Publishing Profit Mantra Review

Publishing Profit Mantra is a newly launched product from Tom Yevsikov and his team that claims to show users how to generate an income through publishing your own Kindle ebooks.

What does the product offer?

The sales material for Publishing Profit Mantra paints this a product that is easy to use, requires very little effort and income and yet is still able to generate a very substantial passive revenue stream. This is exactly the kind of claim that you hear all the time, especially with this kind of product and I have yet to be convinced by one.

In terms of what you can expect from Publishing Profit Mantra, it is based entirely around Amazon’s Kindle store, more specifically publishing your own ebooks there.

As a course Publishing Profit Mantra is online based and is made up of 10 different modules. This covers a number of topics from finding and researching a niche and actually writing your book.

Publishing Profit Mantra then moves on to looking at the marketing side of things (including list building) as well as how to boost your profits.

There are also a number of templates provided which are designed to allow you to bypass some aspects of creating your book. Tom Yesikov also gives away a number of bonuses with Publishing Profit Mantra, all of which tie into the main course.

How does the product work?

Publishing Profit Mantra teaches you exclusively how to write a none fiction book with a focus on a very specific niche.

By doing this, Tom Yesikov says that you can write a best seller which will ultimately help you in the long run by drawing in other customers from your chosen niche.

What is the initial investment?

At the time of writing Publishing Profit Mantra is being sold for a one time cost of $27 (which is around £18).

Payment is handled via Warrior Plus and there is a 30 day money back guarantee in place should you find that you aren’t happy with the product.

It is however worth pointing out that you will have to claim this directly from Tom Yesikov.

What is the rate of return?

The claimed rates of return are a little bit everywhere to be frank. The headline for Publishing Profit Mantra talks about how you can make up to $557 per day however this number falls rather substantially to $1,000 – $2,000 per month.

This falls even more when Tom Yesikov says that he has made $10,000 in the last year with this method.


There is undoubtedly money to be made through publishing books on Amazon through their Kindle store however I feel that the size of this proverbial pie is something that is often overstated.

One only has to have a look at the number of products offering something like Publishing Profit Mantra to see that it is a very saturated market.

That having been said, there is some credit to Publishing Profit Mantra and there is some helpful information if you are looking to get into this niche but I wouldn’t want to view it as a definite second income.


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From: Simon Roberts