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Uploading e-book to a website


 
trickyburner Hi everyone. I have just finished my first e-book but no virtually nothing about getting it on the web. I have a website and I would like to upload it to my site as a link so that people can click on the link to download it.

The problem is....I have no idea how to do that!

Your help with this is greatly appreciated
Thanks

P.S My ebook is in pdf format
Steven


Posted on: 9:28 am on July 24, 2007
EBookCompiler You need an FTP program.  Your host should be able to give you instructions or point you at one.

Then you simply use this to transfer the ebook file to your site. Make sure your FTP program is set to BINARY transfer mode.


Posted on: 9:40 pm on July 26, 2007
Sumit you can upload your book to any upload sites like. ********** or megaupload and then provide download link on ur site.

Posted on: 10:13 am on August 25, 2009
nhimapt Edit - banned spam

Posted on: 5:41 pm on February 15, 2012
Maggiedon Upload your e-book through FTP, when finish, you can see your file on the sever, right click your e-book file, you can see the option: "Copy URL to paste board", click it and paste on your browser,  replace the characters that before your domain to www. , this is the complete link of your ebook. Hope this helps!
Another, here is a link about How to Upload E-publications on Website:  http://www.xflip.com/tutorials/upload-epublications-on-website.html


Posted on: 3:26 am on November 28, 2012

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