Wednesday, September 12, 2018

7 Tools to Create Images and Ebook Covers


Are you a first time self-publisher?  Do you have an eBook without a cover?

Look no further, I'm going to show you 7 websites that will solve your problem.

If you're looking to earn some extra money or make selling eBooks part of your business then this blog post is for you.

There's no doubt self-publishing has exploded globally within the last five years.

People all over the world want to publish their own works on a free platforms (if they can) to keep their costs down.

Finding platforms that offer a product that is easy to use, enables you to create your own design and text and save it as an eBook cover can be pretty hard to find.

I've put together some of the platforms I've used as well as some that other bloggers have recommended.

Try out some of these cover creators for size:
  1. Fotor
  2. PicMonkey
  3. Canva
  4. Pixlr
  5. Freeimages
  6. Boxshot
  7. Adazing
The New EBook Self-Publisher

If you're just starting out, you need to do a lot of experimenting to understand how to create an eBook cover.

I've tried a number of different options for my eBook covers, and having an easy to use dashboard is always helpful.  Both Fotor and PicMonkey provide this for any new starters.

Some necessary features to look out for:
  • Custom canvas
  • Save the file as a JPG or PNG
  • Add your own fonts or choose from a selection of fonts
  • Format your font 
  • Add stickers
  • Choose a background
I'd love to hear your comments about eBook cover websites you've used in the comments below.
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