Sell the most e-books

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(Publishers Weekly)

An e-book is a digital book. You can read e-books on a computer or a handheld device. E-books are popular because you can get the book instantly and it is easier for travel. I like them because I can have multiple books at the same time. The hardest part is trying to market them. This website talks about five ways to sell e-books.

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Just give it out for free: If you are a new author giving it away for a limited time is a great idea. Who doesn’t want a free book? This will allow you to test your book and have it spread word of mouth.

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Price is important: Most e-books go for $0.99. This low price is a great way to get people to read your book. Darcie Chan said,”Readers are more willing to take a chance on a completely unknown author at that price point.”

Work with a blogger: You can promote your books on blogs. Getting mentioned on an e-book blog will help get you lots of downloads. E-book blogs have loyal followers and they will trust the blogger. It is worth paying the blog to promote your book.

Get paid reviews: Having reviews for your book will help sell it. Nobody wants to buy a book that has no reviews. There is websites that will review your book for a price. It is worth the money to have a review.

Get sponsored: Find a sponsor that connects to your target audience. Try to find a sponsor that will pay you upfront. Having that money early will help you with bills and give your sponsor advertising space. You can also work promotional events for your sponsor.

tumblr_mkf3go64LZ1ql0yg1o4_250I will always prefer real books but e-books are nice for travel.

Bobbi Jo

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