low content book reviews
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You already know that publishing print-on-demand (POD) no- and low-content books can be a long process. It entails thinking about your passive income gig as a long-term business adventure. So, let’s  say you’ve created your interiors and covers and done your keyword research. You think that you’re ready to sell. This is incorrect because it’s […]

conquer kdp puzzle books
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First introduced to the world in 1924, puzzle books today are as popular as ever. They are an effective and affordable way to keep your mind active, acquire problem-solving abilities, and even improve your memory. Especially valuable during pandemics or economic uncertainty, they’re a savior for many. And because of their popularity, puzzle books are […]

keyword mistas for low content books
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The power of keywords cannot be underestimated when it comes to Amazon KDP. Тhey are rightly considered prime real estate and the surest, most efficient way to get your books found by the right audience. Anything less than that means not making conversions or sales, and letting your no- or low-content book float into the […]

kdp books for children
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The kids category on Amazon is one of the biggest there is and there’s a good reason for this. The pandemic only amplified an already high demand for children’s no-content and low-content books. And, while it would appear that the worst of COVID-19 is now behind us, books of this sort will continue to be […]

journal or puzzle low content books
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In recent years, Amazon has completely reshaped the way we think about creating and selling books, thanks to Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP) and self-publishing. Today, Kindle Direct Publishing is gaining popularity by the minute, with millions of Sellers hoping to tap into the potential of self-published books. But creating a book is only for experienced […]

seasonal low content book
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Selling books on Amazon is great. But selling no- or low-content books and tapping into the vast potential of Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP) is even better. Sellers can make some serious money and require much less effort. However, before you start planning on what you’ll do with all the money you’ll make from sales, there […]

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You already know that no-content books are those that, as the name implies, have practically no content in them. You won’t find any text, and at most, you’re likely to find some lines or even blank pages. Some examples of no-content books include blank, lined, and prompt journals, notebooks, adult coloring books, doodle books for […]

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To many people, editing is something that happens in a publishing house. You need formal training to edit writing, right? Actually, you don’t. With some insider tips, you can make your writing clearer, more accurate, and more engaging for your readers. While low-content books don’t contain many words, they do need to be well designed […]

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Halloween is just around the corner, and now is a great time to start creating and publishing some spooky books. There’s a variety of book types that do well on Halloween with coloring books being the most popular, and Halloween themed activity books being right after them. Book Bolt subscribers that have a Pro subscription […]