This is our “Podcast 9 – Module 8 on topic Building Your Foundations For Profits Through Amazon Platform”. We tried to cover each and every aspect of Kindle. Hope you find value in it .
Foundations For Profits Through Amazon Kindle Platform
MODULE 8: Building yourFoundations for Profits through Amazon platform
TECHNIQUE 1: HTML Coding for your Book Description
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TECHNIQUE 2: Ten Percent “Look Inside”Optimization
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TECHNIQUE 4: Power of Pen Name
TECHNIQUE 5: Author Central Profile
Previous Podcast On This Album – Kindle Self Publishing Complete Guide
CSM 01:Introduction – Kindle Self Publishing Complete Guide
CSM 02:Module 1-Finding A killer Profitable Niche For Kindle Self Publishing
CSM 03:Module 2 – How To Research Like Pro For Your Kindle Books
CSM 04:Module 3 – Writing Your Best Selling Kindle Book On Amazon
CSM 05:Module 4-How To Format Amazon Kindle eBooks In Less Than 30 Minuets
CSM 06-Module 5-How To Set Up Everything For List Building Via Amazon Kindle
CSM 7 – MODULE 6 – Succesfully Publishing Your EBook On Amazon Kindle
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HTML Tag Description
<b> Formats enclosed text as bold.
<br> Creates a line break.
<em> Emphasizes the enclosed text; generally formatted as
<font> Determines the appearance of the enclosed text.
<h1> to <h6> Formats enclosed text as a section heading: <h1> (largest)
through <h6> (smallest).
<hr> Creates a horizontal “rule” or line. Often used to divide
sections of text.
<i> Formats enclosed text as italic.
<li> Identifies an item in an ordered (numbered) or unordered
<ol> Creates a numbered list from enclosed items, each of
which is identified by a <li> tag.
<p> Defines a paragraph of text with the first line indented;
creates a line break at the end of the enclosed text.
<pre> Defines preformatted text.
<s> Formats text as strikethrough. See also, <strike>.
<strike> Formats text as strikethrough. See also, <s>.
<strong> Formats enclosed text as bold. See also, <b>.
<sub> Formats enclosed text as subscript: reduces the font size and
drops it below the baseline.
<sup> Formats enclosed text as superscript: reduces the font size
and places it above the baseline.
<u> Formats enclosed text as underlined.
<ul> Creates a bulleted list from enclosed items, each of which
is identified by a <li> tag.