Launch of eBook on Amazon's Kindle Store

One of the greatest aspects of running a web design agency is the wide variety of projects we are lucky enough to work on. We have clients in many different sectors, from online retailers of car bulbs to firms that specialise in white dove release at weddings and funerals!

The fast changing nature of the online space also means there's always new technologies to work with. eBooks have grown in popularity over the last year thanks to the growth of the Amazon Kindle Store. We were approched by our client, R B Hall, to create a complete marketing project for her eBook launch - 'Not Breaking When You're Broken'. The book was written by the author in response to her own personal experiences and her aim is to help others who have gone through the process of a relationship break down.

We worked with the author to develop the branding for the eBook, created a micro-site, assisted in setting up social networking, converted a PowerPoint presentation to publish on YouTube and also handled the process of converting the book to the Kindle Store.

The eBook is now available to purchase on the Amazon Kindle store and can be read on a variety of platforms.

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