* Amazon.com’s e-bookstore distributes titles that can be read with the Microsoft Reader. * BarnesAndNoble.com carries titles for the Microsoft Reader, RCA REB 1100, and the Glassbook Reader.* eBookCi…

* Amazon.com’s e-bookstore distributes titles that
can be read with the Microsoft Reader.

* BarnesAndNoble.com carries titles for the Microsoft
Reader, RCA REB 1100, and the Glassbook Reader.

* eBookCity utilizes their proprietary Versaware system.

* Booklocker’s titles are mainly in Acrobat, with a few
HTML titles.

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of influencing potential readers to purchase your title.

Remember, while a reader may not visit your site on a
regular basis, they will typically visit your colleagues,
competitors, or industry sites. Get your title featured
in all potential sales venues – no matter what format
the ebook is sold in – and you’ll reach them more
frequently.

Cost to transform each book is minimal, because you only
have to convert a title to a specific format one time.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Monique Harris is the editor/publisher of “Digital
Publishing & Promotion,” a twice-weekly Webzine for
authors, publishers and promoters who wish to sell
more books – (print and electronic) – online. Visit
her site at .










Source: Free Articles from ArticlesFactory.com

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Monique Harris is the editor/publisher of “Digital
Publishing & Promotion,” a twice-weekly Webzine for
authors, publishers and promoters who wish to sell
more books – (print and electronic) – online. Visit
her site at .