Posts Tagged ‘Sam England’

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

Kindle Idea Machine by Sam England and Brad Spencer

Tweet The Kindle WSO niche is one of the biggest on the Warrior Forum right now, but there's always room for another product if it improves part of the Kindle puzzle, perhaps by making the Kindle more profitable or more efficient. Kindle Idea Machine by Sam England and Brad Spencer provides an answer to one of the hardest Kindle problems

Apr 21st, 2012
by Thom Lancaster

Kindle Niche Domination by Sam England and Amy Harrop

Tweet Even though there are lots of WSOs out there about the Amazon Kindle and creating Kindle books and Kindle products, there's always room for more, particularly when the information is good. Kindle publishing is growing at a rapid rate and offers publishers the chance to reach many more consumers than would be possible through ebooks. But, one of the

Apr 7th, 2012
by Thom Lancaster

Komplete Kindle Automation by Sam England and Rob Howard

Tweet Creating and selling Kindle books is one of the best business models right now. It's great for experienced and inexperienced marketers alike. But, you'd be nuts if you thought that writing all those books by hands is a good idea. Komplete Kindle Automation by Sam England and Rob Howard shows you instead how to outsource the production of high

Mar 4th, 2012
by Thom Lancaster

Kindle Link Bait by Sam England and Bill Platt

Tweet Kindle WSOs are all the rage right now, so what better option is there than to try and find a new twist on an old problem? Kindle Link Bait by Sam England and Bill Platt offers that twist, approaching Kindle publishing as a disaster waiting to happen, rather than presenting again some old ideas on promotional tactics. The premise

Feb 26th, 2012
by Thom Lancaster