Austin, TX (PRWEB) March 17, 2012
An article from the Digital Marketing Labs has reported that for people wanting to self-publish an e-book, Amazon has everything they could possibly need. The information inside “Partnering with Amazon: How to Give Amazon Permission to Sell Your Products to their Over 275 Million Registered Buyers,” will help with the process, said the article.
That report contains the tried and true methods for self-publishing, walking readers through the steps involved in CreateSpace, Kindle Direct Publishing, and Amazon’s other product-selling features. There are several reasons in the article to consider self-publishing, not the least of which involves the sheer size and strength of Amazon.
It currently ranks fifth in the U.S. in terms of web traffic, as reported by Alexa.com, the web information company. As the report title suggests, there are more than 275 million registered users on Amazon, representing what’s likely the biggest customer base a company has ever dealt with. Site visitors spend almost nine times longer on Amazon than other typical destinations, said the article. In any given month, there can be as many as 100 million sets of eyes gazing into the world of Amazon.com.
Another reason self-publishing on Amazon has become so popular is based on America’s modernization and divergence from traditional commerce. In the past, stated the article, buying products normally involved a trip in the car; a pushy salesperson pressuring the commission; a long afternoon spent comparing; plus a complicated purchasing process. Not with Amazon, the article claimed.
Best of all, each customer has credit card information already stored inside Amazon’s trusted servers. Each one of them can bypass that moment of hesitation when they reach for their wallet, wondering if they really need to spend their money.
According to the article, the final and most important reason Amazon is the preferred method of self-publishing is because digital e-books and similar content has officially out-sold print publications. The price and ease of e-books has beaten the outdated competition. The article suggested referring to this New York Times piece from May, 2011. Without the hassle of the big corporate print publishers, Amazon has simplified and streamlined the entire process.
To join the digital revolution and gain a strong Internet presence, the article said to consider a self-published e-book; Amazon makes it almost too easy to pass up. To get a copy of the Special Report and learn the features of Amazon, check out http://digitalmarketer.com/reports/partnering-with-amazon/.