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Are you planning to create a digital guide for your customers? Or a downloadable checklist or a whitepaper? Whether it's a huge book or a few-page long digital guide, you have quite a few unique ways to market and monetize it. Creating a digital book can help you with quite a few marketing goals: Whether you plan to publish a paperback or a digital book or both, there are quite a few ways to market it online.…

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    Ann Smarty

    over 3 years ago #

    Thanks so much for sharing, Nadav!

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    Lisa Sicard

    over 3 years ago #

    Hi Nadav, Thanks for sharing this piece as I'm now working on a new eBook and wanted to market it this time on Amazon. I'll have to check out those detailed directions. I also like the idea of making it a flipbook, great ideas!

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    Swadhin Agrawal

    over 3 years ago #

    Hi Nadav,
    Awesome tips on marketing mate!

    Flipsnack is something I did not try and seems interesting.
    Ways to market is great including ViralContentBuzz which I have been using since quite a time and it is great service to get more reach and exposure. :)


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    Brenda Pace

    over 3 years ago #

    Hi Nadav!
    Thanks for this list of awesome tools! I am very intrigued at the idea of Flipsnack. I've created a few ebooks, not related to my business, but can see the value in such a tool. Creating a course along with an ebook is something I've been seeing a lot of lately. However, me personally, I'd rather get the ebook and go at my own pace, than a course. I just don't have the time to commit to courses as of late.
    I'm bookmarking this post so I can reference it when I need to. Thank so much!

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    Ryan Biddulph

    over 3 years ago #

    Nadav this is a smart share by Ann! Pun intended Ann LOL! Awesome post though, especially for a stiff like me with 126 eBooks ;) Spreading the word through blogging, turning some to audio, paperback and promoting thru other channels too. Thanks!

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    Joy Healey

    over 3 years ago #

    Thanks for pointing out Ann's post, Nadav.

    For me, creating the eBook in the first place is the easy part. Marketing it is more difficult, and there's no real end to that phase.

    There were some great new ideas in here that I hadn't thought of before. I'm especially looking forward to trying out Commun.It and Viral Content Buzz as I hadn't come across them before.

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    James McAllister

    over 3 years ago #

    A bit surprised not to see Smashwords next to Amazon here, they send it to all of the other major eBook retailers like iBooks and Nook which also does well in terms of building authority (and boosting sales, too.)

    When I used to publish a lot of eBooks I focused too much on volume and perhaps not enough on marketing, so I never got the chance to try out many of the things mentioned here. However, I know without a doubt they would've helped.

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    Ankit Kumar Singla

    over 3 years ago #

    Great share. TY!

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    David Milberg

    over 3 years ago #

    Great tips, thank you for sharing! I have seen such a proliferation of courses these days from different leaders and even non-leaders in the industry. I can definitely see how developing a quality course would be beneficial to both you and the customer.

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    Lorraine Reguly

    over 3 years ago #

    These are all great ideas for promoting books/e-books and other free things.

    I have used Amazon. I've never heard of Kajabi. It sounds pretty cool... albeit a bit expensive.

    But if you reach the masses and make a lot of sales, the initial investment doesn't seem like much. It's all a matter of perspective.