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Jan 18, 2017

Adam Houge is an author and a beacon of hope for self-published authors. The status quo view of self-publishing is that it’s hard to make money and sell books. Adam proved both of this myths wrong by selling 2 million of his self-published book.

 

Adam’s initial motivation wasn’t to make money. He was more focused on spreading his valuable content and getting his books into the hands of as many readers as possible. He wrote a religious book in the midsts of a series of medical bills and retirement from his day job. This is the book he wanted to spread. After writing 100+ books (not a typo), he’s now done just that—spread his message. In this episode, he discusses how he found the time to write 100+ books. 

 

Adam also talked about overcoming the 30 day drop off in sales after your book gets published. He doesn’t just get sales in the short-term. His books continue generating sales years after they were published. We also talk about keywords and categories, Amazon’s SEO.

 

Adam treats us to a mini course on all things Kindle marketing. If you’ve got Kindle books that you want to promote, listening to this interview will greatly help you with your efforts.

 

As always, our guest shares his favorite inspirational quote, and much, much more.

 

 

Key Links from the Show

 

www.thefanbaseformula.com - Adam’s Training Course for Authors

www.adamhouge.com - Adam’s Personal Site

 

Learn:

 

- How to keep sales up on Amazon Kindle

- Why Keywords and Categories are so very important

- How to make your book reach the right people

- Adam’s best learned career lesson

- What most authors get wrong when first publishing

- Adam’s favorite inspirational quote

1 Comments
  • over four months ago
    Blog4everyone
    Really great piece of content.After reading this I will follow your website so that I can write and publish my own e-books.