What do you think of my new book cover?
I gathered the services of fiverr.com to get a new ebook cover for my financial advice book, "The Art of Saving: How to Create Your Money Masterpiece". Did I get my money's worth?
I like it. It's contemporary, and the title clearly stands out from the image. I think it shows it's a book of knowledge by the typography used and the bill on the easel is a nice touch. The figure is indiscriminate so it shows that this book acceptable for a wide audience.
I don't know if you got your money's worth because I don't know how much you paid. It doesn't look too expensive but as long as it does the job, that's all that matters, right? Good luck with it.
Yes You did get your money's worth? It is a very clean, descriptive, appealing and a colorful eye catcher.
I honestly really like your book cover. It's one of those rare pictures that captivates a person to look at for some time. You definitely did get your moneys worth! Keep on hubbing
As an artist, I have to say that it works beautifully. It communicates the concept succinctly; it's well-crafted and attractive.
Yes, I think you got your money's worth.
Now, a more meaningful approach might have been to take rough sketches of several ideas and survey them amongst your target audience. "Which book would you buy?"
Completely love it and love how it connects to the title. Saw that you commented you hired someone for $5.00 to do it... you did great! Great score, nice cover which I feel will definitely attract readers. I am curious what is your price range for you eBook?
Thanks for your feedback! I am thinking that I will go for a cheap price range on my ebook (Maybe $5 in homage to my cover), and then a print edition for a little more to cover costs. It will be available soon, and I will post info on my page & h
Hello question answer people! Since I gathered information about the book cover, here is the information for the completed product:
http://www.amazon.com/The-Art-Saving-Cr … van+wright
Thanks for your feedback!
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