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Jon

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Hi @Jon

thanks for that.

I watched a video that said as a rough rule of thumb to go with keywords that return less than a 1000 results (I think it also said something like Amzon will say "more than 1000 results found though") and as you point out, this tends to be a longer string of words (long tail key words?).

For anyone else who's doing this, the one thing I've noticed so far is you would be surprised by how popular some niches and how relatively unpopular some are, so I think it's certainly worth doing the keyword research, even if it is very boring!
Aye, long tail keywords tend to show higher user intent as well ;)
 

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Aye, long tail keywords tend to show higher user intent as well ;)
Ah nice! I've also noticed that although you might get some niches with lots of competition, such as "weight loss for women", there's no reason why I couldn't create a weightloss ebook that's aimed at women but has a longer tail keyword like weight loss for women who are mums. It's actually more interesting than I thought it would be! :geek:
 
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Does anybody know where I could find a step by step guide for beginners on the ebook Amazon KDP process? As I've mentioned above, I've done a good bit of keyword research now and I think I have a book in mind but I'm not sure whether to crack on with the design aspect of it (and I'm sure there's lots to learn there too) or to think about things like the book title, description etc.

Cheers, guys.
 

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I would drop @amyjay a line ;)

 

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Does anybody know where I could find a step by step guide for beginners on the ebook Amazon KDP process? As I've mentioned above, I've done a good bit of keyword research now and I think I have a book in mind but I'm not sure whether to crack on with the design aspect of it (and I'm sure there's lots to learn there too) or to think about things like the book title, description etc.

Cheers, guys.
Amazon itself will be the best place to start.


Let me know if you have any questions
 

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