Another offer dropped into my email from someone claiming to make tens of thousands a month just from Kindle books. He does it by hiring a whole buttload of outside writers cheap on Fiverr, then flooding the zone with huge numbers of books. He thinks romance and cookbooks are the bestsellers. Problem is, many of them may not be in your niche. While they make money, they’re worthless for promoting on your business blog and other pages.
That got me thinking. Is it possible to generate a full-time income just with Kindle books? Even just two or three thousand a month would be good. I just don’ know if they’d be that profitable, although I’d like to think so.
Any ideas or recommendations?
I have done some research on email marketing, list building and affiliate marketing for a while now. I would really like to get started with my plans and learn the rest as I go. What I would like to do, is create a couple of different squeeze pages to build a few lists. I was wondering what tools I should purchase, in order to get started. I need something to make a squeeze page and I'll need an auto-responder.
I've gotten started on Bing Ads recently and I done a decent amount of testing. I've mananged to get my CPC in two campaigns from 0.70 to ~0.40 but I want to go much lower (obviously). My CTR is between 4-7%.
Any tips or strategies to get my avg CPC lower? I keep seeing all these people online talk about how easy it is to get sub-10 cent CPC but I don't know how to achieve that with keywords actually worth a darn
I have been looking to get in to internet marketing for some time now and have tried many different courses etc. but none of them seem to do the trick for me, I really don't know what i'm doing wrong. I am a web developer so am proficient with online workings and website workings (though not great with SEO) but something seems to be missing that prevents me building a targeted list and earning money.
My question is, can any of you guys personally recommend a course or even a coach that has worked for you previously (or indeed still) that you are comfortable enough to strongly recommend.