I’m 50 days in to my 90 day Kindle Select contract for HOOD: Book 1 of the American Rebirth Series.
As of 6:40pm, today:
I’m pretty damn pleased with the results. I’ll admit I long to go multi-platform, but I’ve had such success with my book on Kindle Unlimited, I can’t see myself taking it off of Select.
Both graphs seem to be steadily climbing (I pray the trend continue) but the growth rate of my KU reads seems even higher.
I wish I could ascertain how much of my ranking was based on sales and how much on KU lends:
Obviously, if taking off select would drop my ranking significantly, I think it would be foolish to do.
Also: HOORAY #26 and #31!!
Part of my really wants to try multi-platform just to see how much more sales I could get from other distributors… but I think I’m going to hold off on that for awhile. I don’t want to stop any momentum I have on Amazon at the moment.
I’ve sold a net of 504 books so far, for about 10 books a day.
KU pages read, well, it’s a lot. Rough calculation is about 225,000 pages read.
I’m pretty psyched about all that.
My question for other Indie Authors: How much (or what percentage) of your sales would you say comes from non-Amazon platforms?
I’m on a quest for more information, lol. I put on my robe and wizard hat.