After you've written and edited your e-book you'll discover huge satisfaction from publishing and selling it.
Congratulations if you've already done this, I understand the effort and time it takes to do those things, and how time consuming it can be just trying to write and produce something worth reading.
If you're looking for alternatives to KDP (Kindle Direct Publishing) here are 5 alternatives platforms to sell your e-book from.
You can sell all kinds of photograph books and magazines as well as publishing and printing paperback books.
I've never sold any of my e-books with Feiyr, but I do know that they've been around since 2006 and have a good reputation so I would definitely check them out.
Feiyr offers distribution for both musicians and writers and will sell on platforms such as Google Play, Amazon, iBookStore and Thalia.
A popular place to sell your digital products, with some useful built-in tools and features along with an easy-to-use dashboard to manage your communication, orders and sales.
The other drawback of selling eBooks is the $1 taken from each sale. This leaves you with $4 on a $5 sale.
On the upside Fiverr.com is a huge platform with a massive audience and plenty of scope for making profit on your eBooks.
If you can think of any websites of experience you want to share, let me know in the comments below.
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