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Basit Malik

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Best way to Publish E-Book for Free
Posted: Sep 3, 2017 1:11 AM
 
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Hey, what's the Best way to Publish EBook for Free & send to maximum Distributors in the WORLD. Which Distribution Network gets the Minimum Royality. Please share your Experiences..

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Re: Best way to Publish E-Book for Free
Posted: Sep 3, 2017 3:12 AM   in response to: Basit Malik in response to: Basit Malik
 
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cdalebrittain

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Re: Best way to Publish E-Book for Free
Posted: Sep 3, 2017 7:05 AM   in response to: Basit Malik in response to: Basit Malik
 
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If by "publish for free" you mean publish without paying for the privilege and be distributed world-wide, then obviously it's KDP. You can earn up to 70% royalties on your sales, depending on the ebook's price and other factors. Several other platforms (iTunes, Kobo) also offer up to 70% royalties. (You said minimum, but I assume you meant maximum.)

If by "publish for free" you mean to make your book available without anyone paying to read it, that's a different question. And you would earn no royalties of course.
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