Passive Publishing System Review Amy Harrop

Passive Publishing System is a product from Amy Harrop that focuses on methods of publishing and selling your own ebooks than Amazon’s Kindle store.

What does the product offer?

Passive Publishing System is a bit different to most publish your own ebook based products in so much as Amy Harrop goes out of her way to look at alternative methods of marketing your book to the Kindle Store (the go to for most of these kind of products). There are two key aspects to Passive Publishing System, the first of which is a piece of Windows based software that helps you to use keywords to find key niche terms

This is a simple to use thing and helps you to find search terms where you will have little competition. The second aspect of Passive Publishing System doesn’t actually come from Amy Harrop but is instead a guide to uploading to the iBookstore (how to upload to the iBookstore) that is authored by one Debbie Drum.

This claims to do exactly what it says on the tin and will allegedly show you not just how to do so, but how to do it for without paying allegedly costly fees.

How does the product work?

The core idea behind Passive Publishing System is definitely a straight forward one. Instead of using the massively over worked Kindle Store, Amy Harrop shows you how to use the second and third biggest ebook retailers online, iBookstore and Scribd.

The idea is that where Amazon might have 100 books listed, even as the second largest online book retailer, iBookstore may have just 10. By cutting your competition you obviously have more chance of marketing your book to potential clients. The software that comes with Passive Publishing System shows you expanded keyword search terms based of broader niches as well as the amounts of books listed under that search term.

Amy Harrop says that by doing this, Passive Publishing System will help you to maximise your profit.

What is the initial investment?

Passive Publishing System is being sold for a one time cost of $27 with payment being handled via the Warrior Plus payment system. This means that whilst there is a 30 day money back guarantee offered with Passive Publishing System, you will have to claim this directly from the vendor.

What is the rate of return?

Unfortunately, there is very little actually said on how much money you can make using Passive Publishing System which is rather disappointing as one would like to have compared this with the claims about how much Amazon can make you.

Conclusion

As I’ve already said, it is nice to see a product of this nature that doesn’t go out of its way to concern itself with Amazon. I have often said that one of the biggest problems with this market is over saturation, especially on the more well known market places and in certain niches.

By showing you how to go around all this, I feel that Amy Harrop and Passive Publishing System can really help those who want to start writing.

 

 

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