Created by Andrew Waring, Kindle Autopilot Tycoon is a training program that allegedly teaches you how to create Kindle books using outsourcing and sell them for profit.
What is the product?
Kindle Autopilot Tycoon is provided as ten videos during which Andrew Waring claims he will teach you to how to go about finding places to outsource the creation of your Kindle books, how to negotiate the best prices with writers and editors and even how to market your Kindle book on Amazon’s Kindle Store. The money making aspect is built around selling these videos you have created through outsourcing for a profit on the Kindle store.
This doesn’t mean that the whole process is handled by third parties as Andrew Waring is keen to point out you will still be required to come up with a palatable idea for your book and liaise with writers etc. There are several pieces of bonus material that come with the product, the first is the videos converted to mp3 format so they can be listened to anywhere. The other bonus content are two guides, Beyond Kindle Publishing and Passive Kindle Publishing Blueprint.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
Kindle Autopilot Tycoon is available for $7.00 which provides you with the videos and mp3 recordings as well as the bonus content. Savvy buyers can go to leave the page to get the videos only for just $5.00 and if you try to leave that page you can get the audio recordings for $2.00. With all three options there is a full 30 day money back guarantee supplied by Andrew Waring. In terms of return on your investment, this isn’t really discussed and as this is a training program results should be qualitative rather than quantitative.
That having been said when assessing the potential profitability, the results aren’t likely to be massive, perhaps a few dollars on each book. What is worth bearing in mind is that these amounts are cumulative and will continue to amass as long as your book is on sale. This means that there is potential to earn a small amount each month for very little work (once the book is available for download).
Does the product provide value for money?
Given the low purchase price I think it is difficult for Kindle Autopilot Tycoon not to make money. Even if you don’t use it for the creation of Kindle books, the information on outsourcing alone can prove valuable.
Kindle Autopilot Tycoon is exactly the kind of product that appeals to a niche market and seems to do it very well. Although not for everybody because of the work involved, for those who wish to build up a small portfolio that has the potential to consistently make (albeit small amounts) money, this seems like a must buy.