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Flickr: Free and Easy Way to Show Your e-Book to the World

29 Jan

Sign up at the Flickr website and open an account (free).
http://www.Flickr.com

Take the cover of your e-book in several versions and sizes and load them up at the Flickr website. Write lots! of good tags to describe these photos of your e-book. Flickr allows you to up to 75 tags to each photo. Which means: 75 possibilities for people to find, and learn about your e-book.

Tags for e-book photos could be for sample: E-Reading, Kindle, Sony, Kobo, Nook, e-reading, e-books, ebooks, ebook online, book cover, digital display, electronic book, information medium, publishing, reading, text, textbook, internet, author, technology, books, education, literature, paper, media, writer, self-publishing, e-Reader, writing news, tablet computer, iPad, e-book conversion, … and most important: the title of your book and content words (tags) in various versions.

For even more exposure of your e-book photos (but only if the cover is really professionally designed and in high-resolution) join the FotoVotr.com Amber Group at Flickr.

A free and easy way to show your e-book to the world!

 
3 Comments

Posted by on January 29, 2012 in Marketing, post to public

 

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3 responses to “Flickr: Free and Easy Way to Show Your e-Book to the World

  1. ebooksinternational

    June 21, 2012 at 10:04 pm

    Reblogged this on EbookAutorenPublizieren.

     
  2. Scott

    June 21, 2012 at 10:13 pm

    Never thought of this….thanks!!! Found this from Twitter!

     
  3. Wodke Hawkinson

    February 15, 2013 at 9:02 pm

    What a helpful post. Thanks!

     

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