IndieReader was launched in 2009 with a simple but lofty goal: to be the essential consumer guide for self published books and the people who write them.
That meant sorting through the tremendous volume—there were 391,000 self published in ’12, an increase of 59% from the year before—reviewing them and then featuring those reviews where book-lovers could find them.
And they have. From erotica (Fifty Shades of Grey) to Romance (titles by Bella Andre and HM Ward) to Science Fiction (The Wool Trilogy by Hugh Howey) to Mystery (Darcie Chan’s Mill River Recluse)—IndieReader has introduced those titles and authors—and more—to readers worldwide.
Ad Rate Card
Want to be an IR Daily Sponsor?
We’ll post your book–along with two lines of text (reviews and/or ratings)– in a prime spot on IR’s Home page under “Latest Reviews”, along with a direct buy link to your chosen sales site.
This is a great way to announce an eBook give-away (and perfect for author’s signed up with Amazon’s KDP program who want to capitalize on their free days!).
Bottom line is that eBook promo days are becoming a strong tool to market your book. Being an IR Daily Sponsor on those days is a key component to complement your effort.
Don’t waste your free days!
Cost = $25/day
Three Day Special = $55 (save $20!)
Top position (shows on all pages) $100/week or $350/month
Mid position (shows on homepage only) $75/week or $250/month
Lower position (shows on all pages) $50/week or $150/month
1st position $75/week or $250/month
2nd position $50/week or $150/month
3rd position $35/week or $125/month
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Please submit you ad to firstname.lastname@example.org. Include a link and a RGB image in either .jpg or .gif format, saved at 72 dpi. Please also note that our maximum size is 50 kb.
If you’d like us to create an ad for you, we’d be happy to do so for an additional fee of $50.
If you are interested in an advertising opp with IndieReader, please email me at email@example.com for questions and availability.