Did you know that you can add tags to the links in your ebooks to track what book, what retailer or what chapter a hit to your blog came from?
A comparison of online conversion tools that you can use to convert your manuscript into an ebook including Amazon, Barnes and Noble, and Kobo.
There are sites and apps that indulge in piracy and “share” intellectual property illegally. So what does this mean to the self-publisher?
An ebook is an ePub file — a website in a box. PDFs are not ebooks. Here’s two reasons why.
What ebook retailers and distributors should you consider selling your ebooks through?
Lists and explains the different software options you need to know about when choosing ebook conversion tools to convert your manuscript into ebook format.
Preparing Images for Your e-Book by David Kudler explains how to clean up your images to prepare them for ebook conversion and the differences between the image files you want to use in an ebook and ones you’re going to get printed on paper.
4 Ways to Create an ePub eBook by David Kudler explains the four basic ways you can create the most common and most malleable format of ebook, the ePub file.
By David Kudler I’m honored to have been invited to post on The Book Designer on the subject of ebooks — a subject I love talking about, having been designing ebooks since 2010. (In this industry that makes me practically an old-timer.) There are lots of very complex questions when it comes to ebooks: text […]
Six Things You Should Be Including in Your EBook (and Probably Aren’t) by David Kudler explains how to leverage your current readers and sell more books