Are you an Amazon KDP Publisher?
Are you looking to publish your own books?
Have you ever wondered what keywords would perform best for your proposed kindle book?
Or what categories you should use for your published KDP book?
Or how much your competitors are making with their ebook?
If so, then I have the perfect tool for you! It’s called Publisher Rocket.
It was specifically created for Amazon published authors who wish to sell more books and ebooks.
Introduction to Publisher Rocket Video
My partner is an Amazon published author and, I don’t know about you, but as an author, she prefers spending most of her time writing her books instead of marketing them.
Over the years she’s read all sorts of articles and books on how to increase book sales, and one of the most helpful tools she says she’s been able to find is Publisher Rocket.
Publisher Rocket helps in four key areas:
- Best Amazon Keywords for the KDP book
- Who the Competitors are (so I can learn from them)
- Best Amazon Categories for the book
- Best Keywords for her Amazon Marketing Services (AMS) ads
With this software tool, she’s stopped guessing what keywords she should be using for her books, and instead was able to find keywords that were actually typed into Amazon’s search bar by real shoppers.
That’s a really powerful thing – knowing what people are searching for. Publisher Rocket provides this information.
Publisher Rocket has powerful features
One of Publisher Rocket’s most powerful features is its Competition Analyzer that lists the books that rank on the first page of Amazon for a particular keyword.
This feature also allows her to see how well any of her competitors’ books are performing and in what Amazon categories their books are currently enrolled in.
Publisher Rocket also lists all of Amazon’s 11,200+ categories and subcategories, along with how many books you would need to sell in order for your book to be the #1 Amazon bestseller.
So instead of sifting through all those categories herself, this tool does all this for her.
And if she runs sponsored ads on Amazon for her books, then this tool is absolutely indispensable, because its ads feature helps her effectively and efficiently create a large list of profitable Amazon keywords for any of the campaigns she is running.
Publisher Rocket is a one-time investment
One of the reasons she’s such a fan of Publisher Rocket is that it is currently a one-time investment ($97), meaning unlike so much other software out there, it doesn’t require a recurring, monthly subscription fee to keep it useable.
It also comes with a no quibble 30-day money back guarantee, which makes the testing of the software absolutely risk free.
So if you think Publisher Rocket might be just the thing for your self publishing business,
My partner has been using this software for a while now, typically selling 10+ books per day and now she can’t imagine launching a new book into the Amazon KDP marketplace without it.
It takes a lot of the hard work out of researching for the most profitable niches for Amazon kindle books and self published works. It also saves loads of time.
I hope you find it as helpful and indispensable as she does.
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