Michal Stawicki asks: Do your audiobooks actually add revenue to your business, or do you just use them to get more subscribers? How much money in Kindle sales do you need to make to make it worth investing in audiobook creation?
Michal is an active Amazon author and a good example of someone who is trying to build a solid business. One of his recent books is “Trickle Down Mindset.”
Rory wants to know why Steve outsources the narration of his audiobooks instead of reading the books himself. He heard that reading the book yourself helps bond your audience to you and helps you build the know, like, and trust factor.
Rory asks a lot of great questions and participates heavily in Pat Flynn’s Kindle group. It’s obvious he cares about his self-publishing business. Continue reading
Barry asks if you should publish on CreateSpace and then Kindle or vice-versa?
CreateSpace is a print-on-demand service. If you upload a digital file, people can order a print version of your book. One good thing about CreateSpace is that it syncs with your Kindle account. When people come across your Kindle book on Amazon, they also have the opportunity to buy a print copy of the book via CreateSpace. Continue reading