I've seen and heard good things from (apparently) successful publishers who all seem to be offering training courses and memberships (which makes me wonder if their focus is membership money not actual publishing once they made a bit of profit to show?!), and I would appreciate any feedback or recommendations:
I'm looking to replace a "job" with a self-built, sustainable business that can grow but also realistically produce a $4,500+ p/m income within 3-6 months. I know "income depends on the work you do" etc, but I don't want to do short-term CPA stuff or ever-changing PPC for affiliate products going from just week to week or month to month.
I guess I'm looking for feedback on (a) is kindle publishing a forward-looking future-proof business model, (b) is it sustainable, scalable and profitable, and (c) what realistic profits can be made - is $4,500 p/m high end, is it easy with quality stuff, is it likely with a few books, do I need to make 20 books for that etc etc.
All advice and feedback is much appreciated!