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A Global View on Kobo

Chances are you already know Kobo is a global company. But did you know that Kobo has merchandisers around the globe creating unique web store views in the major global territories? Did you know that the merchandisers in Canada might have special features on Books by Canucks, or the merchandisers…

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Go Global with Kobo Writing Life

Did you know that when you publish with Kobo Writing Life your books are not just available for sale at Kobo, but are also available in our many partner sites? If you provide us with the rights to distribute your content Worldwide, your eBooks can be made available in a number of…

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New Pricing Control

Setting The Price On a New Book You will first set the price of your book starting with your default currency. If you set a list price of $2.99 USD or more you will earn maximum royalties of 70%. Once you enter the price in your default currency, we will…

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Build Your Global Sales with Kobo Writing Life

NOTE: This piece originally appeared on The Book Designer. By Christine Munroe Why should self-published authors and small publishers distribute directly to Kobo? And how can you grow your global sales? Here are detailed tips on maximizing your potential with the Kobo Writing Life (KWL) platform, featuring advice from some…

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Kobo Writing Life Gets Lit Up!

KWL Director, Mark Lefebvre was recently a guest on Lit Up! with Angela Breidenbach on TogiNet Radio. In the interview, Mark talks a bit about his own non-fiction writing (he writes non-fiction paranormal books for Toronto publisher Dundurn Press), where they explore history, local lore and ghost stories, and then…

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Kobo Writing Life Podcast – Episode 032 – Dan Rubinstein

Director of Global Merchandising at Kobo, Nathan Maharaj interviews Dan Rubinstein, author of Born to Walk: The Transformative Power of A Pedestrian Act. The case for getting back on our feet The humble act of putting one foot in front of the other transcends age, geography, culture, and class, and…

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Literary Round Up: October 19th

Marina here with this week’s Literary Round Up!   A few announcements: The Kobo Writing Life podcast is now releasing new episodes weekly! Check out the newest one with our European Manager of KWL, Camille Mofidi. Camille shares her thoughts on why authors should go global, the questions they need to…

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KWL EP 120 – Camille Mofidi: Translation

In this episode, we sit down with the European Manager of Kobo Writing Life, Camille Mofidi.

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My Title Was Rejected From a Kobo Promotion – Why?

  By Elyse Daniels, Global Audiobooks Merchandiser   *If you don’t yet have access to the Kobo Promotions tool and your titles are uploaded directly through KWL, email us at writinglife@kobo.com and we can set it up for you!   So you’ve been rejected. Story of an author’s life, am…

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Kobo Writing Life Podcast – Episode 093 – Interviews from When Words Collide

Episode 93 includes a series of short interviews that KWL Director, Mark Lefebvre conducted at the 2017 When Words Collide conference in Calgary, Alberta. Mark speaks with authors Robert J. Sawyer and C.C. Humphreys as well as marketing consultant Mickey Mikkelson about digital publishing, global eBook pricing, author promotion strategies…

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How My Sales on Kobo Topped All Other Vendors

SALES ON KOBO TOPPED ALL OTHER VENDORS DURING MY FIRST GLOBAL DISCOUNT-PRICE PROMOTION By Diana Deverell This result surprised me. I’m an ex-pat American living in Denmark and I own a Kobo Mini eReader and a Kobo tablet. I love Kobo. The only eBooks I buy elsewhere are ones sold…

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Kobo Writing Life Podcast – Episode 058 – Insights from Kobo Merchandisers

Episode 58 features an interview with Kobo Merchandisers Liz Hilborn (Manager of Merchandising) and Sarah Smith-Eivemark (Canadian Merchandiser) conducted by Mark Lefebvre, KWL Director. In the interview, Mark, Liz and Sarah discuss: What a merchandiser is and what they do at Kobo How merchandisers work with publisher sales reps to…

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Kobo Writing Life Podcast – Episode 042 – Kelley Armstrong

New York Times Bestselling author Kelley Armstrong is interviewed by Kobo’s Nora Parker about the hot serialized summer release CITY OF THE LOST. Nora and Kelley discuss: How Kelley has always enjoyed the serialized format and how the project came about at the request of her Canadian publisher The changes…

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Podcast: Storytelling in the digital age

If you’d like some insider insight to the self-publishing world, tune in to Emily Craven’s Ebook Revolution Podcast, where she talks with Kobo’s own Mark Lefebvre for a little over an hour.  They chat on a variety of topics related to self-publishing, touching on: The advent of the ‘hybrid’ author…

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5 Tips for Self-Published Authors

Embarking on a writing career can have you feeling like you’re staring up at a steep mountain with an almost unnavigable path. We’ve all heard the success stories of authors who have sold millions through self-publishing and landed themselves a movie deal, but how did they get there? The Kobo…

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