How to Publish Your Blog on Amazon Kindle…

by Ali Abbas on Pro Blogger site:

Have you published your blog on Kindle?

If not, you should do it, pronto! It’s easy, it’s productive and it’s free.

We’re not talking about publishing ebooks or PDFs, but your dynamic and regularly updated blog.

Rather surprisingly, not a lot of bloggers have considered this option hitherto, but some big guns, including The New York Times, PC Magazine, Amazon Daily, Huffington Post, and others—that realize the potential—are already there.

On a positive note, that means less competition for you.

Is it really worth the effort?

Kindle publishing for blogs has already opened the doors to myriad opportunities for many businesses that have a blog.

Amazingly, all you need to do is invest just five minutes of your precious time. Here’s what you get in return:

Continue reading at:

Publish Your Blog on Amazon Kindle

If you would like to sign up and publish YOUR blog on Amazon Kindle, click on the following link:

Kindle Publishing for Periodicals & Blogs


12 thoughts on “How to Publish Your Blog on Amazon Kindle…

  1. Hi Chris have a question for you. When you signed in did you have to create another e-mail account or did you use an original one? plus did you use your name or your authors name? yep there is a small problem – well hey its me….

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  2. Hope Amazon bring it to NZ soon – this looks good. Apart from anything else it’ll help improve author income and fix the other problem authors with no local bank account in their designated primary markets (US, UK, Europe) have with getting paid. The only option is by cheque and there’s a threshhold before that happens, meaning that Amazon get the use of your money until that time. Which might be never, if the book happens to sell one or two copies in one of the more unlikely markets such as Japan. It’s been well thought out by Amazon from the cost-benefit perspective… for them… I guess that’s why Mr Bezos is building rockets and I’m not.

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  3. As usual, only available to US and UK. Canada is always snubbed and short changed by Amazon. Nice idea, but I’d decline anyway. My blog feed is already on my author Amazon page, that’s enough for them lol 🙂

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  4. Thank you for drawing my attention to this interesting article Chris. I would have commented on the original post, however I note that comments are now closed.
    I see from one of the comments (following on from the original article) that anyone using the Kindle blogging facility is prohibited (by their terms of use) from talking about their experience of doing so. If this remains the case (and I must strees that I haven’t read the Terms), then this would sound alarm bells in my head. Such a prohibition is draconian and some might construe it as demonstrating fear by Amazon of honest feedback (I, of course couldn’t possibly comment).

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