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by Vernon » 2016-01-24 8:37

I am in the process of writing a book for the Kindle niche which is hot enough.

I also have knowledge in the niche says, and I basically made a great compilation of everything you need to get started in this niche - and a large amount of additional information on top of that.

Now, I've got some people suggested that I divide the book into smaller segments, and sell it as 2-3 book, because it is certainly quite a big book.

What should i do?
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by Toby » 2016-01-24 21:12

If it is a niche hot enough then I'll see how many books already in the Amazon Kindle and how they sell. Splitting will not really a good idea when this book is about how to get started in that niche.
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by Klein » 2016-01-25 10:34

How many pages are we talking about? If more than 100-120, then you might want to split it into two parts.
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by Carlton » 2016-01-25 22:26

Okay, do not criticize your writing style, but WHAT IF people do not like the part 1 and then you lose all the money because people do not buy the parts 2 and 3?
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by Jeffery » 2016-01-26 13:05

I personally would never sell in the Kindle. Think of it like this, if you book prices at say $ 9, all of the odd because they thought it was so expensive. Average book lit sells for about $ 4. I personally would create a squeeze page / sales. You can sell your ebook for $ 20 and people will still buy it.
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by Russell » 2016-01-27 17:49

You May sell individually or offer savings for a bundle of three.

Or you can give the first go and then provide options for people to buy a second book individually or as a package for a discount.

I think you have to examine whether it is better to give the first book for free or charge for it. Kindle - like most things - has changed with time.

Perhaps you also have to think about what you will do in the future. You can price your book to get them into many hands as possible and build up a large following as possible so that in the future you have a larger audience for the immediate release of your new purchase and send the higher the chart.
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