How to Create Downloadable Links to Give Away Books from your Newsletter Sign Up

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Most Indie authors at some point on their journeys will set up a newsletter to send to their readers. This is a great way to connect in a personal way, announce events, giveaways, or new books. You can sign up with Mailchimp for free, and it’s very user friendly. Sending out a newsletter is like having your own mini magazine. You can share anything you like. I write in multiple genres, so mine is easy to come up with content. Even if you only write in one particular genre you can still share your opinions, information you find interesting, as well as personal things about yourself and your interests. And of course – your books. A great way to get readers to subscribe is to offer them a freebie. As an author that’s easy – give them a book. You can either write a short story specifically to give away…

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2 thoughts on “How to Create Downloadable Links to Give Away Books from your Newsletter Sign Up

    Jack Eason said:
    March 12, 2015 at 1:54 pm

    Your blog works just as well. Probably better, if like mine, it is automatically linked to Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, Google+, Stumbleuupon and Pinterest, as well as my author page on Amazon Jo. Just saying 😉

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      jorobinson176 responded:
      March 12, 2015 at 2:17 pm

      True Jack. 🙂 This way gets new subscribers for your newsletter though, because the download link is in the subscribe confirmation email. I don’t do free days or give my novels away on any other site using a permanently clickable link, so this is the only way to get it and save $3.99.

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