As many of you know by now, I have been publishing both on the Kindle and the B&N platform simultaneously. Anyone who is serious about making money from ebooks should diversify as much as possible to effectively maximize their earnings.
While my Nook sales are considerably lower (err, MUCH lower) than my Kindle sales, they do provide a decent amount that feels rather unexpected, or passive. Even if I only made $1 each month from this platform, that’s still $12 in my pocket each year. And if you’re smart with your money, you know you can easily invest it into something and triple it.
You get the idea.
So, my Nook earnings are climbing slowly but surely, and I can’t wait to make a decent income from B&N one day.
Are you publishing books on the Nook yet? If not, I HIGHLY suggest you start doing it. It’s the logical thing to do if you truly wish to maximize your profits. Remember, these business exist for a reason; they want you to offer quality work to readers. In exchange, everyone wins in the end, including B&N, you, and the readers.