What really makes the difference between a successful self-publisher and one who fails?

Well, it all really comes down to one simple factor…

How many people see your book. The more that see it, the more that buy it.

Now, most authors need to do an epic book launch to get the word out to as many people as possible. And that might work at first, but as soon as the promo stops, so do the sales.

So the real question is how to get a consistent flow of interested customers to see your book. And the answer is short and sweet: Keywords.

Any Amazon shopper looking for a new book is going to type in a search phrase and buy based on what Amazon shows them. That means if your book is showing up when the right search terms are typed in, then the right people will see it at the moment they want to buy.

But you can’t just guess what people are typing in – you have to know a few things first:

  • What are people searching for and how many of them are typing those keywords in?
  • How much money are books making from certain search terms?
  • How competitive is the market and is there enough space for you?

Answering those questions takes a lot of time, money, and research. That is, if you do it on your own. But now there’s a tool that can give you all of those answers in a matter of seconds…

KDP Rocket, developed by Dave Chesson and the Kindlepreneur team, lets an author easily analyze keyword search statistics so they can choose which ones work perfectly for their book.

By using the right keywords, you can put your book at the top of a niche market that will yield results and make you sales even while you sleep.

KDP Rocket is used by bestselling authors like Jeff Goins, Joanna Penn, and Steve Scott when they’re researching a new book idea. That means it must be pretty expensive, right? It was, but…

You can get lifetime access to KDP Rocket for a one-time fee of only $97 if you act now – and you need to hurry up because pretty soon that $97 is going to change to a monthly fee!

Lock in that price now and get lifetime access today!

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