Where can I sell my Ebook?

by humbledmarket Banned 5 replies
I'm looking to find more places I can sell my guide. I'm hoping to increase sales so I can flip it by the end of september for capital for my other pursuits.

I've so far used forums and forums. That's basically it. I'm going go try to get my sales page pumped up and then use solo ads and google ads.

Any other ideas?
#main internet marketing discussion forum #ebook #sell
Avatar of Unregistered
  • Profile picture of the author hometutor
    Amazon-Kindle
    Smashwords
    CreateSpace
    Payloadz


    Smashwords and Createspace will get you set up for a distribution with such formats as the Ipad, Barns and Noble etc

    Rick
    {{ DiscussionBoard.errors[2571190].message }}
  • Profile picture of the author scrofford
    Originally Posted by humbledmarket View Post

    I'm looking to find more places I can sell my guide. I'm hoping to increase sales so I can flip it by the end of september for capital for my other pursuits.

    I've so far used forums and forums. That's basically it. I'm going go try to get my sales page pumped up and then use solo ads and google ads.

    Any other ideas?
    Create or have created a sales page and pay the $49.00 and sell it on Clickbank. There are other places such as ejunkie or even paydotcom.com you can sell it on.

    Also, build a list of subscribers and sell it to them. Building a list is probably the best way to create a good solid online buisness. Hope that helps.
    {{ DiscussionBoard.errors[2571205].message }}
    • Profile picture of the author humbledmarket
      Banned
      Originally Posted by hometutor View Post

      Amazon-Kindle
      Smashwords
      CreateSpace
      Payloadz


      Smashwords and Createspace will get you set up for a distribution with such formats as the Ipad, Barns and Noble etc

      Rick
      Thanks, I'll give it a try and see how it goes with payloadz.

      I'm interested in how many sales I can actually expect from these. I've listed it on ejunkie and paydotcom marketplace with no avial. The only success I've found is through forum sales thread.

      Originally Posted by scrofford View Post

      Create or have created a sales page and pay the $49.00 and sell it on Clickbank. There are other places such as ejunkie or even paydotcom.com you can sell it on.

      Also, build a list of subscribers and sell it to them. Building a list is probably the best way to create a good solid online buisness. Hope that helps.
      Thanks very much, any idea how many sales I can expect from clickbank? I've tried listing on ejunkie with no cuess and paydotcom as well.

      The reason I'm asking is because I don't want to invest time into the wrong efforts.

      I'm considering my best effort now would be direct marketing instead of just listings but I'll give them a try
      {{ DiscussionBoard.errors[2571240].message }}
      • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
        Banned
        Originally Posted by humbledmarket View Post

        Thanks very much, any idea how many sales I can expect from clickbank? I've tried listing on ejunkie with no cuess and paydotcom as well.

        The reason I'm asking is because I don't want to invest time into the wrong efforts.
        It depends entirely on your marketing efforts, and traffic.

        The product is for sale on your own site.

        Whether you choose for customers to do the purchasing transaction at Clickbank, PayDotCom, E-Junkie or any other processing site doesn't really affect the number of sales you'll make. You still have to get the traffic.

        It's not about "how many sales you can expect from Clickbank". Clickbank isn't selling it for you. You are still the person selling it: they're just processing the transactions when you do.

        Good luck!

        Originally Posted by abdul786 View Post

        You should list your ebook for sale on as many places as you can (provided they have good reputation and reliable buyers).
        Sorry, Abdul, but this makes no sense at all. Customers don't go to "Clickbank" or to "PayDotCom" thinking "What book shall I buy today?" like they go to Barnes & Noble or to Borders thinking that. They're buying it from a vendor's website, and have to be attracted there by the individual product subject-matter, wherever it's actually being sold.

        Payment processing sites don't "have reliable buyers".
        Vendors "have reliable buyers".
        {{ DiscussionBoard.errors[2571959].message }}
  • Profile picture of the author abdul786
    You should list your ebook for sale on as many places as you can (provided they have good reputation and reliable buyers).
    {{ DiscussionBoard.errors[2571937].message }}
Avatar of Unregistered

Trending Topics