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Is a Kindle Unlimited Subscription Worth it for Your Business?

I’m just finishing up my first year as a member of Kindle Unlimited.

Recently I’ve mentioned that to a few people, and the first thing they ask me is, “Is it worth it?”

I can only answer that for me personally, but I thought I’d tell you some things that I’ve learned over the past year using Kindle Unlimited.

For me, it ended up being worth it. I read 98 books (and I still have 18 days left until the 1-year subscription is up.) At $9.99 a month, that means each book cost on average $1.22 per book. Most of the books I read seemed to be between $3.99 – $5.99 each, with some of course being lower, and others higher.

Now, most of the time once I read something, I’m done with it and don’t care if I still own it, so having to give the books back didn’t bother me.

I did like that you could have 10 books at a time though. That was great for two reasons. The first being that when I was going on a vacation, I’d get 10 books and know I’d have more than enough for the trip.

The second reason is sometimes when I’m reading a business book, I need to think about it for a bit while I read something else, and I like being able to go back to it.

Now if you’re looking for bestsellers – either for fiction or business books, you won’t find many here.

But if you’re looking for helpful business books and don’t care that they’re by authors you may have never heard of, you’ll be happy. Don’t worry. You can still find very highly rated books.

While I admit I mostly read fiction, a decent amount of the books I got out were business related in some way.

There were some that were about growing your business, productivity, specific money making models, mindset, etc…

Do I think there are enough Kindle Unlimited books if you’re JUST interested in business books?


Here are a few books that I have found that look great. Some I have read, and some I will be reading soon, and all have great reviews:

I could keep on going all day…but I won’t. Sure, you can buy them individually if you want. But if you like having a library that you can read what you want, when you want it, all without paying an extra, this is a great way to do it.

I’ve already paid for the next year, and know I’ll get my money’s worth out of it.

If you’re not sure if it’s for you…but it sounds interesting, consider getting a 30-day free trial.

At the end of the month, see how many books you read. If it was worth it, you can continue. If not, cancel and you didn’t pay anything for it.

Get Your Free 30-Day Trial of Amazon Kindle Unlimited Now!

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