Market Your Low Content Books by Publishing Kindle Books on Amazon

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Have you ever thought about how easy it would be to market your low content books by publishing Kindle books on Amazon?

It’s an extra step you can take that will:

  • Help you target a wide range of niches
  • Help you reach a LOT of potential readers
  • Drive traffic to more of your buy buttons
  • Build and grow a list of people who like your products
  • Build your brand, which helps you better connect with people you can help
  • Serve your audience in more than one way

I should say here that a strategy like this – one that actually works – will take time and effort. But it’s simple and it’s NOT HARD to do

The good thing is that you can see what kind of results are possible when you do this because Di has documented her very own case study as she has put this into practice over the last year.

Not only that, but she has also started a new case study that she will be documenting. This time, it’s in a different niche, for a different kind of market. 

But the strategy itself is the same. 

How Kindle Books Can Make You More Money

You might be wondering how this strategy can make you more money. So here are some reasons to consider doing this to promote your low content books:

  • People are more easily “sold” on free and low-cost books, which lets them get to know you as a publisher
  • People love getting more value, so offering an additional product makes them happy and helps “warm them up” to your other offers
  • Once they are on your list, you can continue building the relationship, offering more value in the form of content and products

It’s those additional products that can bring in more money for you!

What Sort of Kindle Books Should I Publish

The books that will do REALLY well with this strategy are going to be ones on topics that are truly going to help the reader. 

So that’s where your focus needs to be – how can you help?

Next, people like learning how to do things, so how-to and hobby books will do well.

Here are some ideas to get you thinking about what you can create:

  • How to lose weight {with a companion weight loss planner}
  • How to budget/save money/make money {with a companion financial/budget planner}
  • How to keep a tidy home {with a companion home management planner}
  • Fun projects to do at home with school-age kids {with a homeschool planner or homeschool-themed activities}
  • How to start a scrap garden {with a scrap garden planner}
  • How to keep track of – and manage – health issues, medications, pain, etc. {with a companion log book for medications, pain levels, etc.}
  • Simple sewing/crocheting/crafting tips {with a companion themed journal, planner, or log book}
  • How to set and reach goals {with a companion goal-themed planner}
  • Tips for deepening one’s prayer life {with…you guessed it!…a prayer journal or workbook}

There are SO many ways you can implement this strategy!

What Tools and Resources Do You Need to Do This?

You will need an email management tool.

I use MailChimp but I’ve heard good things about MailerLite. Both offer free subscriptions to get started.

What tool you use isn’t as important as that you use it.

You’ll also need a page where people can sign up for your list and get access to your companion book.

Both of the services I mention here offer a way for you to create a landing page with a subscription form. 

Then, you can grab the link for your landing page and add it to your books and anywhere else you’d like to promote your offer.

This strategy really depends on you having an email management tool, so this is a must.

But you can also add in a blog, online shop, social media pages…this can all help you build your brand and an audience that you can connect with.


Related:

✅ Make a Digital Flipbook to Market Your Low Content Books

Types of Companion Books You Can Create

  • Affirmation Journal
  • Baby’s First Year Journal
  • Bible Journal
  • Blog Planner
  • Brother/Sister Journal
  • Bucket List Journal
  • Budget Planner
  • Car Repair Log
  • Companion Workbook on a Theme
  • Content Planner
  • Couple’s Journal
  • Couple’s Workbook
  • Dr. Visit Planner/Tracker
  • Dream Journal
  • Emotional Eating Journal
  • End-of-Day Journal
  • Family Journal
  • Food Journal
  • Friendship Journal
  • Garden Planner
  • Goal Planner
  • Gratitude Journal
  • Habit Journal/Tracker
  • Hand Lettering Practice Journal
  • Health Planner/Tracker
  • Hiking Journal
  • Hobby Progress Planner/Journal
  • Holiday Planner
  • Homeschool Planner
  • Household Planner
  • How-To Journal {how to do stuff}
  • Idea Journal
  • Inspirational Quotes Journal
  • Journal for a Specific Goal/Result
  • Lesson Planner
  • Lessons Learned Journal
  • Letter-Writing Journal
  • Line a Day Journal
  • Listmaking Journal
  • Medical Condition Journal
  • Memory Journal
  • Mood Log
  • Morning Pages Journal
  • Mother/Daughter {Pass it on} Journal
  • Movie Journal
  • Nature Journal
  • Party Planner
  • Password Keeper
  • Pet Care Journal
  • Poetry Journal
  • Prayer Journal
  • Pregnancy Journal/Planner
  • Project Journal
  • Q&A Companion Workbook
  • Recipe Journal
  • Research Journal
  • Scrapbook Journal
  • Sketchbook
  • Spirituality Journal
  • Teacher Planner
  • Travel Journal
  • Vision Board Journal
  • Wealth Planner
  • Workout/Exercise/Fitness Journal

Here’s the link to the free video training for Kindle Spark. You’ll have the option to purchase a PDF that goes into more detail about the strategy and I DO recommend it. 

Let’s talk!

Drop a comment below and let me know if you think you’ll try marketing your books with this strategy. Already tried it? What were your results?

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