Kindle Book Sales Reports – Tracking Book Sales in Real Time

Are you a Kindle Publisher who's fed up with the lame sales report that KDP has available?

Do you want to see everything, royalties (all currencies) and KENP, in one simple screen?

GOOD!

I did too, a few months ago, and in today's post I'm going to show you how to track your Kindle book sales by using a free web-based app that will help you track your sales better each and every month (or day)!

Get Book Report

Book Report is a bookmark software(goes with your other bookmarks on Google Chrome) that transforms the "Reports" section of you KDP dashboard to this beautiful web page:

kindle book sales reports

This dashboard lets you see your sales data, for the day, at a glance! I can't believe I went months without this...

Here's how the dashboard looks under the "Historical" tab of the Book report dashboard(same type of deal): ​

kindle book sales reports

The graph you get is just amazing! You can track the sales report, the KENP count, or a combination of the two for each day of the month - beautiful.

How to Get Started

Go to getbookreport.com

After you click on the the button follow the simple instructions and you'll be set in no more than 5 minutes (if not 1 minute). 

kindle book sales reports

Free vs Paid Version

I want to be 100% clear on this. 

Get Book Report is free only until you cross a fair threshold.

​Once your Kindle royalties crosses the $1,000 a month mark you're going to have to pay for this service.

I recently crossed the $1,000 milestone for Kindle royalties and when I logged on this morning and I got this message when I turned on my Book Report dashboard:

kindle book sales reports

The payment options went through easily and I was able to resume using the Book Report dashboard.

Conclusion

At this point, the balls in your court. I highly recommend getting Book Report asap.

This software as it'll make more sense of your sales every day, month, and year! And for more details on how to use it, check out the video towards the top of this post.

P.S. Check out the "​Play ka-ching noise for new sales" feature in the settings tab...hasn't gotten old yet!

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John

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