As a Kindle publisher, the new Kindle Fire HD means your work can be in the hands of millions more Kindle readers. Here are a few considerations that will make a difference in your publishing.
- Sharp, Clean and Colorful HD Screen
While not many Kindle book publishers delve into the picture book side of things, the upcoming release of Kindle Fire HD is truly set to change the game for this small sub-set of the industry. Sharper, cleaner and more color visuals will not only serve to encourage more people to utilize the device for reading and looking at Kindle picture books – most likely in regards to their children or siblings – but also segues directly into our next point…
- Much More Crucial Emphasis on Well-Designed Kindle Book Covers
Obviously Kindle Fire HD readers will mostly be browsing and purchasing new books to read on the device itself, so naturally this will give a renewed and crucial importance to Kindle book cover designs as a whole. As the “first impression” aspect of the marketplace process, the sharper, clearer visuals will enable book designs to have that much more of an impact on potential readers in convincing them to pull the trigger and make the purchase.
- More Convenient, Comfortable and Affordable Kindle Fire HD Package Equals More Potential Readers
It really goes without saying, but the more comfortable, affordable and all-around convenient package that the Kindle Fire HD offers will only serve to entice more people who’d previously been unable to read Kindle books the new opportunity to finally do so. When it’s all said and done, this ultimately ensures more potential readers for your given Kindle book and, as we all know full well, the more potential readers we have, the more opportunities there will be to make a sale.
While the overall effect the Kindle Fire HD will have on your particular author or publishing business is dependent on the kinds of Kindle books that you promote, it’s really quite obvious that — at the very least — the Kindle Fire HD will ultimately serve to convert more and more people into the magically wonderful world of tablet book reading. And for us, that is a good thing.