Amazon Kindle books dominate almost 20% of the total book marketplace in the United States. Yes, you did read that correctly. This means that 20% of all book sales in the USA are Amazon Kindle books.
Kind of makes you understand just how vast (and potentially profitable) this marketplace can be.
Except that not just any Average Joe will make a fortune with Kindle books. In fact, most people that attempt to publish a Kindle book will fail and never make any money at all. Most won't well a single book.
There are reasons for this, of course. There are the obvious reasons such as a sucky topic with a sucky title and a sucky cover.
And then there are the not-so-obvious reasons. These are the reasons you need to know if you want to enjoy a possible $20,000 per month Aggressive (and I guess sort of "Passive" too) Income while seeing the monthly stats that you're selling thousands of books a day. That's right. A day!
There are some rules to make this happen.
Like I mentioned, most people with a semi-working brain can figure out the obvious reasons. But...what about the not-so-obvious reasons?
Many of my students were shocked when I revealed what I've been doing on Amazon Kindle. I started writing these "shocking" little stories a couple of years ago but didn't have the nerve to start posting them on Amazon until last year.
And things just took off quite unexpectedly. (If you haven't listened to my audio seminar on what types of Kindle books I've been selling like hot cakes under pen names, click on this link to find out: http://www.monicamain.com/kindle_cash_flow
Yes, you can make quite a bit of money doing this but, I'll warn you: this business of Amazon Kindle publishing (1) isn't a get-rich-quick scheme, and (2) isn't for everybody.
I now have my Kindle Cash Flow System that will start shipping next week. I've slashed the price on it for my premier discount price. You'll find that it's probably one of the cheapest courses I've ever offered because I want to get as much information out there to my students before I exit stage left...by the end of the summer.
So, the deal ends by the end of the week.
See you at the top!