Indie Author Tools - Best Paid E-Book Promotion Sites for 2017
Here is a list of the top Paid Book Promo sites of 2017. If you're looking for Free sites, click here!
All of the sites listed here come from my personal experiences using them as well as things I've heard from other authors. In this case, everything is going to be devoted to sites that promote paid promotions (there is another post for free promotions here) but that doesn't necessarily mean how much the actual book needs to cost to be promoted.
If you would like to add your site to the list, please contact me here and I'll get you added as soon as possible!
Here is that List
This is a service offering that I only recently discovered when I was working to prepare my kindle scout campaign and book launch of The Everett Exorcist. It is a part of my launch strategy now for the book, and it was also a part of my Kindle Scout campaign when I submitted the book for possible Amazon publication.
A fantastic book promotion service with tremendous results. They aren't as expensive as some other services and work hard to get new readers and keep them happy.
Click here to make your account with them and submit a deal.
I've used this site a couple of times for promoting books through email, and it's one of the newer sites that I've seen around the block. This can actually be great in reaching a new audience of interested readers, but it also means that it likely has a smaller subscriber base than many competitors out there.
Check out their genre listings and prices here.
I've been in contact with a number of authors who had less than stellar things to say about the company, and at a certain point I realized that they weren't going to hold up with a good review.
This is something new. BookBub recently rolled out a new Cost Per Click ad system that authors can sign up for and is in beta. If you can't seem to get picked for a BookBub newsletter, this might be a good way of generating some extra sales.
Everyone swears by BookBub for results and they are all correct: BookBub is the king of the email newsletter industry. It has millions of subscribers where most companies have a few hundred thousand at most. It is a powerful website.
I sort of stumbled onto the OnlineBookClub website about two years ago and didn't really know what it was all about. I decided to try out some of their services, starting with reviews, and have ended up working with them quite a bit to promote some of my books.
If you're looking for a list of the best Free sites, click here!