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THE KDP SELECT DECISION
Years ago, Amazon introduced KDP Select to authors who publish with Kindle Direct Publishing.
The idea was to create a huge library of Kindle eBooks from which select customers could borrow books for free. Authors are paid a royalty, but not the same royalty as for an ordinary paid sale.
Although the nature of KDP Select has changed over the years, the program has grown tremendously.
Let’s reevaluate the KDP Select decision. Is enrolling your book in KDP Select worth it?
There really is only a single drawback to enrolling a book in KDP Select, but it’s a big one: You’re not allowed to publish the digital version of your book anywhere else (like Smashwords, Nook, or Kobo) while your book is enrolled in KDP Select.
It’s also an important decision because it comes with a commitment. If you change your mind, you…
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