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Adding Kindle Book Details - Part 1

Lesson 59 from: ChatGPT & Midjourney: 23 Ways of Earning Money with AI

Philip Ebiner, Diego Davila

Adding Kindle Book Details - Part 1

Lesson 59 from: ChatGPT & Midjourney: 23 Ways of Earning Money with AI

Philip Ebiner, Diego Davila

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59. Adding Kindle Book Details - Part 1

Lessons

Class Trailer

Introduction to the ChatGPT & Midjourney Course

1

Welcome to 23 Ways of Earning Money with AI

09:55
2

Get Started with ChatGPT

07:52

ChatGPT Revenue: Freelance services

3

ChatGPT Freelance: Introduction

01:12
4

ChatGPT Freelancing: Best platforms for freelancers

05:30
5

Creating your Fiverr freelancer account

04:59

ChatGPT: Copywriting

6

Copywriting opportunities in Fiverr & ChatGPT

03:51
7

Case Study: Writing a sales page as a freelancer with ChatGPT

13:26

ChatGPT: Social Media Content

8

Social media content opportunities with ChatGPT

03:39
9

Case Study: Content Calendar & Social Media content

10:49

ChatGPT: Email Marketing

10

Email Marketing opportunities with ChatGPT

04:15
11

Case Study: Email marketing freelancer with ChatGPT

09:50

ChatGPT: Online Course Content

12

Online course content opportunities with ChatGPT

03:53
13

Case Study: Course outline creation with ChatGPT

05:58

ChatGPT: Ads copywriting

14

Ads copywriting opportunities with ChatGPT

06:30
15

Case Study: Facebook & Google Ads with ChatGPT

08:55

ChatGPT: Video Scripts

16

Video Scripts opportunities

03:41
17

Case Study: Create a complete video script for YouTube

04:57

ChatGPT: Sales funnels

18

Sales Funnels opportunities

02:22
19

Steps to create a powerful marketing funnel with ChatGPT

05:22
20

Identifying your buyer persona with ChatGPT

05:12
21

Creating a lead magnet with ChatGPT

08:14
22

Creating copy for the landing page and social media with ChatGPT

06:34
23

Writing a complete email sequence for your funnel with ChatGPT

03:59

ChatGPT: Website content

24

Website content & creation opportunities with ChatGPT

03:43
25

Introduction to using ChatGPT in your website

02:12
26

Website copy for the homepage, about us page and contact us page

03:55
27

Landing page headlines and copy

02:57
28

Meta descriptions with ChatGPT

01:46
29

CRASH COURSE: Website Creation with WordPress

31:55

ChatGPT Revenue: Online Courses

30

Creating online courses with ChatGPT

01:10
31

Come Up with Online Course Ideas

01:44
32

Write an Online Course Outline

03:22
33

Write a Course Promo Video Script & Launch Email

02:45
34

Write Educational Content & Emails for Students

04:38
35

Answer Student Questions

05:07

Midjourney AI: First Steps to passive income with Midjourney

36

Creating your Midjourney account

03:31
37

Generating images with Midjourney

09:15
38

Midjourney Parameters, Prompts, and advanced options

09:17

Midjourney Revenue: Creating Art in Seconds

39

Midjourney revenue opportunities

05:14
40

Creating product images with Midjourney

04:09
41

Creating product photographs with Midjourney

02:47
42

Creating website ideas with Midjourney

02:23

Midjourney Revenue: Graphic design

43

Logo design opportunities

02:47
44

Creating a Logo for my business with Midjourney

02:25
45

How to vectorize your logo with AI

03:28
46

Other AI tools to create business logo

04:11

Midjourney Revenue: Selling your Art

47

How and where to sell your AI generated art

04:59

Midjourney Revenue: Bestselling T-shirts

48

Etsy + Midjourney + ChatGPT opportunities

03:20
49

Formula to generate unlimited T-shirt prompts

02:58
50

Generating the images for your T-shirts

06:40
51

Sourcing the T-shirts and shipping to your clients

07:04
52

All you need to grow your Etsy business

08:58

Case Study: ChatGPT eBook Creation From Idea to Your First Amazon Sale

53

Introduction to the Case Study: Start Making Money with Amazon Books in 24 Hours

12:37
54

Come Up with Your Book Idea with ChatGPT

23:33
55

Outline Your Book with ChatGPT

03:55
56

Writing a Book with ChatGPT

12:39
57

Basic Formatting in Google Docs

03:36
58

Signing Up for Amazon Kindle Direct Publishing

02:48
59

Adding Kindle Book Details - Part 1

13:39
60

Formatting Your Book for Amazon Kindle

07:36
61

Design a Book Cover that Stands Out

13:53
62

How to Price Your New Book

05:11
63

Marketing Your Book

11:49
64

Turning Your eBook into a Hardcover and Paperback Book

11:09

Conclusion to the Course

65

Thank You - You're Done!

01:16

Lesson Info

Adding Kindle Book Details - Part 1

All right. So the first thing we're going to do is walk through this first Kindle ebook details page. And I'm going to show you the example that I already did for this case study. And then I'm gonna use the landscape photography book that I'm going to publish. Next as another example of how to do it. So here you can quickly see that I already had a title 52 Photography Challenges. And then the subtitle one year of inspiration to improve your photography. I came up with that, but you can have chat GP T help with this. So for example, what I would do with my landscape photography workshop course that I'm converting to a book, which in essence, would be the same if I just started from scratch, using the outline that we created in Chat G BT and had it work through all of those chapters. But I want to use the one I'm actually going to publish for our case study. I'm keeping it all in the same thread of this um this prompt. So it's all organized. I'm going to ask Chachi Pt to write out five ...

title ideas for this book. I'm also going to have them be seo friendly, make them seo friendly for Amazon. So here we're getting some title ideas and what I have found beneficial for doing this is I can mix and match. So I don't necessarily have to take the first one or one of these. I can take the title and then also the subtitle, which on Amazon KDP, you're going to need the subtitle, something to note and be aware of though, is that one? This can't be changed after being published. So unlike things like youtube titles or online courses where you can play around with the title, um It has to be this after you publish it. And then also the title has and subtitle has to be on the cover of the book. So when you're designing your book cover, you gotta make sure that you can fit all that text and make it look nice. And so the title, you might not want it to be a super long sort of fill packed with a bunch of keywords. You might want it to be kind of more basic. So it shows up on Amazon better. So mastering landscape photography, that's great essential techniques and tips for captivating nature shots. I think landscape photography has to be in the title. Mastering landscape photography. I like that a step by step guide to perfecting your landscape at RV skills. I like that essential techniques and tips for captivating nature shots. I like that as well. So I'm gonna take the first part, mastering landscape photography for our new book. And then for the second one, I'm going to take unlocking the secret. This is where you can be a little bit more creative with it. I think I like this one best because it matches what this specific class is. Pro tips and techniques for capturing nature's majesty. I might adjust this to capturing beautiful landscapes. Yeah, we can play around with that. I would probably spend a little bit more time kind of thinking about this. But I'm gonna put that in for now series. We're skipping edition. We're skipping author. We're gonna put my name, contributors leave that. All right, description. We have a 4000 characters. So I found that chat GP t um didn't understand characters exactly, but we can prompt it and see. So I'm gonna write, write a 4000 character description of this book for Amazon. It should be se optimized with keywords related to landscape photography. It should be inspiring and have a list of key takeaways from the book. We can start with this prompt and then edit later. So as this finishes up, I can see that it's using the title of the book several times. Great for Keyword and seo for that title, it has that list of key takeaways which is visually nice and easy for our readers. I'm going to take it to word counter dot net where you can do a character counter and see that it does a pretty good job. So 3000 characters, it didn't follow the 4000. Exactly. Here's where you might want to go in. Of course, you want to edit these things, you want to make sure that you're using things like bolding and um just formatting to make it look nice on the Amazon page and then you would go in and edit this. Uh Next we have publishing rights, so you own the copyright. Although this is sort of a blurred area where we're still figuring out who truly owns the copyright to the material that Chat GP T and these other A I tools produce for us. If it's taken from your work, your videos that you've created, converted to text that's rewritten, using these tools that's different than having it written all by itself where Chat GP T was trained on text that was on the internet from other places. And it's combining that text in a way that it's trying to be unique to you, although that might be coming from somewhere else. And so there's sort of a blurred line where we have to figure this out for. Now. It's kind of up to you to determine whether you want to say you own the copyright or not. You can also put it as a public domain work, but that means other people can use your, your books for you. They can kind of just take it, resell it, repackage it however you want. Um But also you gotta be careful and you might want to edit it. There's some plagiarism detectors out there that you might want to try out and these things are gonna get better and better. But um this is definitely sort of a tricky area right now with the new A I world that we're in. The next section is keywords. So let me show you the keywords that I have put in for our, our other book right here. So we have photography, portrait, photography, photography, for beginners, photography techniques, et cetera. These are all keywords that what is a keyword, it's a word that someone might be searching for or what's related to your book. So if someone searches for it, it will show up. And so this is another area you can ask. Cha GP T we have a list of seven keywords, write a list of seven keywords or key phrases for this book. I'm gonna re write that, write a list of seven keywords for this book. I might do both separately because it looks like it did key phrases and keywords, landscape photography, major, photography, photography, composition, like lighting techniques. You always want to make sure that your keywords, your description, the things that you are putting into your landing page essentially for your book match what is in the book. Because if it doesn't, then your the expectation from the audience is not being met. So for example, if I had portrait photography in here, because I thought, well, this is about portrait, I, that's a popular topic and I want this book to show up. But then people who are searching for portrait photography see this and they're like, what is this about then? That's not good. So what I'm going to do is I'm going to take out lighting techniques. I'm gonna take this, I'm gonna add in photography using my brain. I'm gonna say travel photography is one is a topic that someone might who search for travel, photography might want this book as well. And then I'll have landscape because I do have a section on editing, photography, editing. All right. So those are keywords. Next, we're gonna look at categories. This is a whole science in itself as well. And the way we are going to determine the categories we're in because you might be like, well, what categories do I want? You can go in here and you could actually just go in and choose them. So set categories and you can kind of search through and try to find what categories you are good for you. The other way to do this is if you're on Amazon dot com, you can go to Kindle, which there's a link up here at the top and then we can go to categories and here you can kind of start to start to see an easier view of what the categories are. Arts and photography is likely where our book is going to be. And then underneath here on the left under department, you can see that there's even some more subcategories. So once we have sort of a general understanding where what department or category it is, we can go from there or if we want to just let's go back to the home page of Kindle books and search for, let's go ahead and search for landscape photography. We can look at these other books. I'm gonna open the top selling books. This one here, this one here, this one here. And then when you're on this page for these books, you can find the categories that they are in by scrolling down to the product detail and you can see digital photography, photography, reference, digital photography as well in books. That's kind not the Kindle one. So let's go to great landscape photography and see as well. Digital photography, photography reference this last one, photography reference, it's only in photography or reference. So that's interesting. So you want to make sure that you are using two categories because putting it in two categories that are also not in the same main category helps because it will make your book show up in separate places, especially on those best seller lists if you end up on a best seller. So let's go ahead and under nonfiction, there's going to be a photography section and I just know this. So you might, you know, need to kind of like figure this out yourself over time, depending on, on your, your topic. So you could put it under general or we could put it under, there's an specific landscape category which is good. I would do that because now let me show you. So if I was just under general, this is a nice way to see this. Our book. If someone is searching on Amazon and they're going by categories, our book would show up under landscape category, under subjects and themes under photography. But if we had just chosen general, it wouldn't show up under this landscapes category. So you wanna go specific, even though we're under a landscape, it'll still go under the photography um category and then under nonfiction as well under photography, we are going to put it under maybe reference that might be good. Trying to think if there was anything else techniques could be under there as well. Digital photography might be a better place to put it instead of reference. I'm trying to like dive into digital photography that might be at not under there. Yeah, I would probably do that. I think those are probably the best for this book. It's under landscape subjects, themes, photography, as well as digital techniques, photography, because it is technically a technique as well. So then I would save that and it adds there. So basically for categories, what you're doing is you're trying to find subcategories that are not in the same exact main category or subcategory. So I wouldn't pick like two categories under subjects and themes. I try to spread it out so that our book shows up more age, age range, grade level. This is only if you, your book has that. This book doesn't preorder if you want to have it for preorder where you want like a specific launch date in the future and you want to build up some marketing, you can have that available for preorder or just publish it as soon as you can publish it. So I'm gonna click save and continue. And then in the next video, we'll go over the Kindle Ebook content, which is where we're going to use the Kindle editor that Amazon provides to format properly, get our actual file ready to upload to Amazon.

Class Materials

Bonus Materials

ChatGPT+Prompts+Guide+-+Making+money+with+ChatGPT+&+Midjourney.pdf

Ratings and Reviews

Ann Albers
 

I have been using ChatGPT since early this year and love it, but there's always more to learn to pass along to clients. What a great, practical class with cookbook like instructions for getting set up and using it on various platforms. Funny enough, I was uploading art I created in AI and doctored up in photoshop while I was listening :) Well done!

Isabelle Leroux
 

Wow! This was an easier process than I thought, with the follow and do as you go along with the videos. I am finishing up my first journal to be published and 3 more in the works. Can’t wait to see how it goes with the sales! Thank you so so much for this complete and thorough course!

Patricia
 

Handy tips for using various AI tools to earn money as side hustle or income.

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