Sell E-Books makes it easy to sell any e-book or PDF from right inside your Link in Bio. Your customers can view or download their purchase instantly using the native viewer—no need to worry about emailing files or hacking tools to sell your content. Just upload a file and then sell it or, if you choose, make it available for free with an optional tip/donation. Here’s how it works:
1 – Export your e-book from your preferred e-book hosting site.
Or convert whatever document you want to upload into an acceptable format. The following file types are accepted: .txt, .epub, .mobi, .azw, .azw3, .pdf, .doc, and .docx
2 – Add Sell E-Books & PDFs to your Link in Bio
Visit the Koji App Store link here to add it.
3 – Add information about the file bundle in the “Details” section
This will include a cover photo or video, a title, a description of the bundle, and a price. This is all the information your customers will see when they go to download the file, so make sure whatever you include on this page is accurate, clear, and descriptive.
4 – [Optional] Add an NFT Unlock capability
You can also set the option for customers to unlock the PDF for free if they have a verified NFT token from a collection of your choice. Simply paste the wallet address of the collection you want to verify an item from, and name the token.
5 – Upload your E-book file and info
You will have to name each of the files and add a preview image or video. Then, you can upload the files you wish to include in the bundle. Remember, each file must be in one of the following formats: .txt, .epub, .mobi, .azw, .azw3, .pdf, .doc, and .docx.
You can add as many E-book files as you want so let your creativity run wild and build a mega bundle! Or, break down your E-book bundles into multiple apps with different themes. It’s up to you how you display and market your creations!
Sell E-books & PDFs is an effortless and fast way to monetize your photo editing skills and presets.
Did you try selling your own E-book? We’d love to hear your feedback! Twitter is the easiest place to get in touch—we’re @madewithkoji, and we can’t wait to see what you do with this app.