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An e-book (electronic book) is a digital publication that may include interaction tools.

Absolutely! Having your account at Ink it will always be free. You only pay for the services of your choice.

Here at Ink it we always make sure that your content is flawlessly converted. Also, we guarantee that each converted file will meet the standards established by each store.

No. The intellectual property, legal rights, contents, and file will always be yours. Ink it only converts and/or distributes your digital books.

Go ahead! The file belongs to you.

Not at all. Distribution via Ink it is up to you.

We’ve got your back! With Ink it, you have access to the most prestigious digital stores.

Ink it has presence all over the world. You can sell your books in more than 85 territories!

Your e-books are converted into EPUB. This file format is the gold standard supported by most phones, computers, tablets, and e-readers.

Of course! You just need to create a new project in your account.

There is no exclusivity. If you’re willing to convert your books by yourself, but distributing them via Ink it, make sure that your content is uploaded only once to each store. Otherwise, it could be confusing for buyers to find duplicates in the same marketplace.

Yes! That’s one of the many advantages of using Ink it! Any change is made once, and then applied to all selected stores.

Profits are wired periodically to your bank account.

Don't worry. You can, at any time, deactivate the distribution feature directly in your account.

It is an international standard electronic book format developed by the IDPF (International Digital Publishing Forum) that works interchangeably with different readers. Its main characteristic is that the page format adapts to different screen sizes of the multiple e-book reading devices.

It stands for International Standard Book Number. It is a 13-digit international registration number used by the entire publishing industry to identify, classify, and market, both, physical and digital books. The ISBN grants you international registration, and no one else will have an identical number to confuse it with. As a benefit, this indexed number can be used as a search engine on the net, and in physical and digital stores.

It is not mandatory to have an ISBN, but it is important to emphasize that if you already have one for a paper edition of your book, it is not useful for the digital edition. You must process a different one. If you want to process it, visit the International ISBN Agency to find the agency responsible for issuing ISBNs in your country.

Each store has its own policies, so it depends. Our system provides a breakdown for you to better understand those numbers.