How I Turn My Podcasts into Kindle Books

In this video - I demonstrate how I used my podcasts to generate more visibility and profit.

It is a sneak peek from my new training “Sticky Content: How to Reuse Your Existing Content for More Visibility and Profit

Resources Mentioned:

For formatting your Kindle book, I recommend either:

The idea in this video was inspired by this book:

Here’s where you can listen to the Podcast episode with Rachel and the other episodes, too:

Here’s the final Kindle book on Amazon:

I hope you enjoy this sneak peek video.

If you enjoy seeing case studies like this about how I repurpose my content, be sure to check out my latest course:

Sticky Content: How to Get More Visibility and Profit from your Existing Content

Warmly,
Nicole Dean

PS. There’s no need to let all that great content you worked so hard to create collect dust. Earn more money with less work by recycling it.

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Click here to check out Sticky Content

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  1. Hi Nicole,

    I’m trying to learn all I can about publishing a book on Kindle. I heard one of Rachel’s training videos and loved the system. I didn’t buy it because it was very expensive. Do you have any info on this subject?
    I published a blog post and mentioned your plr shop in it. http://www.geririchmond.com/my-5-favorite-plr-shoppes-to-get-great-plr
    I have bought plr from you and was very pleased. :)
    Sincerely,
    Geri Richmond
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  2. Nicole, What a great method for re purposing content and monetizing it! This post has value for me, I even opted in to your list. Looking for more great tips!
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  3. Thanks for this information! My goals this year include learning how to do podcasts and publishing on Kindle so you have covered both of these important topics. I also want to interview some experts – this is helpful in knowing what to do with those experts. Now I just have to get out of my comfort zone and feel that experts would like to talk to me. :) I like how you have used your outsourcing to keep yourself on track doing what is uniquely yours, and I would love to know what you do to decide it outsourcing is financially worth it. BTW – I am extremely impressed by your blog – you are an inspiration that is for sure!

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