Low-Content Publishing

Low-Content KDP Course

Hi all!  Thanks for visiting this page and probably checking out my YouTube Videos.

Let me keep it short, I am putting together a course on Low-Content Publishing.  Want to be part of it?  Submit your email here and I will get in touch to be part of this.  I am doing a special for the first people to join the course, so hop in today!

What Is Low-Content Publishing?

These end products are books that have very little content inside.  Your typical book may be a novel, short story, factual history or other style books that over the course of 200-2,000 pages describes details, events, actions and immerses the reader.  These books can be in excess of 20,000 to 100,000 words or more!  That takes a lot of work!

Creating Low-Content books are a different animal.  These are books people buy for entertainment as well, like word searches, Sudoku, crosswords.  They are also journals, diaries, logbooks, guest books, coloring books, activity books and much more. They are designed around a repeatable premise, that just about each page is the same and the user fills in those pages with their own content.

Why Low-Content Books?

Frankly, they sell and are easy to make.  It may take me  3 to 10 months or longer to think up a novel or book to write and get it written.  Wherewith low-content books, I can create and publish several a day.  On top of that, people buy them, alot.  Low-content books are great second income and additional income stream for my online businesses.  On top of that, it’s easy to get started and very affordable to do.

How Does One Get Started With Low Content Books?

Below are some posts about various aspects of low-content publishing, from keyword and niche research, to how-to videos to create your book.  Keep checking back as I am adding new content on low-content publishing all the time.

Low Content Publishing On Amazon Overview

Low Content Publishing On Amazon Overview

Low Content Publishing On Amazon Overview

Publishing books on Amazon is a very lucrative business.  It may seem complex and complicated but it really is not.  It is a very easy business to get started in and can make you a great passive income.  At its core, its all about creating books.  You could write novels, short stories, kids books and much more.  I have chosen a different path.  Called low content publishing by many, the books I create are easy to create a repeatable.

What books are considered “Low-Content”?

At their simplest form, they can be blank lined journals.  That’s right, cool covers with a bunch of blank lines inside.  These sell well, but there is much competition because of their simplicity.  People buy these because we all need a cool notebook to take notes, write to-do lists and reminders.

As you get into this business you can make more advanced low-content books, like activity books for kids, puzzle books, word searches, coloring books, and soo much more, it really its a giant ocean of possibilities!  Each one of these categories of low-content books can be targeted towards, boys, girls, teens, men, women, business people, seniors, pilots, on and on, the options are endless.

Before we get ahead of ourselves.  Let’s do an overview of KDP and the Low Content business.  We have put together a great video you can watch here:

KDP Low Content Publishing Strategy

KDP Low Content Publishing Strategy

Niche Selection

So you are ready to jump in and make your first book?  Want to give this business a try?

Awesome!  So in this section, I want to describe my strategy when it comes to Low Content Books.  It’s very simple, yet powerful and effective.

When getting started, you first must pick the “niche” or category that your book will target.  It’s very easy when starting out to target something “easy” like “Puppy Journal”.  You might think, who doesn’t love puppies and want a journal with cute puppy design.

Well, the keywords and category “puppy journal” might be saturated and really competitive.  However, something more specific like, Yorkie Journal or Golden Retriever Journal, is much more specific and target. I target these very narrow categories, that are less competitive and highly specific.  

Lastly, when you target something this specific, people are usually already in a “buying mindset”, looking for specific terms usually means someone really wants to buy a product in that category, they are not merely browsing.  

Watch this video, get a deeper understanding of my strategy as we get into this low-content business.

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