How ANY Book Can Become an Amazon Bestseller
As you probably know, I've helped two authors make their books official amazon best-sellers, I made my own book, "Spiritual Marketing," a #1 amazon best-seller on June 4th and 5th, and I helped one woman sell $30,000 worth of her books in only 48 hours.
None of this was by accident. I used a strategy that obviously works. And it works so well that I believe any author can use it to make any book at least hit the Top 100 best-seller list at amazon.
What is that strategy?
I've just completed a new ebook that explains the entire formula. This ebook is based on an in-depth interview of me. It includes my sometimes shocking observations about book marketing today. (Forget book signings, radio shows, and advertising, except under one condition.)
In it I state any book can hit the amazon Top 10 with this strategy, but I'll be conservative here and state that getting in the Top 100 is very doable.
What does having your book become an amazon best-seller mean?
Ask Mike Litman, who hit #1.
Or Terri Levine, who hit #3.
Besides the thrill of seeing your book become a top best-seller, it's also an attention getter. Agents and publishers suddenly get interested in your book. People who never heard of it before suddenly want it. And of course, you can sell hundreds to thousands of copies of your book---in just one day. (Just how much profit would that be for you, anyway?)
And get this --
You don't have to make your book an amazon best-seller if you don't want to.
Peggy McColl used the strategy in my ebook to just sell more of her books at her site. Instead of sending people to amazon to buy her book, she sent them to her website.
She sold $30,000 worth of product --- in two days.