Kindle Cash Flow — Reviewed
Do you still have a working kindle?
I’m not even sure if mine works anymore but I do know that ebooks are still a multi-billion dollar business.
I have seen a surge of activity on Ty Cohen’s kindle cash flow system and noticed that he has made version 2.0 and is offering it at a lower price now.
I’m going to review it here, but first, if you are tired of online business scams, then see my #1 recommendation to make money online.
It is the same program I used to generate an income in a few short months working part time on my laptop, that allowed me to quit my full time job.
There is a free PDF and masterclass explaining how it works.
Now back to Kindle Cash Flow 2.0!
Ty Cohen has definitely been successful himself.
He is an author, public speaker, marketer and also had a successful talk show.
I have seen him team up with Mike Balmaceda on some other opportunities, but his expertise comes from successfully selling ebooks on Kindle and Amazon.
His program alleges to teach someone how to go from start to finish getting a book written, published and sold.
Here’s how it works.
Kindle and Amazon already have traffic searching their sites trying to find new books.
These books will help them escape, solve a problem, or enhance their knowledge.
So, in theory, if you have a compelling book title and picture, people will come and buy from you.
The reason this is so appealing is that it could become true passive income.
Obviously, I had some objections and questions.
“What if I don’t even know what to write about?”
“What if I’m a horrible writer?”
“What if I’m not smart enough to figure out how to get it over to Amazon’s site?”
“What if nobody buys my book?”
The last question feels the most painful because it really means, what happens if I pour my heart and soul into something that nobody likes or wants to read?
I have looked into it and Kindle Cash Flow 2.0 has an answer and a way to overcome all those objections.
In his free training, he teaches how to find a subject that people want to learn about.
He teaches you how to find a ghost writer if you don’t want to write.
Then he shows you step-by-step how to get it uploaded, published, and set up so that it looks appealing and people will buy it.
I actually like the Kindle Cash Flow 2.0 because it does work and it is actually helping people find and get what they want.
While it is not my #1 recommendation, I do recommend it for anyone wanting to make money this way.
The program costs $697 and is a discount from the original $997.
Now, here’s where I would offer some caution and warning.
First, this is going to take some work to get set up and going after you pay for the course.
If you want to write your own book, then you will have to put that time in as well (obviously).
Second, public domain information is not allowed to be sold on Amazon and Kindle.
They will shut you down when they find out.
That means that you can’t just find someone’s book online and make an ebook out of it and sell it under your name (that’s also dishonest, in case there was any question).
Third, if you are publishing books in different niches, you may want to use a pen name.
For example, if you have a book on house flipping and another on angel investing, and another on fishing tips, it seems that you are a jack of all trades and the perception is that you are inconsistent.
I’m not saying it is a death sentence, but something to keep in mind.
Fourth, books on Amazon are often bought because of reviews.
Do not buy fake reviews.
Fifth, quality will win over quantity.
If you are ambitious, then you might decide to publish several books in a relatively short time frame.
If you are publishing garbage, it will not sell for very long.
The bad reviews will kill it.
Quality material, however, will sell for years.
It can become timeless and generate income forever if it is really well done.
Use some discretion and take a little more time to make it good if it needs it.
Thank you for reading.