Are you having trouble selling or even giving your book away? I know how you feel, and that's why I researched 75 different eBook promotion sites that'll get your book the attention it deserves.
- 30 sites that promote your book for free;
- 15 sites that promote your book for free and give you paid advertising;
- 30 sites that offer paid advertising promotions.
I'm not going to lie to you; you can get all this information free online. I mean, all these sites are out there, and I give you the links to them.
But why give yourself the hassle of surfing the internet for hours or days to find them all? Wouldn't it just be easier to get them in one simple book that provides the complete rundown? After all, you'll be able to use the time you save to finish your next book.
Get your book downloaded, sold, reviewed, and admired. Finally make your self-publishing dreams come true!
A few months ago I was browsing through one of the many emails I get listing free eBooks available, and this happened to be one of them. Approaching my own free promotion on Amazon, I was totally on board for finding other websites to submit to. Eager to find new hidden gems, I tore through this book with fervor, and for the first time ever used the Bookmark feature on my Kindle.
However, my hopes for finding more websites were, sadly, squashed. Many of the websites in this book I already had on my own list, and had submitted to. Now, that’s not to take credit away from Strandberg. It took me quite some time to compile the list I have. So let me say, if you don’t already have a lengthy list, he is saving you a TON of time. The information in this book will be very valuable to you. I will add to that by saying I did end up with a handful of new websites to add to my list - so, still worth reading even in my case.
Where I did find a lot of new information was in the paid promotional opportunities. Any marketing budget I have to work with is minimal, at best. So where I chose to spend that money is very important to me, and I don’t go into it blindly. Many of the websites listed in the paid opportunities I hadn’t tried or researched before. Thus, Strandberg has saved me a ton of time creating a list of paid options.
Overall, if you haven’t yet put much time into researching the options out there, or really don’t care to dive into the countless internet search results, this book is for you. And if you’re like me, only now starting to look into paid opportunities, this book will help cut back on the researching. I would have given this book five stars except for some repetition between the free and paid websites, although I can understand why the author might have done this. Some people might only be interested in the free options, or just the paid, but not both. In which case, if you don’t read the book in whole you could miss some websites. My vote, this book is worth a read and recommendation, because he takes the headache out of compiling a big list yourself.
So, if you'd rather shell out the $3.99 (a good deal in my book) then spend tons of time finding this information online, go grab yourself a copy on Amazon.
About Greg Strandberg:
Greg Strandberg was born and raised in Helena, Montana. He graduated from the University of Montana in 2008 with a BA in History.
When the American economy began to collapse Greg quickly moved to China, where he became a slave for the English language industry. After five years of that nonsense he returned to Montana in June, 2013.
Greg is currently running for the Montana House of Representatives, House District 98.
When not writing his blogs, novels, or web content for others, Greg enjoys reading, hiking, biking, and spending time with his wife and young son.