How to Upload Your New eBook to Amazon Kindle 

How to Upload Your New eBook to Amazon Kindle 

Here are critical steps to follow if you want  to Upload Your New eBook to Amazon Kindle.

Do you have an account? Create one by signing up at the website.

Go to KDP AMAZON  and sign in (you’ll need an Amazon account).

Register your tax info for royalties.

Click “Bookshelf” and then “Add new title.”

Fill out the form, including book title, description, and keywords you want people to search to find your book.

Upload the cover file (JPEG format).

Upload the book file.

Test your book with Amazon’s online viewer to make sure it looks right.

Click “Save and continue” and advance to the “Rights and Pricing” page.

Choose “Worldwide Rights.”

Choose a 70% royalty rate and select your price, letting the international prices adjust based on the US price. Most e-books are priced $2.99-9.99 Click Save and Publish.

Amazon will email you when the book is ready, which may take 12 to 48 hours, but often happens much more quickly.

View your book once it is live.

start marketing your book

run a free book promotion. You can price your book to run for free for 5 days a month. This can increase downloads, since people love free books. More downloads increase your book’s rank on the website.

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6 thoughts on “How to Upload Your New eBook to Amazon Kindle ”

    1. That’s Great Aakash…
      The very best in your new Amazon kindle ebook

  1. I am really happy about your good work to inspire people. I have been looking for a way to get my book to amazon and now through I can see success through your guide. May God bless you as other people find the opportunity through you just like me. Stay blessed brother

    1. Hey Patrick, thanks so much for the kind words. I am glad this guide was of great help to you. And Amen, be blessed too

  2. Munira Hussein

    This has been so helpful, so has been the website in general. Thank you.

    1. Thanks, Munira, am glad you found these posts helpful, and hey, congratulations for publishing your first book, “Unfit for Society”

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