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What are the top 3 best method or sites to promote your e-book?

  1. Secretabundance profile image70
    Secretabundanceposted 4 years ago

    What are the top 3 best method or sites to promote your e-book?

    How do you market your e-book?  What is a realistic number of sales target you should set for yourself?

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    dragonflycolorposted 4 years ago

    You should check out the search option on HubPages and you may find the information you are looking for.  If that doesn't help, then check out www.writersdigest.com and there are forums, links, and tons of information about promoting and publishing your work.  Happy Writing!

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    sheilamyersposted 4 years ago

    I can't give you an answer because I'm no good at marketing. I am going to follow this question and maybe I can pick up a few tips along with you. Thanks for asking the question.

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    UpixxIndustriesposted 3 years ago

    First it depends on what kind of eBook and price you are offering.  Without knowing that I am going to assume that you have set a price of $20 for the book.  The reason is because anything lower than $20 then I would not bother to take the time to promote it.

    1. Get a seller's account in jvzoo.com and clickbank.com
    2. Buy a cheap domain name (prob .info) and set up a mini-site with that domain name.
    3. Then I would write a high quality content article on the book and submit to ezinearticles.com.  While that was waiting to be approved manually through them, I would spin the article I have just written and submit it to goarticles.com ensuring that I had my new domain address where i have the book stored at in the author's box.
    4. Jump to Facebook and get the word out on it and also with Twitter.
    5. Finally I would go to Amazon.com and list my new ebook with them.

    As for a realistic number of sales, that is not easy to equate because there are many factors that are involved. If you are not already credited like say Stuart Woods or Stephen King, then shooting to be on the best seller list is out of the question.  It also depends on the niche that your book is in.  I am pretty sure that weight loss, internet marketing, dogs, etc. niches will sell way better than underwater basketweaving.

    Something to remember is that your ebook is digital so do not focus on the sales aspects but rather focus on something a little bit more tangible in the business world.  Your reputation, if you build a list of followers then you will find that your book(s) will sell like hotcakes from your devoted and loyal followers.
    Hopefully this was helpful for you.