BEST and EASIEST WAY TO MAKE MONEY ONLINE?
Ready. I'm going to tell you the absolute best way to make money online. You might need to sit down... because it probably isn't going to be what you think.
It is NOT selling a product. It is not selling your knitting or homemade weighted blankets. It is NOT selling your time as a coach or accountant.
Are you sitting?
It is writing a non-fiction self help book for Kindle. (Wait! You've read this much so far, just hear me out)
#1) Publishing on Kindle is free. Your royalty (or payment when the book sells) is a percentage of an amount that you set. For instance, if you sell the book for $3.99 and set the royalty to 70% you get paid - $2.79... each time the book sells.
#2) You can publish anything of any length on kindle and get paid (whether 1 page instructions to 500 page manuscript) - one successful "book" I published under a pen name was only a 20 page word document and I get paid every month
#3) Amazon is a reliable company and one of the largest search engines for books
#4) Amazon has built in cover art graphics creator so you don't have to worry about creating the cover for your book, pamphlet, instructions or short story
AND FINALLY THE BIG ONE
#5) You write it once, you publish it once... and when it sells you get paid. You NEVER have to write it again.
This is the essence of a revenue stream. You create the stream and by starting a conversation you introduce it to people who see the value in it and you get paid.
IMAGINE - waking up in the morning to find 7 books sold. then 70... or more!
That's what happened to me. It's a wonderful feeling.
NOT A WRITER? NO PROBLEM.
For most people the idea of writing a book, well it isn't something that they would ever entertain. In my coaching practice I've found that many of my clients enjoy writing in a journal. In fact, many of my clients have found that writing has a healing power almost like magic as they are able to understanding how their focused attention to something when they bring it forward with words, helps to organize their thoughts and point out the areas that they need work.
Many times our thoughts travel a well worn path by default and our autopilot tends to take the path of least resistance not because it is the most satisfying but because it won't rock the boat. What if... there were more?
What if by deciding that you were going to write 1 page a day for the next 30 days... you complete your first 30 page book? And what if you decide to write about the challenges of preparing for a job interview, what if you decide to write about the challenges of finding a job after graduating school, what if you decide to write something that you had just learned ...
There are three ways to write as an expert:
Experience -> If you have lived through or experienced something and you write about that experience you are writing as an expert in the subject because you have the experience
Reference/Research -> If you have are interested in a topic and have done research you can write as an expert because you have learned or taught yourself the information and you can provide quotes and references to your research
Quotes or Cumulative -> If you simply write about people who have written about your topic you are providing their expertise in your book.
I'm in the process of publishing the step by step instructions for publishing your kindle book from scratch... but before you can do that you need to write it.
Check out my tutorial called: Jump Start Your Kindle Book and you'll have 80% done in 30 minutes