Posts Tagged ‘amazon kindle’

Kindle Lynx by Megan Duffy

Tweet Here's another set of powerful techniques to help all Kindle marketers. Kindle Lynx by Megan Duffy shares a number of useful tips designed to stop you having to fight for 99c Kindle sales and instead benefit from full sales funnels.   Kindle Lynx shows you how to get buyers opted onto an email mailing lists. This means that you

Jul 1st, 2012
by Thom Lancaster

Blazing Hot Niche Krusher by Joshua Bold

Tweet Here's a good value, low cost training product showing you how to find the best niches to write about for Kindle books. Blazing Hot Niche Krusher by Joshua Bold gives you three modules of video content taking you through how to write Kindle books that have a market. Picking the correct niches (those with buyers and low competition levels)

Jun 24th, 2012
by Thom Lancaster

Kindleology Report 2 by Chris Lockwood

Tweet Kindle books are quick and easy to write, and you don't have to mess around creating a web page or setting up a sales funnel. Amazon does all that. That's the angle taken with the Kindleology Report 2 by Chris Lockwood Kindle training product. This 42 page PDF report covers how to create Kindle books in a step-by-step format.

Jun 16th, 2012
by Thom Lancaster

Advanced Kindle Laser Beam Course by Colin Phillips

Tweet Looking to ignite your Kindle sales? Advanced Kindle Laser Beam Course by Colin Phillips gives you fresh insights into the Kindle marketplace for book creators, packed inside a PDF report. One of the best parts about this advanced course is Colin's insights about how to rank your books higher in the Amazon search engine results. That means that more

Jun 16th, 2012
by Thom Lancaster

Kindle Weekend Live by Sam England and Lina Trivedi

Tweet Here's the deal with Kindle books… It's an excellent time to be creating them. People are buying a lot of Kindle books right now (actually, I think nothing's done more to make people interested in reading again than the Amazon Kindle). But, are you one of those people who knows the theory, but still can't get going with the

Jun 9th, 2012
by Thom Lancaster