Promotion Sites

social_Promotion_PostThe following is a listing of a few websites that will list your free or discounted eBook. If you’re using Select, coordinate with your free days, giving them at least a week in advance notice. If you’re not on Select, you’ll have to wait until your book is free. Most of these offer their services free, some for a small charge.

http://www.free-ebooks.net/submission…

http://www.pixelofink.com/sfkb/

http://ereadernewstoday.com/ent-free-…

http://www.etlc.info/index.php/site/a…

http://snickslist.com/books/place-ad/

http://addictedtoebooks.com/free

http://www.ereaderutopia.com/

http://bookgoodies.com/submit-your-fr…

http://www.ereaderperks.com/authors/

I have a list of websites that promote free eBooks. I can submit all of the necessary information to these sites; including your book’s link, cover, description, dates of promotion, promotion price, and your author bio.

Don’t waste time navigating the internet, looking for these sites, and then submitting the necessary details. Let me do it for you! Use my promotion help now!

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For a limited time, I will submit your Kindle “Free Days” promo to 40 websites for only $15 or 20 sites for $10!

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Here is a list of promotion services I offer:

Leave a comment on the website or email jim@jimsgotweb.com
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JimsGotWeb

I write short stories, love to travel, install auto glass, and collect Beatles memorabilia.

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One Response to Promotion Sites

  1. Geraldine

    Can you also send me your book link from Amazon.ca, I can’t see your last name here. Thanks. Geraldine

    PS: Just sent you an email from your contact page, either of these email addresses is fine to reply to.
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