CC 013: Ebook Empire: Making A Living Writing Kindle Books With Steve Scott

Hi guys, it's time for the 13th session of the Content Champion Podcast. On the show this time round is Steve Scott, the best selling author on the Amazon Kindle platform who makes a cool $9,000 a month from his ebooks, (and he also makes more from his affiliate marketing blog).

Steve Scott writing Amazon Kindle books

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Steve was very generous with his time, and shared a step-by-step strategy for making a living as a Kindle ebook author, (if you're prepared to work for it :-)).

We spoke at length covering every aspect of researching, drafting, writing and marketing your ebook – and topics include:

  • Why Steve started writing Kindle ebooks
  • Background on the Amazon Kindle platform and how it can benefit authors
  • How to research what type of ebooks will be successful
  • How to structure and format your ebooks
  • Productivity tips to help the writing process
  • What length your finished ebook should be
  • Effectively proofreading your work
  • Writing a great ebook title
  • Getting an attractive cover made
  • Pricing strategies for your ebook
  • How to upload your work to the Kindle platform
  • The two main ways to market your ebooks
  • Using reviews to improve your writing
  • Mistakes to avoid when writing your ebooks
  • Why consistency and persistence are key to your success

Plus! The PS Question! Steve shares his two main advanced techniques for being a successful Kindle author!

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Making money writing Amazon Kindle ebooks


This article has 5 comments

  1. Adam Kamerer

    This was a great discussion. Thanks to both of you for sharing your insights. I particularly liked Steve’s comments about fostering the discipline of writing.

    • Loz James

      Thanks Adam

      I’m glad you liked it and appreciate your support.

      Thanks for your comments on Twitter as well.



  2. Wyatt Christman

    Hey thanks for the follow on Twitter! I always take a peek at new followers and I am glad I did. Great podcast, feeling inspired and have some great tips from the show to use.

    Thanks Loz!


    • Loz James

      Thanks Wyatt

      I’m really glad you liked the podcast – thanks so much for listening.

      Good luck with your Kindle ebook empire 🙂



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