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How To Keyword Your 7 Boxes – Amazon KDP Kindle Direct Publishing

Hey, what’s going on everybody? My name is Jacob Bates, and, in this video, we are going to go over my current keyword strategy for kindle direct publishing. I will of walk you through how keywords work, the purpose of keywords and how I set up my seven keyword boxes to make sure I’m hitting every single part of my listing. 

First, there are a few different places in your listing where keywords rank. The areas that can rank on Amazon are your book title, your subtitle, your author name, or any of your keywords in the seven boxes. If an Amazon customer searched and of the words from those sections, your book should populate for them to see. So, if your book title was Cute Dog Watching Notebook, and a customer searched for that title on Amazon, your book should be visible. That is, if Amazon’s algorithm’s works correctly and is indexing books and products properly. 99% of the time Amazon’s indexing works, but there are some instances where Amazon’s processes and indexing glitch and you’ll see that your book isn’t indexing or visible for some of your keywords.

So, if an Amazon customer searched for any keywords you have listed in your book title, subtitles, your author name, they can and will see your book. Then there are the seven keyword boxes here.

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Each of the seven keyword boxes can have up to 50 characters. That is not 50 words. That is up to 50 letters and spaces. So, if you fill up all seven boxes, you will have 350 characters. I recommend using all 350 characters, or as many as is possible, if the characters and words are relevant to your Amazon KDP book. You do not want to start throw in or use keywords that are not relevant to your book just to fill up the space. As an example, lets go back to the title dog watching notebook. If you throw in words like baseball, construction worker, or any other not related words, it will mess with your listing and Amazon’s algorithm. That is because Amazon will rank your book where it thinks it fits and where it thinks is relevant. That means that people searching for a dog watching notebook will never see it because they list it in the baseball or construction worker results. And since people looking for books related to baseball or construction worker and not dog walking, your book will never sell. So you want to make all your keywords relevant to your product and book. Don’t start throwing in random words, if it has no relevancy to your book. Random words won’t help you get more or new customers to buy your book. 

Next is what keywords to target or use in the seven different boxes here. I will label them as boxes one through seven, so you can understand which ones I’m referring to. Now there are three fundamental things I like to focus on when I am listing a book. Who is this product for, What is my product, and Niche related terms. They do not have to be in any certain order, if you cover these three key points, areas, and keywords when creating your listing and filling in the boxes.

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Box 1: Who is your product for? Who is going to be using your product? A dog walking logbook example: dog owner’s, dog sitter’s, dog lovers, and those types of people. That is what should go in box 1. 

Box 2: What is your product? What is the product you are selling? What is the book and the interior? 2021 planner example: agenda book, calendar, appointment organizer, or a to-do list.

Box 3 through 6: Niche related terms. These terms are going to be long tail keywords. 

What are long tail terms? There are two different types of keywords. 

A. Singular or one-word keywords. Example: planner, agenda, book, calendar, appointment, and organizer. All those words are singulars. Next is long tail keywords. You will use these single words for 

B. Long tail keywords. A long tail keyword is an exact phrase, exact matches, or a chain of words that make sense. Long tail keywords look like a phrase rather than just a single word, so they match well in Amazon searches and for reading. Example: 2021 planner and organizer for women, 2021 planner with a to-do list. 

Also, you do not have to repeat a word. If you have 2021 planner and organizer for women in a box, you don’t need to put women in another box. Amazon’s algorithm is smart enough to add words together from anywhere within your singular keywords and recognize them and rank them as long tail keywords. So just keep that in mind you do not need to repeat keywords. I try to keep my long tail keywords together. 

Box 7: This box is like a bonus box, gem box, or overflow box to use if maybe you need more long tail keywords. If you don’t have words you wanted to use in the previous six boxes to put in box seven as overflow, I like to use words like birthday, Christmas, gift, cute, and funny or any of those types of descriptive keywords. Because you must remember, Amazon can mix and match keywords and terms. An example is if you have “2021 planner organizer for women” in box 2. If someone searches “cute 2021 planner organizer for women”, you will rank or customers will find your product because you have cute in box seven. 

Types of Keywords to Add
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In summary. 1. always make your keywords relevant to your book and product. 2. Don’t repeat a word. 3. Use the last keyword box as little gem box or bonus box for descriptive words. Also keep that in mind when you’re going through using your spots, boxes, and your 350-character limit, you also don’t need to repeat anything in your title or subtitle.  

The order that I put these boxes in changes as time goes on. I’m always tweaking it and testing new things. You might need to adjust them. An example of change is you might need over 50 characters for the “What is your product?” box. Change the boxes and their placement around when you need or want to.  I try to drill this system into people’s heads just so you can make sure you’re hitting all the best parts and keywords in order to have your book found. 

This process changes as time goes on. I am always trying to test new things and seeing if I can find anything that works better than this process. And as I do, I tweak what I’m doing and begin uploading using the new tweak. And if it seems like I’m having more success, then I will keep using the alternative way while testing even more different ways to change and improve. There are some niches I am in where six of the boxes are all long tail keywords. So, don’t think “Jacob and The Page Planet said box 1 needs to be single words and box 3 needs to be long tail keywords. , that is the only way I should list my book”. Because it isn’t. This is an excellent system to get your mind in to make sure you’re hitting all those different areas and the right type of keywords so that customers can find your book. If you understand the process, system, keywords, and this method, then you will see sales and success.

Now there are’s a few different tools out there we will not go over them here, but I will go over them in the future. Barton Jeffs and I use Helium 10 and Book Bolt for keywords. There are a few other tools that are out there as well. If you would like to see how I use tools to find my keywords, and other ideas, please subscribed to this blog, our web page at thepageplanet.com, and https://www.youtube.com/c/ThePagePlanet. Please leave a comment let us know what videos you would like to see. I will see you very soon.

Combining Niches For New KDP Low Content Books


Hey, what’s going on everybody. My name is Jacob bates, and in this video, we are going to be talking about combining niches. So, I don’t think enough people think about the ways they can go about combining niches, and changing things around, and creating new types of books.

I think everyone’s stuck in this loophole. Okay, this person is doing well with this type of book, so I’m going to go create that type of book. They don’t create enough of their own opportunities. They don’t create enough of their own niches. They don’t take any data. They don’t take any you know statistic or search volume, or BSR history into account when they start combining niches, or when they’re just doing research.

In general, I think everybody’s stuck in this loophole. I must do what other people are doing. So, I can make money and they’re kind of thinking about this in the wrong direction. Okay, your kind of thinking about this and you know the wrong way.

Sure, can you look at other niches, and you know see where there’s an opportunity, see where there’s very low competition. Compared to you know a BSR that shows or indicates a lot of sales. Yes, but I don’t think people create enough of their own opportunities. I don’t think people are being unique enough. I just don’t see it. Everyone says I want to create what others are creating because they’re doing well. Sure, you can do that, but create your own opportunity.

So, I’m over here on amazon and I want to kind of show you what I mean by this. Okay, I went over this example and a webinar the other day live. But I wanted to kind of touch on just this factor by itself in a video for you. So, stick around make sure you hit the thumbs up button, make sure you hit subscribe. If you have not already head over to placeplanet.com and read through our blogs grab a membership. They’re only a dollar right now, you get interior years every single month that you can customize, and we do webinars and the last one was about how to customize those to create your own opportunities, and now I’m bringing it to you right here.

I want to talk about this a little bit in more depth because I think this is a topic that everyone struggles with that. You know that I feel everyone should know. So, what we’re going to do here is? We’re going to talk about coloring books for a moment. Okay, so if we just look at coloring books. Here you can see there are a lot of results, amazon showing 40,000 results for coloring books for kids.

Now, I think that might be just a little bit low. Okay, I think that’s going to be a little low, but nonetheless 40,000 coloring books. If you’re trying to rank for coloring books for kids, that’s going to be a keyword. That you’re going to have to spend a lot of money to get right herewith. You can see this book was published on December 31st, 2020. So, seven days ago now and it’s no rank found, so this is a sponsored product.

Okay, we’ll be touching on sponsored products ads here and a video very soon, but they have no rank. This book is not sold, and I guarantee you that they are paying a hefty price per click to be right here on such a large keyword. I mean you are competing with over 40,000 people and as I said, I think that might be a little bit low.

So, if you went ahead and niched this down. Okay, you go ahead and itch this down. Don’t look at unicorns. Don’t look at dinosaurs. Everyone is doing those same things with a mermaid, that’s what everyone is doing. If we look at for example unicorn or dinosaur coloring book for kids. They’re still going to be an insane amount of people you’re competing with.

So, if we just go ahead and scroll down. Here let’s go to page three, to see if we can get amazon? To go ahead and load up all those results. So, page three and let’s see. Okay, over 50,000 results here for just unicorn coloring books for kids.

Okay, and if we scroll down through here unicorn. So, as we scroll down through here, yes most of these are actual books, that you are competing against. If I had to take a rough guess, here probably at least 40,000/30,000 books are relevant to unicorn coloring books for kids.

Same thing for dinosaurs. Okay, if we look at the dinosaur book, here over 3,000 results. If we go ahead and scroll way on down here, go to page three, and try to see. If amazon will give us the full list of results, or the total number of results, that number, then jumps to 20,000.

And as we scroll down through here coloring book, so you can see that. Okay, yes most of these are also probably going to be in direct competition, probably half of them. Here um, you know something like these isn’t. You aren’t competing against per se, but you are going to have to rank against them. They’re running sponsored products. So, you’re not ranking directly against them. You’re competing against their ad. But then you have things like this here this is not a sponsored product.

So, while you’re not directly competing against them. To make a sale you are competing against them in the search results because they are ranking for this. So, you could say, you know 10,000/15,000 of these results are people you’re truly going to be competing against. But if we take this down to something smaller. Okay, sloths have been extremely popular for quite some time. Now, um and we look at 581 results. 581 results for sloth coloring books for kids.

But like everything else, I want to go to the third page here, and make sure that you know is that number true? That number will probably go up. if I had to guess maybe two thousand or three thousand in total. Okay, over four thousand results in total, that is many books to compete against.

But as we start scrolling down through here. How many of these are sloths? Okay, helicopter coloring book not relevant, unicorn coloring book not relevant, Christmas spirit book not relevant.

We can come on down through here. Okay, so here’s one it’s not selling well, but it has sold. So, something like this, it’s like. Okay, these books are already on page three not relevant for what we are looking for. Okay, not relevant for what we’re looking for. So, sure maybe a thousand of these books we’re competing in, maybe a little bit more, maybe a little bit less. It’s hard to say without going through more and more pages, to try to get a better indicator. But what if we take sloths that we know are insanely popular.

Okay, if we go back to page one here. If we go back to page one here, and we look there are going to be books that have sold well or are selling well. So, you can see it. Uh, right here sloth coloring book. Funny sloth coloring book for kids 219,000 and that’s a BSR as of now.

If we look at the BSR over the last 30 days amid q4. We can see from November until about Christmas time. You can see this BSR hit as low as 64,000 it’s appearing.

So, this book has been selling well and obviously. As you know we move away from the holiday season from Christmas Hanukkah any other holidays you may celebrate. You can see that BSR does start to climb. But it’s still staying relatively over the last few days a hundred thousand. You can see it jump to three hundred thousand, hundred and seventy-nine thousand, uh 567. So, this book is selling, it sold well um at Christmas holidays as well.

If we look at this one, its BSR is currently a little bit higher, and you can see in December it hit as low as 105,000.

So, again this isn’t going to be you know a book that’s making you hundreds or thousands of dollars a month. But it can turn into a successful book, that’s working you know week after week, month after month, you know you could count on it. But you’re still competing against a thousand people, 2,000 people whatever it might be. We saw that they said there is a total of you know it showed over 4,000 results. So, with, sure 4,000 people. If you took it at face value, that is a lot. We know that’s not true because there are books down through here that are not sloths.

Okay, the fascinating animal book for kids 500 over 504 kids, 500 wild facts. Okay, that book is not relevant to what we’re selling. Is it selling well? Yes. Are we going to be competing against it? Yes. But if someone is looking for a sloth coloring book, they are not going to probably end up buying this book here per se.

Okay, how do we take this and combine it into something new? Well, there are all types, all kinds of types of books that you can make. It doesn’t have to stay with coloring books. Think of other activity book types. Another activity book type that we know that does well, dot to dot books. So, let’s change out coloring books for dot to dot books for kids. Okay, so we can see 638, and if we take this and we go to page three, we’ll see what comes back here, if my computer would load properly. Here we go, so we can see staying true 635 results.

So, you just watch this go from over 50,000 results from the start. We niched it down to unicorn, just to kind of show you what’s happening. Their unicorn had over 40,000 results. Down to dinosaur which said 20,000 results. Down to sloth which is still as popular, still is popular, not as popular as dinosaurs or unicorns obviously. But when you look at the results, there are less than 4,000 results. We saw some that are selling consistently. Let’s combine that with another type of book. So, when we combine it with another type of book, it is yes true 638 results.

How many of these are sloth dot to dot books. So, if we scroll down through here, well I haven’t seen one yet. Sure, there’s some with sloths on the covers dot to dot books for kids. But oh, here’s one sloth dot to dot book. If we look at this cover, okay, and if this is your book, I am sorry, but I’m going to critique it.

If we look at this cover here versus this color cover here, they look nothing like what has proven to sell. Okay, nothing like it, you do not need to go out and copy this book. You do not need to go out and try to mimic this book. But you can learn from it. Okay, you can learn from this book here because it has .

Okay, I’m going to get me a nice big sloth here with um you know a big font. I’m going to use um you know colors. I’m going to put color pencils. I’m to put and dot to dot on here. I’m going to put a banner across the top that is yellow, and you know put a badge on here that says for kids no, but you can tell this cover is a lot more vibrant.

Okay, this is a very 2d cover, no make a 3d cover. Make a cover that has you know the depth to it. Make a cover that stands out that has you know bright colors. But don’t go and copy this, these are two totally different styles. This is more of a pattern style a very 2d, you know just a very plain cover compared to this one.

This one here again it might be plain, it might be 2d, but there are at least some eye-popping colors, and they also go ahead and give you some samples of what to expect. Inside one’s colored one is not it gives the customer a good idea of what to expect inside.

Remember mobile apps do not get the look inside feature. So, something like this on a book that really matters coloring books, activity books, certain planners, and organizers. It’s not a bad idea to put samples of the pages on the cover or back cover. Depending on how you’re designing it and the elements you’re using within your designs. If they flow properly use them because customers want to know what they are getting. They can’t see the look inside on the app, which has you know hundreds of thousands, millions of customers that use it every single month. So, take that into consideration when you’re making your book.

So, just like that, we went from over 50,000 results down to a niche that has 638 results in this niche, and you can scroll down through here, and see you have no one you’re truly competing against. You could even add in some other things. Make an activity book do more than just dot to dots. You could include mazes, you can include word searches, you could include I spy, you could include things like how many are there or spot the differences.

Okay, things that stimulate the mind. Things that can turn it into an activity book rather than just a dot to dot book. This was just an example for you. So, this is how you can combine niches. If you find something that’s working in one type of book look at the other type of books. You can make it within that niche this is something more of you need to focus on. Be unique and be someone who newly creates something new for the market and test it.

Okay, if you know sloths are popular, if you know an animal is popular, if you know careers are popular if you know even a certain type of interior is popular, go ahead and see how you can make that fit for different types of people. How you can make that fit for the different categories, for different niches, for different demographics. You’re going to be able to twist and pull these things in different directions when you start thinking like this.

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5 Simple (But Important) Things To Remember About Amazon KDP No/Low Content Books

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Whether you are just starting out, or have been selling on Kindle Direct Publishing for a while now, it is always important to remember 5 SIMPLE things.

Every Seller has their own problems within business (myself included). Some day’s you simple don’t know what to create, while other days you have 1,000 ideas buzzing through your head.

I want to reintroduce seven very simple things that will help improve your sales & mindset about Kindle Direct Publishing. The seventh one is just a little bonus and we will see how many people actually take action.

  1. This is Amazon’s Sandbox.
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Have you ever scrolled through Amazon and witnessed a Fortnite or Los Angeles Lakers notebook selling? Or have you ever received an email from Kindle stating a book was misleading to the customer and you just can’t figure out how? Well remember this is Amazon’s sandbox, just because somebody else does something doesn’t mean it is the right thing. We have witnessed brands get taken down LIVE on a webinar for infringing and now that account no longer exists. At the end of the day, you have to live with what you publish on Amazon or any other Print On Demand Website. How would you like it if someone stole your brand and art work from you? I couldn’t imagine that you would be very happy at all, so don’t do it to other brands, companies, teams, movies, etc… We have to follow what KDP says, even if it is seems to frustrate you at times. If you ever have an issue, give Amazon a call, and ask what is going on.

2. Stop Trying To Be Like Everyone Else

It is time to start becoming unique with your books, do something that gives the customer to buy YOUR book. If you make covers that look nearly identical to every other book, and have an interior that you basically copied, how do you expect to make sales? When creating a book, think about the problem you can solve. How will a book make either 1. Someone’s life easier and more efficient, or 2. How will you entertain them with your book? These are both very important questions to ask yourself when creating a new book in a new niche. Learn to be unique & stand out from the crowd. Offer something within your interior that is not only important but that nobody else is offering. Learn from reviews on other products. In most niches you can find a book that has a few dozen reviews. Spend 15 minutes reading through those reviews to find customer requests & wishes. I can’t tell you how many times I have found amazing feedback in reviews for what a customer was really hoping for after purchasing or using the book.

3. Quality VS Quantity

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When first starting KDP, I took a bunch of Merch designs, through them up on lined notebooks and waited, and waited, and waited thinking one would just absolutely blow up. Well to this day I am still waiting, while some did sell fairly quickly, and others still sell periodically, none of them are BIG money makers. What about composition notebooks? The same thing happened, I uploaded a bunch and started waiting… While they do well during the back to school season and I can always rack in a good bit of sales over that period they fall flat on their face for the most part after back to school season winds down. Our of my entire library of designs, the books that sell the best and most consistently? Unique books that solve a problem. I have a wide range of unique planners for different niches as well as log books and trackers. The other thing catching fire is a few different educational books (we will talk about this later, don’t worry).

So after spending time creating basic covers, basic interiors, and throwing them up on Kindle Direct Publishing, I quickly learned about a month in that is NOT the way to do it. This is probably the biggest tip I would have been told at the very beginning of my KDP journey, because there wasn’t very many resources at that time. Please note, if you are just starting out, don’t be afraid to upload simple lined notebooks and journals to learn and understand the process. Without the headaches I went through, I don’t think I would be nearly as far along as I am currently.

4. Keywords Are Key

Whether your book is the best thing on the market or the worst thing available, neither of those things will matter if your book never gets a single set of eyes on it. Whether you are just starting out, or have been at KDP for awhile, you know just how important keywords are. I have one important thing to ask you about how you right keywords…

Have you EVER searched in Amazon anything similar to how you write your keyword boxes? Probably not. You not only need to think about the customer, but also include keywords that are ACTUALLY getting search volume every month. Without the correct keywords, your books will sink to the bottom and never been seen again. If you create an account on the site there is a free course where I go over keywords in depth and different ways to approach them!

5. Build A Brand

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Not nearly enough sellers focus on this as most think quantity over quality. Sure, short term, brand building sucks, it takes time, and you might see very little results. Brand building is NEVER a quick way to sell your products, but rather a long term plan to create something of value.

When creating products for your brand, you want to be sure that each and every product continues on a general theme. You do NOT want your brand to be spread to thin, across one million different niches.

Create a product that people will come back for time and time again. Now you might be wondering, how in the world do I create something they will keep using? Create a product so good that they rely on the product. If you create an awesome interior for the “dream journal” niche, and create an appetizing cover, and the interior has proper use and function, allows the customer to track and take notes of the important parts of their routine, odds are they will come back again. Do the heavy lifting up front, and reap the rewards long term.

Whether you are just starting out, or have been around the block a time or two, these are 5 important reminders that I was remind myself of.

P.S. Don’t beat yourself up over Print On Demand. It can be extremely frustrating but focus on the things that you enjoy!!!

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Are you using Interiors The Right Way On Kindle Direct Publishing?

Are you using Interiors The Right Way On Kindle Direct Publishing?

Every week we get asked over in our Facebook Group, can I use the same interior on numerous uploads? Well the answer is Yes, but the answer is also No at times. In this article we are going to break down exactly how to reuse your interiors on Kindle Direct Publishing the RIGHT way.

First, we need to make sure you understand a few different interior types.

First, we have “No Content Books”. This style of books will be lined journals and notebooks, but very basic & can quickly be scaled to a ton of different target audiences. The downside of creating no content books even though you can create them quickly, you also have WAY more competition.

Second, is “Low Content Books”. A wide variety of books can fall under this category. Things such as planners & guided journals, to puzzle books & coloring books. Low Content Books are a great way to serve an exact market and give customers a product they can actually use. The downside here is they do take a bit more time to create, but the competition drastically drops compared to low content books.

Third, we have “Medium Content Books”. While most readers aren’t touching this area yet, I did want to bring it to your attention. Once you start creating low content books and have coloring pages & coloring books live, it is very easy to colorize those images and turn them into short stories, thus creating medium content books.

Now that we have covered the different types of interiors that are possible within the Print On Demand industry, let’s dive into when it is & isn’t okay to reuse the same interior.

When It Is Okay To Use The Same Interior With Multiple Covers:

No Content & Some Low Content Books Are Perfect For Uploading The Same Interior Twice. No Content Books are usually very general and don’t necessarily have just a single purpose behind them, for example… A daily planner can be used across multiple niches & target markets, the same goes with lined journals.

With daily planners and lined journals, most of us can think of hundreds of niches and hobbies we can target and sell to with the same interior.

Learn From Your Books:

I think way too many KDP sellers are trying to get up as many books as possible as quickly as possible. I am going to be very blunt here for a moment and keep it real. Scaled designs do not sell well. Forcing yourself into 1,000 different niches does not work well. A ton of books doesn’t mean you will make a single sale.

Being unique is what will make you money. With each book you upload, whether it is a lined journal, daily planner, anxiety tracker etc… you should always be targeting an EXACT market.

Learn who you want to sell to, and figure out what THEY need. This goes for the cover you design as well as the interior you create. Different markets mean different styles from colors & graphics, all the way down to the font used on your interior.

So the next time you go to create a low content book, figure out three things.

  1. WHO are you selling to? Who is your perfect customer for your book?
  2. WHAT are you selling? What type of book are you actually creating.
  3. WHY are you selling it? What purpose will your book have? How will it help your customer make their life easier or better? (Puzzle/Activity/Coloring Books – How will this book entertain your customer).

When It NOT Okay To Use The Same Interior With Multiple Covers:

Creating things like puzzle books, activity books, and coloring books can be time consuming. They do take more time, but the market in some niches are wide open.

Most people instantly think about things like Dinosaurs & Unicorns when going to create their first activity book. Well if you take a look at the search results for either of those niches, you are going to be very upset to see over 20,000 results.

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When you start niching down and hitting smaller markets like Sloth Dot To Dot Activity Books you start getting into areas with very low competition, but traffic that will still help your books sell. So is it okay to use the same interior for these types of books more than once?

The simple answer is NO.

I personally do NOT upload the same coloring book interior to more than one cover. Coloring books can easily be bought in pairs or with other items. The last thing you want is a customer buying 3 different coloring books and then the interior is all exactly the same.

I know if I bought my niece and nephew a few coloring books or activity books and they received the same book 3 times I would not be very happy. Enough reports of this back to Amazon from this and you could see yourself having a few issues on your hands.

With that being said, learn to create design elements. So when you’re working on said coloring book, you can easily use images whether it be characters, animals, or decorations, you can easily create new scenes and pages. By starting your design library now, you will be able to scale your business the correct way.

Final Thoughts:

When creating your books, be unique. Learn from the books you upload, the last thing you want to do is upload 1,000 books and only make 3 sales for $6.52 in royalties. Always focus on one niche at a time, and learn from what you have uploaded.

Go back and analyze your books after 60 days, if you had some books sell & some did not, look at your covers, interiors & keywords and try to find the differences between what is selling vs what isn’t selling.

If no books are sold, look at what you are creating vs the leaders in the niche. Sometimes things as simple as a font choice is all you need to change because you used a big bubble letter font, when the entire market is wanting a cute cursive font.

Every book you upload you can learn something from, so when was the last time you actually looked back at your old books?

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