Amazon Kindle

The Amazon Kindle is a series of e-book readers designed and marketed by Amazon.com. Amazon Kindle devices enable users to shop for, download, browse, and read e-books, newspapers, magazines, blogs, and other digital media via wireless networking. The hardware platform, developed by Amazon.com subsidiary Lab126, began as a single device and now comprises a range of devices, including dedicated e-readers with E Ink electronic paper displays, and Android-based tablets with color LCD screens.
Posts about Amazon Kindle
  • Podcast 58: Kindle and Authority Site Success; Earnings and Lessons Learned So Far

    … Yes! I Love to Learn Want to learn step-by-step how I built my Niche Site Empire up to a full-time income? Play EpisodeDownload MP3 The Niche Pursuits podcast is back with another original episode! In today’s show Perrin and I sat down together to discuss the progress made so far on our Kindle books and authority site. Specifically we…

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  • And my word for 2015 is …

    … remains to be seen, but at this point I’m thinking self-publishing via Amazon Kindle a series of smaller more focused books versus the production of one major physical release. I’m also working on an online personal branding course. This is going to take some effort, but I’m really pumped to ‘ship it’, as Seth Godin would say. Thus, it makes my ‘art…

    Trevor Young- 9 readers -
  • Is the Art of Writing Dying?

    … I remember my school teacher telling me that I had a talent for writing and was able to craft a good story. But I ignored her gentle advice to follow it further. I either was too young and foolish or I didn’t believe her. Maybe both. For a long time that promise and purpose lay dormant. It was time of inkwells, quill pens and cursive writing…

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  • Blogger Interviews: Amazon Author, Udemy Instructor and Web Designer Rob Cubbon

    … Rob Cubbon is a London-based blogger that I connected with several years ago through blogging communities and social media networks. It’s been a pleasure to watch Rob build his reputation and authority online through his blog, his freelance work and his professional web design expertise. To date Rob has published several Kindle books on Amazon…

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  • 12 Thoughts on Kindle Unlimited

    … with KDP Select is because they see a strong financial benefit behind this decision. So I’m willing to bet that Amazon doesn’t mind losing money in the short-term to keep authors happy. Sure, this won’t help the bottom line of KU, but it might help Amazon maintain their dominance of the eBook market. Thought #4. KU Helps Catalog Businesses My…

    Steve Scott/ Steve Scott's Kindle Publishing Blog- 12 readers -
  • Kindle Relationship Building: What’s Your Origin Story?

    … in your autoresponder sequence. I guarantee it'll make a positive impression that strengthens the relationship you have with subscribers. Questions? Comments? Respond below with your thoughts. Take Action. Get Results. P.S. Struggling with your Kindle books? Don't know how to get started on Amazon? Looking to generate an additional stream of income? If so, click here to grab my free report "44 Answers to YOUR Kindle Publishing Questions"…

    Steve Scott/ Steve Scott's Kindle Publishing Blogin EMail- 15 readers -
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