More Podcast Money

If you’re tired of podcasting for free, this book will help you solve that situation. This book provides 13 different strategies that have been used by podcasters to generate revenue. You like podcasting, but its time you get some return for the investment of time you are putting into it. Dave Jackson started podcasting in 2005 and has helped hundreds of people launch podcasts at the School of Podcasting. He’s also seen a lot of podcasters do it the wrong way and can help you avoid those mistakes. You will read about podcasters who makes thousands of dollars in donations, who sell their back catalog, get their own radio and television shows, who are boosting sales in their businesses, and many more. Quit waiting for a sponsor to come knocking on your door, you can start making money with your podcast today.
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Selling a Product of Your Own

Ever since I've launched my book, I've had a steady stream of income. It's been two and three digits each month. You have to promote your book, but it's nice to have a product of your own to sell. If you've been entering show notes you could even take those and add a bit more to it and turn it into a book.

The best thing is all you need to do is get an editor (don't try to edit your book) and a cover. This means you'll probably put out around $300 (depending on the length of your book) which you can make back over time. I broke even after three months.

You Have What Authors Want

The one thing that authors don't have is a promotional channel. They hope to get interviewed on a radio show or some other venue. The beautiful thing is you already have a promotional channel filled with people who know and trust you. Why not give them an easy to consume product. Instead of having to listen to all of your podcasts again, you can provide a summary in a Kindle format.

Why Kindle?

While it's good to be at the top of search engines, it would be better to be on top of Amazon.com who has hundreds of thousands of credit cards on file (if not millions). You can read a Kindle book on a Kindle, iPod, iPad, Android, or even in a browser. It is compatible as a pdf file.

KD Publishing Pro Software

While I used Word for my first book, I will be using KD Publishing Pro for my future books. The software is only $27 and its super easy to use and takes all the guesswork out of publishing on a Kindle. The reason the product is so inexpensive is they are going to try and upsell you on another publishing tool. It's a useful tool, and you can purchase it later if you're on a tight budget.

There are training videos for each product that make it easy to start creating your first book.

Check it out at kdpublishingpro.com

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