Planner Publishing Profits Review With Bonus

Easily Create, Publish, and Market High-Quality Planner Products For Big Profits-

Learn how with Amy’s newest program “Planner Publishing Profits

Here’s the deal.

You DO NOT need to be a writer to publish books on Amazon and earn profits!

Take a look at these books…

Planner Publishing Profits Review and bonus

They have hundreds of reviews and are selling dozens of copies each day…

 

And the best part is…they have no written content!

 

Welcome to the world of publishing personal planners!

amy harrop's planner profits

 

No content – no writing

 

Easy to create, duplicate and profit.

 

Amy has a long record of creating products to help publishers

And she’s the best resource for keeping on top of the new trends in publishing books…

Now there are different ways to publish these books through Amazon – like via print on demand dropshippers like they talk about inside this training…

And as a special bonus – I’m throwing in my complete createspace publishing guide – a full training on how to publish books through Amazon’s free createspace tool…

 

Here’s what you get:

Amy’s 110 page full training guide…

The training videos which take you through everything from niche research all the way through creating the books…

Quick start guide to get you rolling fast…

 

And…if you buy throught the link below, you also get my Createspace Publishing Guide Free ($97 value!)

 

But get in now before Amy raises the price…

Check out my review on Youtube:

The costs and benefits of publishing your own books – BBC News

 

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The costs and benefits of publishing your own books
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From Both Sides – sold 250,000 copies in a year and pushed him on to become one of the bestselling self-published authors in the UK.

Source: www.bbc.co.uk

There’s an interesting table of statistics in this article that you should check out. It’s called ‘Earnings of a Writer’.

And this quote I pulled which – importantly shows how most authors see about a 40% return on investment.

From my experience that is about right. Although that 40% ROI is more accurate when you have several books published. On any given book you may lose money…

“A recent survey of writers found that 25% of them had self-published a work, and 86% of them said they would self-publish again.

They suggested a typical return on their investment of 40%, the research for the Authors’ Licensing and Collecting Society found.”

New Concept In Funding Book Projects

Have you seen this? 

I’ve seen others using crowdfunding to raise money for book projects…but this is a REALLY interesting idea.

“If a book fails to reach the amount necessary to pay for production, it’s a sign that the book may not be a commercial success. “Our crowdfunding model is a way to get the market to decide,” said Parilla. The authors who can’t raise the production fees via crowdsourcing can then choose to pay for the production on their own—knowing that the book may be tough to sell—try again, or pull the book from production.”

Crowdfunding for Books: Pentian’s Self-Publishing Model Expands to US – Digital Book World

Crowdfunding for Books: Pentian’s Self-Publishing Model Expands to USDigital Book Worldpentian_0 In the Spanish-speaking world, one digital publishing company has disrupted the traditional publishing process by creating an online platform that combin …

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