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Authors Will Soon Be Able To Sell Their Ebooks On Facebook

Posted at 2:41PM Monday 21 Jul 2014

Self-Published authors often flock to Facebook and Twitter to promote their books and try and get a few sales. A few months ago Amazon and Twitter came together to form an ecommerce solution called Amazon Cart. This allowed indie authors to post links to their Kindle Books and all a reader had to do was use a special hashtag to automatically add the title to their shopping basket. Facebook is trialing a new program that will allow Pages and newsfeeds to be able to sell books and eBooks directly to readers

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