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How To Get The Most From Your Free eBooks Marketing Campaign
First, your ebook needs to have an attractive title. The title should grab the attention of your intended target audience. The more appealing the title, the more your ebook will be downloaded.
Your ebook needs to have quality content. You can write your own content or ask permission to use another author's content. Your ebook will be read more if the content is original.
You will want to put your ad on the title page or on the table of contents. This will give the most exposure for your web site or the products you're selling.
It's important to put your ebook in as many formats as possible. Most ebook software only allows the ebook to be read by certain browers and software. People may not take the time to download a new software program in order to read your ebook. Other versions of your ebook could be in HTML, auto responder and downloadable text format.
You can contact other business owners and ask them if they would like to include their ad in your ebook. Just ask them in return to advertise your free ebook on their web site or in their e-zine for a set period of time. This method will get your free ebook marketing campaign off to a fast start.
Allow the people who download your ebook to give it away to their visitors. This will multiply your free ebook's exposure. Submit your ebook to the growing number of free ebook directories on the internet.
These web sites also offer more information about ebook marketing. Some of them also have ebook discussion forums where you can ask questions and learn more about ebook marketing.
I hope this has helped God Bless & Good Luck with your viral marketing let it spread like wild fire!
Tim B. Miller
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