Sites that market your book direct to Kobo readers

By FebruaryFalls on March 21st 2014

I wrote a similar post for Amazon, so I’m not going to make many changes to this post.

If you publish on Kobo, you can pay the following sites to market your book direct to Kobo readers. These are just a few sites:-

• BookBub.com
• StoryFinds.com
• Trindiebooks.com

I’m still trying to familiarize myself with Kobo’s website, so I’m not sure if they will assist you with promoting your second book, like Amazon. With Amazon, the more books you have available, the more virtual shelf space you have, the easier it is for people to discover you.

You can also choose to sell your books for free, but there are pros and cons for doing so. On one hand your rankings improve and you gain fans of your work and on the other, it’s not guaranteed that your book will actually be read – there nothing wrong with taking risk however.

What makes sense for you i.e Pay someone to promote your book or focus on getting the work out there? Please leave a comment below.

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Amazon:
http://amzn.com/B00FYZ66IG – US STORE
http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00FYZ66IG – UK STORE

Kobo:
http://store.kobobooks.com/en-GB/ebook/the-lead-dancer-always-gets-flowers

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