Plenty of folks have had success selling their books online in the past couple of years. Amazon, B&N, and other companies have made it easier for self-publishers to get their work in front of more people. If you are a writer, you shouldn’t rely just on those companies to promote your e-books. Setting up a website for each book and promoting it should be a part of your plan. You could even sell your e-books directly thanks to plugins like WooCommerce. Here are 7 themes for e-book marketing you don’t want to miss:
Raakbookoo: this theme has a responsive design, interactive sliders, and a mega menu system. It is retina-ready and highly customizable.
eBookie: a book landing page theme with a responsive, retina-ready design, unlimited colors, and touch-enabled galleries. You also get a book cover creator.
Webbie: designed for authors and e-book marketers. It features keyboard navigation, distraction-free reading, and support for Easy Digital Downloads.
FlatBook: a responsive e-book landing page theme with a flat design. It has a one-page layout, MailChimp integration, 2 menu layouts, drag & drop content builders, and more.
Ureeka: a decent theme for book review sites. The design is inspired by the iBooks app. You get to run a book showcase or blog on the front-page of your site.
Eureka: a minimalist theme for online bookshops. It supports WP e-Commerce, Jigoshop, and WooCommerce.
Novelist: this theme is designed for authors to showcase their work online. It offers full-screen image backgrounds, easy logo customization, Google fonts supports, and more. The theme is optimized for smartphones and tablets.
You don’t necessarily need these themes to sell your e-books online, but they do help you set up your e-book sites faster. Have you found better e-book landing page themes? Please share them here.