Posts tagged with ‘e-junkie’

  • Why I Still Love E-junkie for E-book Sales From My Websites

    By Jennifer Mattern on January 23, 2014
    In traditional e-book publishing, authors sell their e-books predominantly on their own websites (mostly in .pdf format, although you aren't limited by that). Despite changes in the publishing world and Amazon's perceived takeover attempt of all things e-publishing, selling your e-books on your own site can still be important. That's especially true when you have an existing author platform with a built-in […]
  • Sell Your Own Information Products with E-junkie

    By Jennifer Mattern on March 7, 2009
    One of the best things you can do as a freelance Web writer is diversify your income streams by creating, and selling, informational products. I would hazard a guess that the most common informational products for freelance writers to be selling would be e-books or reports (you also might sell membership to premium content on a website though). Now I've […]
  • E-book Delivery Options

    By Jennifer Mattern on January 15, 2008
    After your e-book is written and the price is set, but before you start aggressively marketing your e-book to draw sales, you'll need to choose a delivery method. Here are a couple of e-book delivery options, and some pros and cons of each: Manual Distribution You receive payment, and manually deliver the e-book via e-mail (or through a link contained […]