In this video, Tom Corson-Knowles, #1 Amazon bestselling author of The Kindle Publishing Bible and founder of TCK Publishing shows you how to find the Amazon ASIN number for any Kindle book or Amazon product. You'll need to know your ASIN (Amazon Sales Identification Number) for any book promotions or possibly third party apps or marketing platforms.
Use Kindle's Serial Number to remove DRM. Here is the key-step, don't directly load books into the program, instead please click 'Quick Settings' at first and you will see the information below. Click 'Use Kindle Serial Number (or PIDs)' and input your Kindle's serial number in the blank, we've already got the number in step 2.
ASIN's are like bar codes in the supermarket - they let Amazon keep track of sales of each product in the Amazon catalogue which has millions of products! Trying to figure out how to write your book or novel even faster? The key is scheduling! Writers who schedule their writing time in their calendar every week are way more productive than writers who simply write 'when they feel like it.' Learn more about writing, publishing and marketing books for free at Get your book published and professionally marketed by TCK Publishing at Get more hands-on Kindle publishing and marketing training in The Complete Kindle Publishing Course.
Cisco block mac address. Have you ever found that you paid for a Kindle book but you can’t read it on any device with any app you like? Have you ever complained that you paid for a Kindle book but you can’t share it with your family or best friend?
Have you ever been frustrated for paying for a Kindle book but you can’t print some pages you need to paper? All these are caused by the DRM (Digital Rights Management), it is adopted by online eBook retailers to bind consumers with their own device or app, and the target is pretty clear, the market share. In fact, DRM brings consumers no benefits but inconvenience.
Why Remove Kindle DRM? • To read the book we paid for on any device or app we want, not only on Kindle, Kindle Paperwhite, Kindle Fire and Kindle app.
• To share with our family or best friend. When we buy a paper book or DVD disc, it’s totally OK to share with our family or friends, why it becomes impossible for Kindle books? • To make this book 100% owned by us. You might not have realized that in fact you are just “renting” a Kindle book, Amazon can make this book no longer owned by you even without informing you. In other words, only by removing DRM you can make a safe backup for purchased Kindle books. • Print the pages out as we want. We are not just buying fictions from Amazon, sometimes we also buy textbooks or reference books, like recipes.
Therefore, printing some specific pages to paper for better usage is a pretty normal and reasonable demand. A True Story This story happened in 2012 and was reported by The Guardian, New York Times, and some other authoritative media. Here I am telling the story in brief if you do not want to read. There is an Amazon consumer called Linn, one day she received an email from Amazon.co.uk and told her that “her account is directly related to another which has been previously closed for abuse of our policies”, and the staff from Amazon didn’t want to reveal more details about the “previously closed account” or how they link the accounts together. As a result, Linn’s account is revoked and all her purchased Kindle titles are gone, without refund or anything compensation, the most pity part it, Linn even couldn’t get the real reason why this happened to her.
This is why I said at the beginning at this post, we are just “renting” eBooks from Amazon, instead of truly owning the items we are paying for. What if Linn had removed the DRM from her Kindle books and made back-ups, maybe her account would still be revoked, at least she would not losing those books she had paid for. Remove DRM doesn’t Equal Piracy As a summary, we have enough reasons to remove DRM from the books we bought, and we do not do this for piracy, but just for safe backup and the rights to enjoy the books anywhere.