FEATURED ARTICLE — May 25th, 2020
The uncontested king of Wall Street, a name that shall always be immortalized in the world of global finance, Warren Buffet was once quoted as saying,
“If you don’t find a way to make money while you sleep, you will work until you die.”
Well, just like his financial bravado and growth strategies, his words seem a little aggressive. But giving his successful career due credit, the man is right. In a world that has become so highly competitive, it is quite difficult to sustain streams of income that meet all your needs.
With the evolution of the internet and a booming economy of social media and digital streams of income, eBooks have become an effective way people use to earn a sizeable amount of passive income. Some, in fact, have made up to six figures in a year with Amazon’s Kindle Direct Publishing.
Based on the last bit of informative nugget there, it seems like self-publishing is the answer to many people’s passive income woes. With the added advantage of having access to a global potential readership audience, it is a lucrative path to invest some time in.
Yes, writing an Amazon eBook for passive income will require investment. Your creative streak, for one, is of utmost importance as you will need an idea to begin with. Besides that, time is the currency you will have to invest, as writing a book is not an easy feat.
With that said, we’ll be taking a deep dive into the intricacies of writing an Amazon eBook and then publishing it to create a source of passive income for you.
Considering that currently eBooks are earning more than $15,740 million around the world with more than 1,013 million readers, this much investment is worth the sweet fruit you’ll pluck at the end.
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