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Selling Ebooks through Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest allows your fans to make the smoothest transition from follower to customer. While selling your ebook on Amazon can be expensive and complicated, selling Ebooks through Selz is super simple. You supply the book and we take care of digital delivery and payment. Here’s how to do it.

  1. Sign into your Selz account and click on ‘Sell an item’
  2. Choose ‘Digital item’
  3. Click on ‘Choose a photo’ and select your Ebook’s front cover.
  4. The product description is the perfect spot for your blurb – just keep in mind that you have a 500 character limit.
  5. Click on ‘Choose a file’ and select your book. It’s up to you as to whether you want to sell your various file types as separate products or at different prices, or if you want to sell them all together as a zip file.
  6. Set your price, and click on more options if you need to set the quantity. If you’re selling your book at a discounted price, you might want to ‘Set original price’ to show your buyers what kind of discount they’re getting.
  7. Click on ‘Add’ and your product is ready to be shared.
  8. Select which social media networks to want to share to, write something to go with your post, and ‘Share your item’. Your product will show up as a post, tweet or pin, and will be available for purchase through the link you’ve provided.

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Done! Your readers will be able to buy your book on your Facebook page, straight from your Tweet, or your Pinterest pin using their credit card.

You might also find these resources helpful to:

Create Your Own Ebook Cover

Quick Guide to Format Your Ebook

We’re always keen to get your feedback, so post away in the comments below!

 

About the author

Melissa Whidjaya

Melissa Whidjaya

Melissa is the co-founder of Bloombox Co. Bloombox Co works to connect flower growers and flower buyers, creating a distribution system that reduces waste, improves profitability for growers, and removes barriers to consumption, providing flower lovers with a fresher, more sustainable product than ever before.