http://www.amazon.com/Trealmon-on-HubPa … mp;sr=8-11
I searched hubpages on Amazon, how bizarre
Do you think he has sold many?
It is bizarre but is his content right? Not sure if he makes an ebook out of the content but that is pretty common. And not sure how he does it.
I don't know if linking to hubpages violates any rule. It is one thing to use your content in book form which is ok, but I don't get what you are subscribing to.
Too funny! I am absolutely certain he hasn't sold anything. But I am quite impressed by his out-of-the-box thinking.
Hmmm...something to think about! I already have mystery stories on both Kindle and AudioBooks. Someone else is selling them, but only one with my permission. I haven't thought much about marketing articles on Kindle, but it bears looking into.
Is it easy to sell books or other info on Kindle? I don't mean making sales, I'm referring to setting up the account. Any info would be welcome.
It is extremely easy actually
Just search Kindle Direct Publishing
Interesting ideal! Especially if you could sell subscriptions to a category of hubs.
Selling a subscription? Interesting. I created an ebook through kindle from my hubs, but no sells yet.
Well, his hubs have finally been read 1000 times after being registered here at HubPages for 10 months so yeah, if you cannot get readers through organic traffic you'll have to find another way to get them
well, think of it like not really looking for the sales but with the 14 day free trial it's just another way to get traffic.Then if you do make a sale for a month it's a buck.
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