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How To Promote Ebook For Free


If you're an aspiring author, getting published can be a lot like trying to get into the Ivy League. You have to apply, write a powerful essay, and hope that your application gets accepted. But what about if you don't have any connections or money for fancy school? How do you promote your book without burning through all that cash? Here are some ways I've found successful authors promoted their work without spending lots of money:

Know the value of your work.

As a writer, you must know the value of your work. This means that you need to consider how much it is worth and what kind of audience would want it. If people are willing to pay for something but don't actually buy it, then they won't be able to support your writing anymore. You also need to know if there are any issues with promoting yourself online—for instance, do you have social media accounts? Do people follow them? Are they active on them or just stay silent most of the time?

Once again: knowing these things will help determine how much time and effort should go into promoting yourself as an author online through blogs and websites instead of spending all day writing without any promotion at all (which leads back up here).

Understand what kind of audience you're writing for.

Before you even think about writing an eBook, it's important to understand your audience. Who are they? What do they want? And how can you reach them?

First, define your target audience. Who are the people that will be reading this book and buying it? You should know what kind of person is interested in this topic so that when writing the content for your ebook, it doesn't feel like preaching to the converted or talking down at them. In addition, knowing who exactly buys eBooks helps decide which channels best suit reaching those buyers: email marketing vs social media posting vs newsletters (etc).

Second: Understand what makes a good book reader - why should anyone read this one over others on similar topics?

Build a solid publishing platform.

You should have a website, blog and social media profile before you decide to publish your book.

  • Website - This is the first place people land when they search for information about your ebook or course. You want it to be engaging and contain all of the information they need in order to buy it or sign up for more courses from you.
  • Blog - Your blog will help establish yourself as an authority in your field by showing off relevant articles that give examples of how-to's (or provide useful tips), along with some personal opinion pieces about topics related to what people are searching for when looking online for answers regarding those same questions.* Social Media Profile - If someone sees one of these profiles on Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn then they know who else has been writing similar things so if there's anything new out there then this person can easily find out about it too!

Write your book title and book description in advance, not as a last minute draft.

A book title is the first thing that people see when they browse your book, so it's important to have a catchy one. The best way to do this is by writing your book title and book description in advance, instead of as a last minute draft.

The same goes for the description; if you're having trouble coming up with one, just make sure it covers all the main points of what's inside (and don't forget about those "cool facts"!).

These two pieces of information will help potential readers decide if they want to read your ebook or not before even opening its file.

Leverage social media to build your audience.

Social media is a great way to build your audience, and promote your book. Use social media to share the link with your audience, and ask them to leave reviews on Amazon if they like it. You can also use Twitter and Facebook for this purpose; if you have a lot of followers already then ask them to share the link as well!

If there’s one thing that every author should learn about promoting their ebook it’s how best (and most effectively) use social media channels like Facebook & Twitter in marketing their upcoming release!

Get an agent or publisher, even if you don't have professional experience.

If you write novels and are looking to get your book published, there are many options. You can self-publish it on Amazon or take a chance with another publisher.

But if you're more interested in having an agent or publisher represent your work, then that's even better! Agents and publishers have access to a huge audience who will be interested in buying your book after seeing it advertised on social media or elsewhere online. They can also help you with marketing and publicity (which includes setting up interviews), editing and formatting for different formats such as paperback or hardcover; cover design; copyrighting of the text itself so that no one else can copy it without permission from both parties involved--and much more!

If you're serious about getting published as an author, getting an agent is often your best bet.

Agents are professionals who can help you with the publishing process. They're often the ones who find publishers, negotiate contracts and promote your book. And if you're serious about getting published as an author, getting an agent is often your best bet.

If you don't have an agent yet but want to be published someday, here are some tips for working with them:

Use them as much as possible - They'll want to know what works for other authors in order to create a strategy that will work best for yours! You should also be open-minded about any changes they make because they've been doing this longer than us (and maybe have more experience).

Be nice - Agents like people who aren't afraid of being honest while still being polite enough not to offend anyone else involved in making decisions related specifically towards helping both parties achieve success together at once...but still keep things professional enough so everyone knows where each other stands within terms of expectations set forth beforehand."


Getting your book published is a process that takes time, but it can be done. Your first step should be to find an agent or publisher who will help you spread the word about your book. You don’t have to go it alone—there are plenty of opportunities out there for writers like us who want our voices heard!