Where Can I Sell My eBooks?

by Topwriters Banned
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I have been writing different types of eBooks for the longest time, and I just realized that I already have tons on them! The topics are endless..I think I have one in every niche. I don't know what to do with them, as most clients will always request for me to make one that is according to their preference.

By the way all my eBooks are unique and never sold...so, you'll never have problems when it comes to duplicate contents.

Can you recommend a place where to sell them? I've heard about amazon, but I actually don't know where to start and how to start selling my eBooks in amazon. I'd appreciate any help.

Thanks!
#ebooks #sell
  • Profile picture of the author RCHumphrey
    Making relatively basic but aesthetic and functional websites to sell them can be effective (you could use a similar template for all of your eBooks). An advantage of this is that you have a lot of eBooks to sell so it would be more worth it for you to create individual websites for each and copy the templates over than it is to people who have written a small amount of eBooks.

    Depending on the content and quality I'd be happy to promote them for free for you (I have an advertising website which could make you a lot of sales, however, it depends on the content). If you're interested PM me with the titles of some of your eBooks,

    Ryan
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    • Profile picture of the author Topwriters
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      Originally Posted by RCHumphrey View Post

      Making relatively basic but aesthetic and functional websites to sell them can be effective (you could use a similar template for all of your eBooks). An advantage of this is that you have a lot of eBooks to sell so it would be more worth it for you to create individual websites for each and copy the templates over than it is to people who have written a small amount of eBooks.

      Depending on the content and quality I'd be happy to promote them for free for you (I have an advertising website which could make you a lot of sales, however, it depends on the content). If you're interested PM me with the titles of some of your eBooks,

      Ryan
      Hey Ryan! Your offer sounds good. I'll compile the titles in a spreadsheet and PM it to you once done. Thanks!

      By the way, setting up websites isn't my thing. In all honesty, I have one for my writing service, and I am going crazy already...I can't imagine myself having more.
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      • Profile picture of the author RCHumphrey
        Originally Posted by Topwriters View Post

        Hey Ryan! Your offer sounds good. I'll compile the titles in a spreadsheet and PM it to you once done. Thanks!

        By the way, setting up websites isn't my thing. In all honesty, I have one for my writing service, and I am going crazy already...I can't imagine myself having more.
        I look forward to it You may not be able to PM me (due to post count), if this is the case then you can e-mail me at r.c.humphrey[at]durham.ac.uk

        With regards to websites finding a cheap (or even free) template is a simple solution and wouldn't take long to do. What is your writing service website if you don't mind me asking ?
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  • Profile picture of the author DylanC
    Originally Posted by Topwriters View Post

    I have been writing different types of eBooks for the longest time, and I just realized that I already have tons on them! The topics are endless..I think I have one in every niche. I don't know what to do with them, as most clients will always request for me to make one that is according to their preference.

    By the way all my eBooks are unique and never sold...so, you'll never have problems when it comes to duplicate contents.

    Can you recommend a place where to sell them? I've heard about amazon, but I actually don't know where to start and how to start selling my eBooks in amazon. I'd appreciate any help.

    Thanks!
    1) Amazon Kindle
    2) Barnes & Noble
    3) Clickbank
    4) PayDotCom
    5) Warrior Special Offers
    6) Ebay
    7) Craigslist
    8) Lulu
    9) Your Own Website
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  • Profile picture of the author locke815
    Try ebay or amazon.
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    • Profile picture of the author Topwriters
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      Originally Posted by locke815 View Post

      Try ebay or amazon.
      I am thinking about AMAZON. I just don't know how to start the process
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  • Profile picture of the author DotComBum
    How about ClickBank? You can use their affiliate program to recruit affiliates to sell the ebooks for you.
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    • Profile picture of the author Topwriters
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      Originally Posted by DotComBum View Post

      How about ClickBank? You can use their affiliate program to recruit affiliates to sell the ebooks for you.
      I've tried clickbank...but until now...NO SUCCESS I don't know why.
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  • Profile picture of the author talhag
    What's the best payment solutions for selling an eBook?
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  • Profile picture of the author BloggingPro
    If you have that many ebooks in a variety of niches then start uploading them to Amazon's Kindle program. The cost to list is free, thus you have absolutely, positively nothing to lose in trying.

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  • Profile picture of the author Topwriters
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    Originally Posted by cnich23 View Post

    You can try my new site, list your first one free..pm me
    My site is Gawkon.com
    this is great! I'll keep in touch...thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author Randall Magwood
    1) Your own site

    2) Tradebit

    3) Payloadz

    4) Ejunkie

    5) Kindle

    6) WSO

    7) Smashwords

    8) Mobipocket

    This should keep you busy for a while.
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    • Profile picture of the author Topwriters
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      Originally Posted by Randall Magwood View Post

      1) Your own site

      2) Tradebit

      3) Payloadz

      4) Ejunkie

      5) Kindle

      6) WSO

      7) Smashwords

      8) Mobipocket

      This should keep you busy for a while.
      Thanks for this list! I am going to check them too.
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    • Profile picture of the author research
      Originally Posted by Randall Magwood View Post

      1) Your own site

      2) Tradebit

      3) Payloadz

      4) Ejunkie

      5) Kindle

      6) WSO

      7) Smashwords

      8) Mobipocket

      This should keep you busy for a while.
      Great Stuff

      Very Interesting
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    • Profile picture of the author Topwriters
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      Originally Posted by ramon dobma View Post

      Do it on your site ?
      I think my site needs to rank first, before it becomes effective in promoting my eBooks
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    • Profile picture of the author Topwriters
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      Originally Posted by ramon dobma View Post

      Do it on your site ?
      I think my site needs to rank first, before it becomes effective in promoting my eBooks.
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  • Profile picture of the author MPPTrainer
    How to start selling on Amazon.
    One) Open An Amazon Account
    Two) Go To Kindle Direct Publishing Page
    Three) Fill out Form and Register Your Account
    Four) Pay Five Dollars on Fiverr For A Cover And Five Dollars For Someone To Format Your Book.
    Five) Follow Kindle Direct Publishing Instructions
    Six) Make Sure You Have Great Key Words, A Great Description of the Product, And The Such and Enter Them Into The Proper Fields.
    Seven) Start Promoting Your Book.
    Eight) Get Paid

    If you need some real definitive step by step processes, Amazon is full of books that tell you, and they have their own help guide as well. It's not a difficult process at all.
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    • Profile picture of the author Topwriters
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      Originally Posted by MPPTrainer View Post

      How to start selling on Amazon.
      One) Open An Amazon Account
      Two) Go To Kindle Direct Publishing Page
      Three) Fill out Form and Register Your Account
      Four) Pay Five Dollars on Fiverr For A Cover And Five Dollars For Someone To Format Your Book.
      Five) Follow Kindle Direct Publishing Instructions
      Six) Make Sure You Have Great Key Words, A Great Description of the Product, And The Such and Enter Them Into The Proper Fields.
      Seven) Start Promoting Your Book.
      Eight) Get Paid

      If you need some real definitive step by step processes, Amazon is full of books that tell you, and they have their own help guide as well. It's not a difficult process at all.
      Thank you! this is what I really need =)
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    • Profile picture of the author gt4877c
      Originally Posted by MPPTrainer View Post

      How to start selling on Amazon.
      One) Open An Amazon Account
      Two) Go To Kindle Direct Publishing Page
      Three) Fill out Form and Register Your Account
      Four) Pay Five Dollars on Fiverr For A Cover And Five Dollars For Someone To Format Your Book.
      Five) Follow Kindle Direct Publishing Instructions
      Six) Make Sure You Have Great Key Words, A Great Description of the Product, And The Such and Enter Them Into The Proper Fields.
      Seven) Start Promoting Your Book.
      Eight) Get Paid
      Thanks,
      I needed this too! Very helpful.
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  • Profile picture of the author goindeep
    Originally Posted by Topwriters View Post

    I have been writing different types of eBooks for the longest time, and I just realized that I already have tons on them! The topics are endless..I think I have one in every niche. I don't know what to do with them, as most clients will always request for me to make one that is according to their preference.

    By the way all my eBooks are unique and never sold...so, you'll never have problems when it comes to duplicate contents.

    Can you recommend a place where to sell them? I've heard about amazon, but I actually don't know where to start and how to start selling my eBooks in amazon. I'd appreciate any help.

    Thanks!
    So how is it unique if you have mentioned the word "clients".
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    • Profile picture of the author Topwriters
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      Originally Posted by Andrei Rotariu View Post

      So how is it unique if you have mentioned the word "clients".
      I tag it as unique because once an eBook title is sold, it sold forever! No two clients will share the same thing.
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  • Profile picture of the author MaiTai
    Hey, Im new to this site and I didnt want to create a new thread (I dont even believe I have those privileges anyways) but I have a question related to the thread topic. Does anybody know any good ebook writing services (yes I've looked into doing it myself but I feel the time Id spend trying to create what I want would not be worth it because I probably wont be able to create a half as good product as someone else within a fraction of the time it would take me so I'd rather outsource it). I'm currently looking on elance but I wanted to offer the opportunity to anybody on here or if you know anyone on here whose good at writing pictorial ebooks?
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    • Profile picture of the author lossman29
      Originally Posted by talhag View Post

      And what would you do, if you got banned from PayPal?
      And why exactly would the OP get banned?

      Originally Posted by Andrei Rotariu View Post

      So how is it unique if you have mentioned the word "clients".
      I believe the OP meant he wrote unique pieces of content for each of his clients according to their needs. That's still unique in my book, regardless of whether he packaged the content into an ebook or not.
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      • Profile picture of the author Topwriters
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        Originally Posted by lossman29 View Post

        And why exactly would the OP get banned?



        I believe the OP meant he wrote unique pieces of content for each of his clients according to their needs. That's still unique in my book, regardless of whether he packaged the content into an ebook or not.
        Thanks for explaining!
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    • Profile picture of the author Topwriters
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      Originally Posted by MaiTai View Post

      Hey, Im new to this site and I didnt want to create a new thread (I dont even believe I have those privileges anyways) but I have a question related to the thread topic. Does anybody know any good ebook writing services (yes I've looked into doing it myself but I feel the time Id spend trying to create what I want would not be worth it because I probably wont be able to create a half as good product as someone else within a fraction of the time it would take me so I'd rather outsource it). I'm currently looking on elance but I wanted to offer the opportunity to anybody on here or if you know anyone on here whose good at writing pictorial ebooks?
      Look at my other thread.
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  • Profile picture of the author Will Edwards
    You could knock up a PLR pack and sell them here as a WSO.

    Try 10 x books for $37!

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  • Profile picture of the author denysapu
    Maybe WSO is the beginning of your success!
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    • Profile picture of the author Topwriters
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      Originally Posted by denysapu View Post

      Maybe WSO is the beginning of your success!
      I hope so!
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  • Profile picture of the author Deji
    You can also sell it on the Kobo, Sony reader, iBooks and Digiresults.
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    • Profile picture of the author Topwriters
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      Originally Posted by Deji View Post

      You can also sell it on the Kobo, Sony reader, iBooks and Digiresults.
      I have not heard of Kobo. But thanks for the tip!
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  • Profile picture of the author John J Brown
    ebooks sell very well on the internet,
    you can sell them on clickbank or busy forums
    you can make a lot of money
    set up a sales page and get started
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  • Profile picture of the author ajguille
    You can sell your ebooks on download-bay this site pay you instantly on your paypal account
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  • Profile picture of the author moneymakerway
    If you have a large number of ebooks to sell then probably the best option for you is to sell it on amazon kindle. If it is original content then you have no problems with acceptance of your ebooks by amazon kindle.
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  • Profile picture of the author IMSince2003
    I would not use PayPal if you can avoid them. Use ClickBank as the payment processor as you will not be involved in the payment process. ClickBank will manage all fraud detection, affiliate payments, W-9s, sales tax and everything else. If you get too successful with PayPal (and I hope you do get successful), they have the right to put your funds on hold for up to 180 days (yes, that's 6 months!). How do I know? (Take a guess...)
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    • Profile picture of the author PWB
      Originally Posted by IMSince2003 View Post

      I would not use PayPal if you can avoid them. Use ClickBank as the payment processor as you will not be involved in the payment process. ClickBank will manage all fraud detection, affiliate payments, W-9s, sales tax and everything else. If you get too successful with PayPal (and I hope you do get successful), they have the right to put your funds on hold for up to 180 days (yes, that's 6 months!). How do I know? (Take a guess...)
      I've worked as a bookkeeper and it is true, Paypal might hold money to you for 180 days. They did that to one client of mine.
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  • Profile picture of the author WeavingThoughts
    Clickbank
    Amazon
    eBay
    WF for IM
    Google
    Google Adsense
    Facebook
    Your own website
    Email lists
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  • Profile picture of the author Leeds Man
    So from what I can gather from your post, clients have asked for ebooks in a variety of different niches and then one day you realised you had a lot of them and want to sell them?
    When a client hires you to write an ebook for them isn't that under the understanding that once paid for they own the rights to it and you should not resell them especially if they already sold them themselves as then it's not gonna be unique anyway. :/
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  • Profile picture of the author Aira Bongco
    Have you tried driving some traffic to each of your e-books? Clickbank and Kindle are just platforms. You'll make most of your money promoting them.
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  • Profile picture of the author venkateshk
    Try Amazon. If you have any problems try contacting their support and provide them the details with what you want to do to use their services. They should be able to help you out. The 'Self-Publish with Us' concept should help you out on this.
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    • Profile picture of the author extremebizopp
      I would use payload.com You can upload up to 5,000 files or ebooks
      directly from your pc.

      They also have paypal. And you can set up an affiliate program...
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    • Profile picture of the author marketingwomen
      Article marketing can help as well. Free and paid classified ads work. Also, try to get affiliates to help advertise and sell your books for you as well.
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  • Profile picture of the author Majin
    Did Etsy.com been mentioned ?
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  • Profile picture of the author Vadimarket
    Forget eBay, unless you wanna burn them into cd's and actually ship. They don't tolarate digital products since 2008. So if someone sees you selling an eBook there, they'll close the listing and give you a warning. Besides, eBooks don't sell there that good anyway. I tried listing like 20 of them at the same time. Sells were pretty poor
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  • Profile picture of the author mikeye
    Amazon Kindle is the No. choice and you don't need to worry too much about traffic there as they have a huge database of people searching daily and ready to buy. While with your own website, you need to spend time promoting.
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    • Profile picture of the author marc@clickbitz
      Originally Posted by mikeye View Post

      Amazon Kindle is the No. choice and you don't need to worry too much about traffic there as they have a huge database of people searching daily and ready to buy. While with your own website, you need to spend time promoting.
      Amazon has lots of traffic but they also have a TON of products. Search for a topic related to your ebook and you'll find that they thousands of results. Unless you are in the top few results or are very good at driving traffic to Amazon, you will have a tough time. It costs big online retailers next to nothing to offer your ebook so they don't care if it sells. They get most of their money from the top few ebooks.

      The more places your ebook is available, the better.
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  • Profile picture of the author Hani D
    You can sell on Clickbank, Amazon or eBay and if you know how to build a sales page and how to drive traffic go and do it.

    Originally Posted by Topwriters View Post

    I have been writing different types of eBooks for the longest time, and I just realized that I already have tons on them! The topics are endless..I think I have one in every niche. I don't know what to do with them, as most clients will always request for me to make one that is according to their preference.

    By the way all my eBooks are unique and never sold...so, you'll never have problems when it comes to duplicate contents.

    Can you recommend a place where to sell them? I've heard about amazon, but I actually don't know where to start and how to start selling my eBooks in amazon. I'd appreciate any help.

    Thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author marc@clickbitz
    You're welcome to use ClickBitz.com

    There are no restrictions on where else you may sell your products.

    There are no fees, only commissions.

    You get 70% of every sale.

    You get paid every month via PayPal.

    To get started, please sign up for a free vendor account:

    https://www.clickbitz.com/create-account-vendor

    Then submit your product info and file(s) for evaluation:

    https://www.clickbitz.com/submit-product-vendor
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  • Profile picture of the author JasonBennet
    There are many things that you can do to monetize from your ebook. I will suggest that you decide on ONE main market that you want to start your business in. The fact is that most of the people already have the necessary knowledge to get them started but the main problem is that they are doing too many project at the same time.

    For me personally, I will create a salesletter for it to sell and build a list from it. Just my 2 cents.
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  • Originally Posted by Topwriters View Post

    I have been writing different types of eBooks for the longest time, and I just realized that I already have tons on them! The topics are endless..I think I have one in every niche. I don't know what to do with them, as most clients will always request for me to make one that is according to their preference.

    By the way all my eBooks are unique and never sold...so, you'll never have problems when it comes to duplicate contents.

    Can you recommend a place where to sell them? I've heard about amazon, but I actually don't know where to start and how to start selling my eBooks in amazon. I'd appreciate any help.

    Thanks!
    Warrior forum special offer
    ebay
    craigslist
    you can even package them and sell them through clickbank
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  • Profile picture of the author Geri Richmond
    Hi,
    This may sound too simple, but, if you go to google and type in the search bar how do I sell e books on Amazon? ,the results will give you a ton of info. I would turn them into Kindle books. You could probably find someone to format them for you on Fiverr or elance, etc.

    Kindle is really hot right now!!
    Good luck!
    Geri Richmond
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  • Profile picture of the author lowelly
    The best way is to set up your site and join Clickbank, but you can try Flippa as well.
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  • Profile picture of the author thedanbrown
    There are lots of places to publish your books. Amazon is easy because you just need to have your book formatted properly and you can easily get it approved in amazon.

    Go on fiverr and someone will format it for $5
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    • Profile picture of the author anwar001
      Originally Posted by allApp View Post

      Craigslist,. You will be surprised
      Really? That would be interesting to try out. Is it allowed on Craigslist to sell digital products? In which section should we list it?
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  • Profile picture of the author FitMarketer
    Kindle would be the most obvious choice but depending on your niche there are a ton of places out there some free some paid.

    I would also recommend putting together some small apps with your eBook. This will give you a ton of traffic via the app stores. You could even offer a free version of first chapter with the upsell to purchase the whole book.

    People love reading on their phones and tablets so its a great way to get traffic.
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  • Profile picture of the author celente
    I say craiglist and kindle.

    Trust me when I say you will have to spend hours trying and testing with your listing to see what works, but it will be well worth you time.

    I know there is one warrior in here doing over $6k a month just on kindle. Not sure I can remember his username, but his last post I read was killer. If you test on kindle I think the results are limitless...the thing is, you will have to spend hours writing and testing to see what works....and 99% of the people out there are not willing to test.
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  • Profile picture of the author An Al
    Originally Posted by Topwriters View Post

    I have been writing different types of eBooks for the longest time, and I just realized that I already have tons on them! The topics are endless..I think I have one in every niche. I don't know what to do with them, as most clients will always request for me to make one that is according to their preference.

    By the way all my eBooks are unique and never sold...so, you'll never have problems when it comes to duplicate contents.
    Why would anybody write a bunch of ebooks with no plan to do anything with them?
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  • Profile picture of the author anwar001
    Originally Posted by Topwriters View Post

    I have been writing different types of eBooks for the longest time, and I just realized that I already have tons on them! The topics are endless..I think I have one in every niche. I don't know what to do with them, as most clients will always request for me to make one that is according to their preference.

    By the way all my eBooks are unique and never sold...so, you'll never have problems when it comes to duplicate contents.

    Can you recommend a place where to sell them? I've heard about amazon, but I actually don't know where to start and how to start selling my eBooks in amazon. I'd appreciate any help.

    Thanks!
    It seems that you have a passion for writing. If you are interested mainly in writing but not in marketing the books and don't want to spend your time in learning how to sell on kindle or elsewhere, then my advice would be to stick to what you do best and keep writing. Then sell of these ebooks as PLR products on IM forums. Or else, you might find clients and do writing for them.

    The basic idea is to stick to what you do best and try to earn money from it. Many people here on this forum just hate writing. They may be good at marketing, but they outsource most of the writing part. So, you might try to find a few clients who sell books on kindle and write for them. They will pay you for your work and then they will earn money through selling these ebooks wherever they can.
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  • Profile picture of the author EveGood
    Here are a couple that I didn't see mentioned:
    Tomely
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  • Profile picture of the author KattyHowells
    Why not make your own website and sell your books on it? Dedicated platform will most likely take you a percentage of the tag price, but on your website, you get to keep it all. Just make sure you don't sell the same ebook to more than one person.
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  • Profile picture of the author Dennis Millbrath
    If your ebook is of good quality you can sell a lot on Amazon, but you have to sell for a lower price verses if you created your own site and old it.
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  • Profile picture of the author mathewboly
    Sure, the Amazon Kindle is the best market to sell every categories e book. You can continue with the Amazon Kindle.
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  • Profile picture of the author simonsov
    I would go for Amazon Kindle! I have a book there myself. Cool place to sell your ebooks
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  • Profile picture of the author davidaclark
    I would bundle them as PLR and sell them as a warrior special offer.
    If you have that many, you could even do some of them as an OTO.
    Could you combine them into a long ebook and perhaps publish it?
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  • Profile picture of the author Sheryl Bagley
    Organize the information and make your own website.
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