It’s time to take a fresh look at publishing through Kindle Direct Publishing. Which is exactly what we’re going to do with publishing pro Stephanie Gunning in this webinar.
Amazon is constantly evolving the user experience –making it easier and friendlier, and empowering self-published authors, like you, to make books on their home desktops and interface with KDP digitally.
Not only will you save time and money, you’ll be spared aggravation by these improvements. And you can begin making money, attracting clients, and spreading your messages in books faster than ever.
This webinar is for beginners and seasoned authors alike.
What You’ll Learn About KDP:
In her presentation, Stephanie will show us her favorite new tools for design–like those for making an ebook look pleasing.
What once was exclusively the domain of ebooks is now also home to Amazon’s paperback program. CreateSpace is no more! What does that mean for self-publishers who want to optimize their sales page?
Stephanie will walk you through both production tools and sales tools. Are there nuances to publishing to learn and master? Absolutely! But Kindle has studied the needs of the authors that use this platform and is constantly evolving to make the work flow smoother.
The verdict still may be out on some of the new features… but through experimentation we can find out what works for us in our personal publishing programs… and Stephanie will discuss some options.
Amazon is the primary place to be published online. Kindle is the original print-on-demand platform which gives us access to Amazon without the hassle of dealing with cumbersome inventory issues.
Join us to learn a thing or two about this remarkable platform.
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More about Stephanie:
Stephanie Gunning is a publishing consultant, editor, and writer. An Amazon-bestselling author in her own right, she has helped over 600 other writers bring their books to market during her career, which spans more than three decades and began at HarperCollins Publishers. Stephanie has mastered the art of transforming powerful ideas into highly marketable books.