Table of Contents
- What is it?
- Short Review
- Before You Buy K Money Mastery
- What I Liked
- What I Didn't Like
- Final Review
Product Name: K Money Mastery
Product Owner: Stefan Pylarinos
Advertised Price: $60
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What is it?
KMoney Mastery is short for Kindle Money Mastery. It’s supposed to be a complete course to teach you how to create, publish and sell ebooks on Amazon’s platform
This is a good product if you want get an understanding of the basics of how to make money selling books on Kindle. But there’s some advice that could hurt you if you aren’t careful. Overall though, I’d say the price is worth getting all this information in one spot from person who is actually having some success.
Before You Buy K Money Mastery
With any product you buy online you will also be asked to buy upsells. Upsells are simply additional offers that the product’s creator thinks you might be interested in based on your purchase.
With K Money Mastery there is two upsells:
The First Upsell
The First upsell is called How to Write a Book in 24 Hours. And I’ve got to say, this one caught my attention.
Upsells usually annoy or they flat out turn me into the Hulk. But this one is intriguing. It’s related to the original product and it was created by Stefan. Often, upsells are not created by the same person you just bought from.
I decided to pass on this offer though. But at $17 it might be worth looking into later.
The second upsell is supposed to help you learn to hire and work with a virtual assistant. It’s called The Kindle Virtual Assistant Training Program.
There is already a ton of information available on this topic. There’s even some inside K Money Mastery. So, this is probably a topic worth discovering. Unfortunately, at an additional cost of $147 I had to also pass on this one.
Whether or not you buy these are up to you. I didn't buy them, so do not have insight into whether or not they are worth the price. $147 seems like a lot of money to spend when I haven't even seen the product I just bought though. Situations like this are frustrating Stefan. Lemme see what I bought first, then let me decide if I trust you enough to throw down 3x what I just spent.
What I Liked
I’m happy to say there are a definitely some things to like about this product
Stefan offers a discounted trial so anyone who’s thinking of buying it, can check it out without going all in at $60. It’s not a free trial, but at $7 for seven days of access I’d say it’s reasonably fair.
Anytime a product creator offers a trial like this it’s usually a good sign that there’s some valuable information inside. Products with no value to add typically don’t let users in for free or at a discount.
There’s too much for them to lose by doing so.
Actually, a trial offer is one of the more important factors I take into consideration when reviewing a product. I like to see free trial but seven bucks isn’t bad, and I understand the reasoning behind it. It’s definitely worth that to take a peek at what K Money Mastery has to offer.
Lots of Content
After I made my purchase and was taken to the members are for K Money mastery I was surprised by how much content was there. I’ve rarely seen this much content packed into one members area. It is separated into five main areas. Actually there’s more but those five hold most of the content.
Of those five, the section marked “Lessons”, is of course, where most of the informational content is housed. In this section you will find more than twenty lessons. Each with at least one video and a few downloadable resources like PDFs, audio interviews, infographics and anything else that is relevant to that specific lesson.
Stefan clearly knows his stuff when it comes to publishing ebooks. He’s been doing it successfully for years and the content in the lessons he provides is a clear representation of that. The information is put together nicely, it makes sense and it’s easy to use. That’s what makes this much content valuable.
What I Didn't Like
Before you decide to purchase this course, you should consider the things below.
If you were hoping to buy this product to learn about creating and marketing fiction book then you’re out of luck. Every bit of information in K Money Mastery is centered firmly around non-fiction topics like health, wealth and dating.
The product really isn’t about building your name as an author, it’s about building a business and using ebooks to drive traffic to a website. So in reality, this is just another traffic strategy, although it’s a good one.
Bad Advice on Outsourcing
Outsourcing book creation seems to be popular advice, but it’s a bad idea to outsource to the lowest bidder. Stefan refers to Fiverr a lot for his outsourcing needs, and in some cases that might be okay. But quality writing cannot be bought for five dollars.
Good writing could easily cost you thousands of dollars for an entire book, which Stefan measures to be anywhere between three thousand and fifteen thousand words.
One a side note; I noticed that Stefan prefers to write all his own books. He mentions this on several occasions throughout the course. He uses Fiverr to outsource other things, like book covers.
If you do decide to outsource the book’s writing be sure you hire a quality writer who understands the topic. If you decide to outsource a cover, make sure they are using original artwork because a lot of guys on Fiverr simply copy stuff from other places without you knowing!
No One to Help You
Writing and publishing a book on your own is a pretty complicated thing to do. The writing part alone is enough to worry most people. But there’s lots of other stuff that goes into this process like formatting, legal issues and various promotional strategies. That means there’s a lot of room for error.
Without a community or some type of support system you are going to be on your own entirely. You need someone — preferably more than one person — to bounce ideas around, talk strategy and ensure that you don’t make unnecessary mistakes.
The lack of community or support is the reason so many beginners fail.
This was a quality course for a fair price. This guide did a great job talking about how to publish non-fiction books on Kindle, but left out a lot of information about the actual writing process. I felt it wasn't really a complete look at how someone can start writing a book today, and get it published on Amazon without needing a bunch of outside sources to supplement the content.