The Kindle Profit System Pack
A lot of up and coming writers ask whether to publish their own work online or do it the old-fashioned way.
Of course this decision is not as simple as picking whichever you like. Each one has its own pros and cons that make the choice a tad more complicated.
. Traditional Publishing.
One of the best advantages of going traditional is the prestige of easier access to media and more street credibility.
Shelf space is also a good means of promoting your book.
Publishing your book this way also means an advance comes your way.
You can write for this without worrying about sales although bad sales may affect future advances.
On the downside, you can expect lower profit per book usually at 10% royalty. Getting a deal can be quite difficult and once you do, you lose control over your book. You are bound by deadlines which may or may not be convenient for you.
In self-publishing, you retain control over your book and enjoy a much higher profit margin. This means you can update it anytime you wish. It is relatively inexpensive as long as nothing is outsourced. No need to get your book approved and you can work at your own pace. Switching to traditional publishing is always an option.
No advance means no money if no one buys your book. You do everything by yourself with no help in editing and proof reading. Formatting and cover design are all up to you as well. However, these can be outsourced for your convenience.
Full details are discussed in this ebook …
This pack also comes with 10 video parts!