Affordable Service Helps African American Authors Create Their Very Own Online Book Store

Affordable Service Helps African American Authors Create Their Very Own Online Book Store

by May 6, 2016

There are thousands of African American authors who struggle to sell their books independently. Most are selling on Amazon or Barnes & Noble, but few know how to effectively sell their books via their own web site. Sadly, many have resorted to creating amateur looking web sites, and only allowing customers to buy their book via PayPal.

But Dante Lee, a very successful author, publisher and entrepreneur, is promoting a new service to help authors become more successful. Powered by Shopify, the service is called YourVeryOwnEBookStore.com, and it allows authors to set up an online book store within just 30 minutes.

Even more, they can accept payment via Paypal, Amazon, Bitcoin, and all major credit and debit cards. The best part is that author do not have to be experienced web site designers, they can easily sell their books or ebooks by choosing from hundreds of professionally designed, ready-to-go templates.

Pricing starts at just $29 a month, and their advanced platform enables order processing, inventory tracking, customer management and reporting. With secure hosting, quick servers and unlimited bandwidth, authors can run their ebook ecommerce store free of hassles and limitations. Even more, the service comes with phone, email and chat customer service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Lee, who is the founder of UrbanEbooks.com, comments, “I am an author and publisher of more than 26 different titles, and I use this service to sell my publications. On average, I sell 50 to 100 books a day, and sometimes up to 500 books in one day. It’s a great platform, and I highly recommend it.”

Daymond John, billionaire founder of FUBU and star of ABC’s Shark Tank, also endorses the service. He says, “With this easy-to-use ecommerce solution, entrepreneurs save time and money, so they can focus on other aspects of their business.”

For more details and/or to get started, visit www.YourVeryOwnEBookStore.com

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