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Kindle Unlimited Book Scams, Cheats, Click Farms, Can Pay Authors $15,000/Week with KU KENP eBook Downloads, Pages Read In April 2018, all of my Kindle books received at page count of Kindle Edition Normalized Pages (KENP) Read from KU (Kindle Unlimited) and KOLL of 1,431 pages read. Of those 1,431 pages read from Kindle readers, that brought me $5.31 - at least for the K Kindle Unlimited Book Scams, Cheats, Click Farms, Can Pay Authors $15,000/Week with KU KENP eBook Downloads, Pages Read In April 2018, all of my Kindle books received at page count of Kindle Edition Normalized Pages (KENP) Read from KU (Kindle Unlimited) and KOLL of 1,431 pages read. Of those 1,431 pages read from Kindle readers, that brought me $5.31 - at least for the Kindle Edition Normalized Pages (KENP) Read from KU and KOLL. That means I made $0.0037 for each page that my legitimate readers read from my books. However, click farm scammers have been taking advantage of Kindle paying per page read to steal money from the fund for all authors. My “eBook Royalty” amount was $25.32 for Amazon’s U.S. section, with a “Paperback Royalty” of nothing that month added to the “KU/KOLL” amount of $5.31 - bringing a “Total Royalty” of $30.63 for my U.S. royalties for the month. If I would have hired someone on Fiverr to download my KU Kindle Unlimited Books, and give me KENP reads of five books for $5 - with each book containing 600 pages, let’s say - for a total of 3,000 pages read - that should have brought me about $11.00, netting me a $6 profit for that endeavor. But I didn’t do such a thing. I relied on Amazon’s free promotional methods to promote my Kindle books, such as creating Kindle Countdown Deals and free book promotions when I could do so. Turns out certain folks have been doing a lot more than that to bring attention to their Kindle books and gain thousands - if not millions - of dollars for their efforts. Now I Know Why My Kindle Book Earnings Dropped From $802.33 One Month to $5.46 Another Month In February 2011, I made a whopping $1.75 in Kindle book royalties. I had just published my first Kindle book in January 2011, so I was new to the game. In the more than 7 years since the time I became a Kindle book author, plenty has changed. By February 2012, I sold 97 books that month, giving away 1,340 books for free. My Kindle royalties soared to $44.62 for the month in U.S. dollars alone. My income would increase, and by May 2012, I had sold 118 books for the month, but gave away a whopping 6,549 books, which brought me $175.48 in U.S. royalties. By May 2013, the royalties would increase, because the free units and KOLL Borrows would help boost my books higher - something known as the “free book bump” or boost in Kindle author circles. I made $221.40 in U.S. royalties in May 2013, and gave away 5,666 books that month. June 2013 would enjoy $574.73 in royalties, even though I “only” gave away 1,868 books that month. July 2013 also benefitted from my previous months book boosts, because I got $598.61 in royalties, even though I gave away 718 book that month. From August 2013 to March 2014, my U.S. royalties brought in nice monthly payments, from $728.93 to $511.91 to $538.82 to $482.89 - and by the time March 2014 rolled around, I brought in a whopping $802.33 in book royalties in the U.S. My free units given away the previous month was 4,329. Other months show 4,054 books given away, while zero or only 444 books given away. But clearly things changed come July 2015. My historical Amazon report shows N/A for “KOLL Borrows” and begins showing amounts for “KENP Read,” having switched from the books borrowed to the book pages read for their payment method. The “free book” boost giveaway also seems to have changed. Now our additional royalties weren’t tied to the amount of books borrowed - no longer getting two bucks or whatever for every time someone borrowed our books - but the income tying to how many times someone flipped through our books’ pages.


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Kindle Unlimited Book Scams, Cheats, Click Farms, Can Pay Authors $15,000/Week with KU KENP eBook Downloads, Pages Read In April 2018, all of my Kindle books received at page count of Kindle Edition Normalized Pages (KENP) Read from KU (Kindle Unlimited) and KOLL of 1,431 pages read. Of those 1,431 pages read from Kindle readers, that brought me $5.31 - at least for the K Kindle Unlimited Book Scams, Cheats, Click Farms, Can Pay Authors $15,000/Week with KU KENP eBook Downloads, Pages Read In April 2018, all of my Kindle books received at page count of Kindle Edition Normalized Pages (KENP) Read from KU (Kindle Unlimited) and KOLL of 1,431 pages read. Of those 1,431 pages read from Kindle readers, that brought me $5.31 - at least for the Kindle Edition Normalized Pages (KENP) Read from KU and KOLL. That means I made $0.0037 for each page that my legitimate readers read from my books. However, click farm scammers have been taking advantage of Kindle paying per page read to steal money from the fund for all authors. My “eBook Royalty” amount was $25.32 for Amazon’s U.S. section, with a “Paperback Royalty” of nothing that month added to the “KU/KOLL” amount of $5.31 - bringing a “Total Royalty” of $30.63 for my U.S. royalties for the month. If I would have hired someone on Fiverr to download my KU Kindle Unlimited Books, and give me KENP reads of five books for $5 - with each book containing 600 pages, let’s say - for a total of 3,000 pages read - that should have brought me about $11.00, netting me a $6 profit for that endeavor. But I didn’t do such a thing. I relied on Amazon’s free promotional methods to promote my Kindle books, such as creating Kindle Countdown Deals and free book promotions when I could do so. Turns out certain folks have been doing a lot more than that to bring attention to their Kindle books and gain thousands - if not millions - of dollars for their efforts. Now I Know Why My Kindle Book Earnings Dropped From $802.33 One Month to $5.46 Another Month In February 2011, I made a whopping $1.75 in Kindle book royalties. I had just published my first Kindle book in January 2011, so I was new to the game. In the more than 7 years since the time I became a Kindle book author, plenty has changed. By February 2012, I sold 97 books that month, giving away 1,340 books for free. My Kindle royalties soared to $44.62 for the month in U.S. dollars alone. My income would increase, and by May 2012, I had sold 118 books for the month, but gave away a whopping 6,549 books, which brought me $175.48 in U.S. royalties. By May 2013, the royalties would increase, because the free units and KOLL Borrows would help boost my books higher - something known as the “free book bump” or boost in Kindle author circles. I made $221.40 in U.S. royalties in May 2013, and gave away 5,666 books that month. June 2013 would enjoy $574.73 in royalties, even though I “only” gave away 1,868 books that month. July 2013 also benefitted from my previous months book boosts, because I got $598.61 in royalties, even though I gave away 718 book that month. From August 2013 to March 2014, my U.S. royalties brought in nice monthly payments, from $728.93 to $511.91 to $538.82 to $482.89 - and by the time March 2014 rolled around, I brought in a whopping $802.33 in book royalties in the U.S. My free units given away the previous month was 4,329. Other months show 4,054 books given away, while zero or only 444 books given away. But clearly things changed come July 2015. My historical Amazon report shows N/A for “KOLL Borrows” and begins showing amounts for “KENP Read,” having switched from the books borrowed to the book pages read for their payment method. The “free book” boost giveaway also seems to have changed. Now our additional royalties weren’t tied to the amount of books borrowed - no longer getting two bucks or whatever for every time someone borrowed our books - but the income tying to how many times someone flipped through our books’ pages.

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