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Free Advertising on Marketlist

  • Posted by Admin
  • August 13, 2015 8:49 PM PDT
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Advertise your books free on Marketlist.com

As a participating member of Marketlist.com, you have access to our community ad network and may advertise your published work for free.

To create an ad, please follow these steps:

First, please be sure you have joined as a member. It's free, and we never spam or use your email for any unauthorized purposes. ( See our Privacy Policy for more details. )

Next, visit the forums and post a brief introduction to yourself, your work, or post a question or answer one on the forum message boards.

After that, on the home page, visit the link to "View Your Points".

From the top of the page, select the link to "Spend Points" and upgrade ( for free ) to a contributing member. Contributing members have access to the community advertising module and may add sales links to their books on Amazon or other publishing resources.

One you have upgraded, click on the link on any community ad on the top of the advertising column on this page: "Create an Ad". 

Follow the instructions to create your ad, with your cover art or related image and a link to Amazon or other site where you promote your work.

Your ad will be seen by thousand of visitors each month and we hope the clicks help promote the sale and review of your work.

Thanks for participating on Marketlist.com.

 

3 comments
  • Amethyst Creek likes this
  • Arthur Wiederhold
    Arthur Wiederhold
    January 5
  • Vincent Czyz
    Vincent Czyz The process was going fine until this step: One you have upgraded, click on the link on any community ad on the top right hand side of the make of Marketlist.com "Create an Ad". 1. I don't know where to find a "community ad" or how to ...  more
    January 5 - 1 likes this
  • Admin
    Admin Sorry about the typo in the article. We just added the advertising block for Community Ads to the instruction page, and clarified the instructions.
    January 6