Top 4 Un-Published Things For Your Kindle Books

 Today we're going to take a look at the top four things not to do when publishing your own Kindle book.

1) NO: Save on your cover or design

When it comes to the world of self-publishing, you could argue that – apart from the actual content of your Kindle book – the cover or design is the second most important aspect that determines how well it will initially sell. Self-authorizing Kindle books are unique in that most readers are more likely to take a chance on a new author if they like a particular book, thanks to their lower and more affordable prices.

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2) NO: Just rate your book and forget it

A lot of people just look at what the average Kindle book is for and turn around with something in the space. The great thing about publishing to Kindle is that you can easily change and adjust your prices.

3)DON'T: Treat yourself as a one-man publishing business

There are many aspects to writing, publishing, and promoting a book, and you don't have to do it all yourself. Consider outsourcing a task you don't like or don't want to do. For many, this can be some advertising, formatting, or research tasks. 

4) NO: Limit yourself or spend too much time with just one book in self promotion

Of course, while that doesn't mean you have to pick up your Kindle book as soon as possible to have it shipped through market doors, you shouldn't spend too much time on a book unless it requires such attention.