Converting Your Files for eBook Sales

Last Updated on by Michael Brockbank

ConvertFiles.com
Using ConvertFiles.com is a bit confusing when trying to develop an ePub or other eBook file. While it doesn’t support changing a DOC file into an ePub, it will allow you to change a LIT file. This could be useful if you have your book saved in one format but need it in another. Like the other system, ConvertFiles.com is only capable of allowing you to change 100MB worth of data for free. However, it does provide you with the option to email the download link for the changed file to any address you enter. This could be useful if you need your publisher to access the eBook file immediately.

While I am still looking for other viable alternatives, these two are the most prevalent so far. Other conversion sites don’t seem to have compatibility for eBook publication. However, they might still help you save some money from paying a “professional” to convert the files for you.

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Michael Brockbank

Michael has been a freelance writer since January of 2012. He has completed more than 8,000 jobs for a variety of clients ranging from animals to travel. Currently, he is the Content Marketing Team Lead of GreenGeeks Web Hosting.

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