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Even if everyone loves free, you can’t just put the book up on Amazon, mark it free, and call it a day. You have to promote it.

There are a lot of sites that let you list your book for free (see our post about them here: http://amarketingexpert.com/ebook-deal-guide/ ), but during your promotion you should be on sites like Twitter, sending messages using hashtags and pinging other accounts. Below I’ve included both the hashtag suggestions as well as some of the Twitter accounts that would love to hear about your freebie. Make sure you plan your freebie at least two weeks in advance because sometimes listings on sites require that much notice.

POSTED eBook Deal How-To Hashtags 02262015Twitter accounts to notify

@DigitalBkToday

@kindleebooks

@Kindlestuff

@KindlebookKing

@KindleFreeBook

@Freebookdude

@free

@free_kindle

@FreeReadFeed

@4FreeKindleBook

@FreeKindleStuff

@KindleUpdates

@Kindleebooks

@Kindlestuff

@Kindlemysbook

@Kindle_Freebies

@100freebooks

@kindletop100

@kindleowners

@IndAuthorSucess

@FreeEbooksDaily

@AwesometasticBk

@Bookyrnextread

@Kindle_promo

@KindleDaily

@Bookbub

Hashtags to use

#free

#freekindle

#freebook

#kindlepromo

#freeebook

Best of luck with your next promotion!

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