ideas change the worldA couple of days ago, I talked about my two best-selling books (so far), and today, I’m sharing a tip on how you can generate profitable ebook ideas for your own Kindle publishing efforts.

See, whenever I see something that’s working, I study it and figure out what I did differently and how I can do it better next time. So, here’s what I’ve come up with.

Something I did here that might have been particularly useful was to use the analytics from my site, which is where many of my readers find me – but also a super-sharp way for me to find out what people want to know and what I can write to help them to improve their life in some way (that’s my general mission with all of my books – they must, in some way, have a positive effect on a person’s life).

I look at the Acquisition tab in Google Analytics, specifically the SEO/Queries section. This offers some really helpful insights – you can find out not only what people searched to find your site, but also how you ranked in those search results and how long the people stuck around and read or clicked through on your site (and much more!).

Another way to utilize your analytics this way is to look at the landing pages – which articles and posts are people hitting most often? Those can offer insight into your best potential n0n-fiction ebook ideas.

And there are tons of other tools within the free Google Analytics interface – one that tells you the demographic of your average user, another that will even tell you what they’re into and what kinds of content they might like to read.

It’s always smart to know what people are looking for – but even more, if you can find out what they’re looking for from YOU, you’re golden.

I’ve also found plenty of other effective ways to come up with best-selling ideas for Kindle ebooks – and I’ll be sharing them with you in the coming weeks. Some are my own, and others belong to the many authors whose work I’ve been devouring recently. In either case, I’ll give credit where it’s due.

Until then, let me know – what are your best ideas for finding good ideas for your best-selling ebooks? Share your thoughts in the comments section, or hit me up on Facebook! I can’t wait to hear what works for you.