One of the best things about being an entrepreneur is the ability to be quick and nimble and try new promotions. Larger companies can often get lost in their routines and are often unwilling to turn right when they’ve always gone left.
Some savvy psychics and remote viewers are looking to bring in another source of income by writing prediction e-books. While the jury is out on whether they will be successful, they are capitalizing on a couple of interesting trends.
The first trend is that predictions are very popular particularly around the new year, as people speculate about the next 12 months and are interested in hearing what psychics have to say not just about their lives, but about the world at large. There is likely to be even more interest in predictions this year with so many worldly events capturing people’s attention such as terrorist threats and the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
The second trend is the popularity of e-books. E-books are easy to write because they don’t have to be too lengthy, and there is not a big production process that writers have to go through. You simply write your manuscript, have a graphic designer do a cover and upload it to Amazon’s kindle publishing system.
So how are these two trends being capitalized on? Check out these prediction e-books that have been released in recent weeks:
Trump for President: Astrological Predictions provides John Hogue’s intuitive feelings about Donald Trump’s chances to win the White House in the United States. At $3.99, the e-book will likely make a good impulse buy for those interested in both politics and psychic predictions. Hogue has written other prediction books and is an expert on the prophecies of Nostradamus.
Fifty Psychic Predictions For 2016 and Beyond was written by the Annapolis Remote Viewing Group, an organization that practices their psychic ability. How innovative of them to take their skill set and create a book around it. At $2.99 on Kindle, again, the book makes a great impulse buy for prediction fans.
Predictions 2016 is another glimpse into 2016, this time by M. Lawrence. At $.99 the book is not going to put anyone out, so there is little reason not to buy it if you’re a predictions fan.
Clearly these ebooks don’t have a long shelf life, but they could bring psychics some extra cash if predictions are something they do anyway. They can also serve as marketing tools, as they can introduce you and your services to a brand new audience. Once they read one ebook written by you, what’s to stop them from clamoring for more of your metaphysical wisdom?