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Which ebook format do you require?

We support the ePub format for publishing eBooks on our platform.

What are the benefits of the ePub format?
The ePub format is one of the most popular and widely used eBook formats. It offers several advantages that make it the ideal choice for publishing eBooks:

  1. Platform Independence: The ePub format can be read on a variety of devices and platforms geöffnet such as Amazon, Tolino, Apple's iBookstore and including e-readers, tablets, smartphones and computers. It automatically adapts to the screen size and reading device for optimal readability.

  2. Text flow and customisation: ePub enables dynamic text flow, allowing readers to adjust font size, line spacing and other reading settings to suit their personal preferences.

  3. Interactivity: The ePub format supports multimedia elements such as images, videos and hyperlinks, making the reading experience more interactive and varied.

  4. Compact file format: ePub files are compact and take up less space than other eBook formats, making them easier to download and share.

How do I upload my eBook in ePub format?
To publish your own book as an eBook on our platform, we need it in ePub format. There are two ways to do this:

  1. Self-upload in ePub format: If you already have an ePub file, you can simply upload it during the publishing process. Make sure the ePub file meets the required specifications and is error free to ensure a smooth publishing experience.

  2. Conversion to ePub format: If you have your book as Word documents, we offer you the option of having us convert these text files into the desired ePub format (reflowable). Our professional conversion service ensures that the eBook is created in the best quality and that all relevant formatting and style elements are retained. If you only have a PDF or want your eBook to be created in a fixed layout, we can provide you with an external quote for a conversion.

  3. Important note:
    Make sure that you own the copyright to the work or are authorised to publish it to avoid any legal problems.
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