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Dear Warrior,



You may already have published some books on the Kindle platform. Or you are eager to get started, but want to make sure you pick a profitable niche.

If you are looking to get into the Kindle book market, or simply looking to publish some more books to increase your revenue, you probably looked at the “hot niches” for Kindle reports to find recommended niches.

And for the most part, you found the same niches, over and over.

After seeing the same tired Kindle niches flogged over and over again, I was motivated to write this report.

There is no reason to tread the same tired waters when there are hundreds of barely tapped Kindle niches out there. These are popular niches where the supply does NOT equal the demand.

And that is where you come in.


Close your eyes and imagine for a moment being able to publish in a niche with little to no Kindle competition. A niche that is in demand and has buyers demanding information.

And what if you were able to do that in a variety of sub-niches..

That's what my new report can help you to do...

"Kindle Secret Niches, Volume 1." Reveals a huge, profitable niche where the supply does NOT equal the demand. And that is where you can come in.



And It's Completely Different Than Any Other
Report You've Ever Seen!
Why?

Because it's based on my own experience of what niches are popular and what type of books sell on Amazon. I have been a book dealer for over 5 years. I specialize in non-fiction.


My number one venue for selling books online is Amazon. I know what types of information and topics sell.

It's much easier to establish yourself and make more sales if you can publish in a hungry niche where people are seeking answers and information. I have also published my own profitable Kindle titles in this niche.


And here's what I've identified...
=> A large niche were the Kindle titles published does not meet the supply.

=> Sub-niches and micro-niches that are unsaturated.

=> None of the same tired niches that many how-to-publish on Kindle products tell you to publish in.

=> A niche where you can publish numerous books in related subjects in order to build your publishing empire.

=> A popular niche where there is constant demand and books sell in this niche all day, every day.


I've put it all together for you in a special WSO called:

"Kindle Secret Niches, Volume 1!"




Here Are 3 Reasons Why
"Kindle Secret Niches, Volume 1"
Will Work For You:

Reason #1

This is a huge niche with low competition, and a wide variety of sub and micro niches you can profit from.


Reason #2
Instead of doing all of the hard work yourself, you can go straight to creating compelling content, with little-to-no competition.

Reason #3
This niche is big enough to break down into many more sub-niches, I've just scratched the surface with this report. It will not get saturated any time soon!


Remember, There's
Nothing Like This Out There...


It's drop dead simple to write and publish in a niche that is crying out for content..

What you get:

=> A 25 page report that reveals a very large niche with high demand and low Kindle Title Competition.

=> Sub-niches and micro-niches of this large niche.

=> Example titles, screenshots and background info to help get you into this market.


Bonuses


=> Hotsheet for tips on ranking your Kindle titles in the Amazon search engine. Want to rank for a chosen keyword? Learn what you can do to increase your chances.

=> Step-by-Step Kindle Publishing Guide-Learn how to format and submit your Kindle titles like the pros, complete with screenshots and formatting guidelines.





And don't worry,
you'll have nothing to worry about. You see, if for any reason you're not happy with your purchase, you have a complete guarantee to protect your investment.



"Kindle Secret Niches, Volume 1." comes with a 100% no-questions asked, 30 day money-back guarantee.

Don't wait. Take a minute and take the first step right now.


"Kindle Secret Niches, Volume 1"
will give you the information you need to publish in a niche with little to no Kindle competition. A niche that is in demand and has buyers demanding information.


Why cheat yourself out of all the increasing profits you're entitled to?
To get on a fast track to accelerated sales and profits, get started today.


Amy Harrop








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Something else to create a kindle book on, other than recipes..good work Amy letting your secrets out.



PS: Yes she was kind enough to send me a review copy

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I didn't get a review copy but I stumbled on to this WSO this morning.

It's an excellent treasure filled with information about a niche that is in the news today. This niche is the future because we are now faced with the pain after taking/using more than our fair share.

I'm already in this niche, but Amy's WSO gives me a lot more scope.

The problem with this niche is its newness to Kindle. There are not many books on Kindle, but if Amy's experience is worth the $7, then publishing in this niche can be a boon.

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What a Great Source for Niches as Well as Niches that Will Last for a Very Long Time!

As well as giving a whole list of untapped sub-niches, she goes into detail explaining the sub-niches and why they sell, giving examples and even a keywords spreadsheet.

All those years competing with other booksellers have really honed her skills at chosing hot selling niches that other people haven't discovered yet.

If I were you, I'd buy it. You'll be glad you did!
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Amy has given me inspiration to delve into this niche. Thank you for the details and the encouragement. This is one of the best WSO on kindle I've ever purchased. Her Kickstart Kindle Marketing is also incredible. Thanks Amy. When will you have volume 2?
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Hey Amy!!

This Kindle WSO shows super untapped niches that you can be the first to tap into - but as Amy describes, these are niches that sell ALL DAY LONG with physical books.

All Kindle Publishers should check out this WSO!

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GerryMedia review (disclosure - based on a review copy):

When Amy showed me this report, my whole idea about Kindle Publishing changed 360 degrees. I've been wanting to publish a book on Kindle, and I've bought a handful of courses on Kindle publishing and but never really got started. Why?

Two reasons:

1) Finding good book ideas is difficult. I am busy most of the day, and what really prevents me from spending time to start a Kindle project is choosing a topic to write about

2) Finding unsaturated profitable topics takes a lot of time. Honestly, I don't know where to start looking on the Kindle marketplace. Just like anybody else here, I need somebody with experience to guide me by the hand to navigate the confusing territory that is Amazon and the Kindle marketplace.

The Kindle Secret Niches addresses these two problems.

First it gives you an idea on what to write about. (Don't worry, even if you are not familiar with those niches, you can always study them or find an expert to interview)

Second, it tells you which niches are doing well on Kindle and those niches are kinda "secret" because most Kindle courses out there just mention the popular (and saturated) ones.

I've always been an advocate of niche marketing, and Amy's report really chases down these niches into micro niches. The kind of markets with FANATICAL buyers, who buy without even thinking twice because they are so attached to the topic and they will buy anything that's related to it.

So the idea generation (where I get stumped) market research (where I get lost in the Kindle Marketplace) have been done for you...

Get it and thank her later. I'm sure you will.
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Amy’s concise report exposes a large untapped niche with a huge audience -- but definitely not enough content. So eBooks on this particular niche is a perfect solution. She breaks down the niche to some particular sub niches clearly. That should keep you busy with many books.. Also the content can easily be written by you or an outsourcer. It will take a long time before this particular niche comes close to saturation.

Right now, I believe so much of Kindle writing is going in the direction a couple of particular niches. I see already, a herd mentality -- all crowded, pushing and squeezing, trying to find some tiny space, for their EBook to stand out--in these particular niches. Your book will be lost . Get yourself away from the crowd and show your independence. Graze in these un-crowded open vast green meadows of opportunities . The last few sentences are a slight clue to this particular niche.

Disclosure: Based on a review copy.

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Hi Amy,

I bought your WSO and went through it. Here is an excerpt of the review that goes out to my subscribers:

Overall rating:
This is an excellent WSO. You are going to learn about a niche on Kindle that is almost untapped. There are thousands of books for sale (and selling like hot cakes) on Amazon in that niche but almost none are available for the Kindle.

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I have bought Amy’s previous WSO and know that her guides are concise and precise. For Kindle Secret Niches Volume 1, I received a preview copy which I would have most gladly purchased anyway.

Amy comes from the book industry so she knows the publishing niche very well. She uses an interesting way to uncover profitable untapped niches which are just hungry for content. This technique is quite unlike the normal research method being taught by other marketers.

What this is:
A 25 page pdf which reveals a large, yet unsaturated niche and its sub-niches
Content:
In a very concise manner, Amy gives the explanation & requirements to succeed in the niche.
The rest of the guide gives up-to-date examples of books in the niche and sub-niches. She highlights the gap in the supply and demand in ebooks for the niche. There are absolute gems in what she reveals.

If you are in the ebook business, this is one golden nugget. I almost wished she has not revealed this to the world.

I can’t wait to see what her future volumes will reveal.
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Any,

So this report has nothing to do with:

"How To Bake An Apple Pie To Die For"?

Oh, I have to ask this. Are these financially stable buyers who can afford to spend more than $17 on their passion? I ask, thinking about opportunities ourside of book royalties once you become know as an author, speaking, consulting, CDs, etc. But this doesn't work in all niches and this is why I ask.

Thanks Amy.

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Thanks for the comments everyone!

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Are these financially stable buyers who can afford to spend more than $17 on their passion?
This is a large niche with buyers at many points of the financial spectrum. Something for almost everyone. I would have to say: to check out the guide for more info.
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I was fortunate enough to get a review copy of Amy's latest product "Kindle Secret Niches Vol1" and I'm glad I did, because it's really a great product and well worth the $7 price tag.

I've bought a lot of Kindle products over the past couple of months. Some have been great... some not so great. And truly, I'm always a bit leery about those promoting a particular niche, for the simple reason that it may be a niche I know nothing about, and really don't want to write a book about. I have no desire to do recipes... or games... or whatever else...

BUT Amy's book was about a niche that I had never actually considered before, and it's a broad enough niche that there's really something for everyone in it, depending on what your actual interests and specialities are (I guess it doesn't matter as much if you're going to have it ghostwritten, but if you do your own writing then it helps if you know something about the topic or you have at least a moderate interest in it).

This is a well researched report, and I guarantee it will get your mind sparking with ideas! This is a niche that is only going to keep growing as we head further into the 21st century too, so there's plenty of opportunity here.
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Thanks Amy this is a really, really useful, well documented WSO. As others have said, you can spend a lot of time flailing around amongst Kindle Categories trying to work out what will sell and what won't and to be fair there have been a few good courses and WSO's that help with that. But Amy comes at it from a different point of view, what category of books is currently selling very well in the Amazon physical books marketplace but the Kindle supply of ebooks in that category does not yet reflect that buyer demand. Excellent, excellent advice and can't wait to buy your second, third and fourth WSO's Amy. Thoroughly recommended.
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First a bit of explanation:

I've got many if not most of the Kindle WSOs, and have published a couple myself.
Unfortunately, many WSOs follow the IM format of over hyping the actual product (which I guess is sort of expected on Warrior Forum, given it is primarily IM folks, but I still fight it every day...)

Also, I rarely provide a review or recommendation on a WSO, becaus far too many of them are just... well... lacking compared to their hype. This one fits into my own perspective of describing the product accurately and honestly without excess hype. Amy delivers what she says she will, and no crappy OTOs to wade through to get to the download either. Click Buy on PayPal, go to the WSO+ page and immediate download. No muss, no fuss, and you get what you bought. I like it.

I was intrigued about what Amy would provide for the 7 bucks. When I bought it, I had hope it would give me something new, and I was more than pleasantly surprised.

She delivered on her promise, and even thought I'm not immediately jumping on the topic she talks about this time, she gave me a tip worth well more than the 7 bucks.

It was from the partial screen shot shown near the top of page 9 of her report. You'll have to buy the report to see it. If you're like me, this tip alone will be worth much more than the cost of this WSO, because I can use it to validate the topics I already have in mind, and winnow out the potentially non-productive ones.

Unfortunately for Amy, I probably won't need to buy what I expect will be the rest of her series, but I'm one of the "do it myself" guys. It still bothers me that most of the other guys are focusing on the "get rich quick by using outsourced articles so you don't need to do any work yourself" that is typical of IM WSOs... Amy's not telling you how to do it, but where you can do it, and that's exactly what she promised.

For the rest of you that want things handed to you on a platter, this (and I'm sure the subsequent volumes of Amy's series) will be worth a lot more than the sales price.

It's refreshing to find someone that has an honest sales page and delivers on what she advertises. Bravo Amy!

Also, thanks for the visual tip on Page 9. I wish I'd found out about it before I did my writing series of Kindle books.

--Rick
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Awesome research. Well worth $7 and I've had my hands on this for less than 5 minutes. Thanks, Amy.
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Downloaded and read the book about an hour ago, so here are a couple of early impressions...

First, when I saw the niche my jaw dropped since I have two sites already up and running in related areas plus I just purchased a book last week in one of the sub-niches for personal research and

Second, it appears well researched and is well written providing great insight as well as more than a few tips.

Amy's book definitely provides more than a little food for thought and is an absolute steal at this price point!

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I had the curiosity about thees Secret Niches, and I get my hands on this WSO. Just finished reading and checking thees untapped niches. They are really with 0 competitions, but there is a problem - 95% of books that are in this niches in Kindle format are selling only 1-5 copies a day (from my experience, estimating sales rank). For me, it seems like no-sellers. Tell me, if am wrong... That's from my experience.
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Good question-These niches do extremely well in physical books and are ripe to extend into the Kindle Marketplace. I have also sold Kindle books in some of the sub-niches I mention and they have sold regularly.

These niches are positioned well for writers and publishers to take advantage of the lack of competition and move into the market before it becomes saturated.

I cannot comment on any sales of individual books you may be looking at. Poor sales of these individual titles could be for a number of reasons. In addition, some of the sub-niches I discuss may currently do better then others on the Kindle. However, all are very popular in physical format.

I believe this niche is only going to increase in Kindle and ebook popularity, as there is an avid market for this very large niche.
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It seems, the Kindle is a hot trend now!

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Amy,

Great Product...loved the way you dig down into the data, it was really very useful...

I recommended this to my list...

Keep up the good work...

Cheers,
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Hi Amy,

Just picked this up and found it very interesting. I particularly like the way you've broken it down into many sub-niches - very useful information.

Looking forward to 'meeting' you on Deborah's webinar on Monday...

Thanks,

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Hi, Amy,

I sent you a PM. Thank you.

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Hi Amy,

Just to say thanks for this WSO, its just what I needed to point me in the right direction regarding my Kindle business. The information supplied is detailed and cleary laid out. The bonus is a nice touch as it helped fill a few gaps in my knowledge.

Thanks once again.

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Hi Amy,

Thanks for providing such a great package of showing people how to tap into this unsaturated niche. Also you have done a lot of research to show people specifically what the micro niches are. I would have never thought of this one but you have the expertise of what kind of physical books sell - and that's what makes your WSO so fantastic and rich!

Wow, in no time, we might be able to turn these niches into one of Amazon best sellers!

Thanks for your great ideas,
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Hi Amy,

Just went through your latest offering. Great info about a large niche I would never have thought about looking into. I also appreciate the way you broke things down into smaller sub-niches. You gave me lots of great ideas. I will be printing this one out for reference.

There were lots of aha moments going thru this as I actually grew up immersed in many aspects of this niche. Its time to start seeing what I still remember and doing some research to fill in the gaps. I see a lot of potential in this niche.

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As a non-fiction writer, being given a review copy of Kindle Secret Niches (Vol 1) was like been given a pile of gold ore. With a little refining work a lot of valuable nuggets can be made.
“What I've done in this report is take my knowledge of hungry niches, and have revealed a massive niche, with many sub and micro niches, where the Kindle titles available do not meet the demand.”
Ms Harrop’s first volume (in a hopefully long series) is a dream come true for writers struggling with ideas of what to write about. It does away with all those days of research and procrastination and worrying that you may be wasting your time.

If you are anything like me, you do research, decide on a topic and hope that you make some money. It is really time consuming and often find myself getting in a rut with my ideas, going over the same ones over and over again. I still end up wondering if I have got the ‘right’ niche and if it will sell.

This excerpt says it all:
“…there is no reason to tread the same tired waters when there are thousands of barely tapped Kindle niches out there. These are popular niches where the supply does NOT equal the demand. These subjects need Kindle content that you can provide.”
All the work is done for you in this professional report. For a very small cost, you will end up with a popular niche and many sub-niche ideas to write about. All of which have demand but not many kindle books yet available.

So if you a struggling about what to write about, don’t hesitate in buying this report. I highly recommend it.
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OK... I bit as I have to find out this secret niche :-)

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Just bought and this looks great -- how do I get your previous products?

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Comprehensive WSO Amy! You have well & truly OVER delivered with abundance with useful actionable info - Geez, I hope nobody buys this (just kidding, lol!!!).

Many thanks!
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I did not receive a review copy, I purchased and here is my opinion:
Really nice idea's for a niche, with lots of research and detail on each sub-niche.... really solid bonuses (ones that actually are useful and not just added for the sake of having a bonus).

The effort and time that has been put into the research is evident when you buy the product. Thanks Amy. Saved me a lot of time here.
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Edit: Just looked at the date. Bit pissed now; a few guys I am on a list for were promoting the hell out of this for the last 2 days and it is 2 years old!
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The information about these niches in this report is still relevant and actionable.
Also, if you have any issues accessing your download, please pm me.
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