Poll: Which eCommerce service do you use to sell your book?

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Selling your book is no easy task. In 2018, Lulu aims to help make this easier by integrating with popular eCommerce tools. But we need your help! Take a moment to tell us how you sell your book online.

Lulu’s 2018 eCommerce Poll

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  1. Is there a way to make all your books free? Not just the ebooks but the paperback books as well? Thanks in advance!!! 🙂

    1. Hi LGM,

      You can set the price for a print book at cost, but sadly we do have to pay the printers and the postal service to deliver them, so we can’t list a print book for free.

      If you wanted to give away copies as a promotion, you can always purchase copies and give them away yourself. I know authors will do this to help get a buzz stirred about a new book or to solicit reviews.

  2. I’m poised to publish a book I wrote during NaNoWrMo 2 or 3 years ago. At present I’m thinking of publishing an e-book, but I am open to advice. One of my selling points will be THIS BOOK HAS BARELY BEEN ALTERED FROM THE MONTH WHEN I WROTE IT!

    1. Hi Zesprian,
      Publishing your NaNo project is a great way preserve it and gets some additional readers. If you’re new to self-publishing, I would start with an ebook. The formatting is simpler and you can see the results immediately.

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