I like Smashwords – but uploading the MS is a bit of a pain. The meatgrinder as it’s known is notoriously fickle. On the plus side, it will throw the MS back and tell you what to fix. It can take several attempts before it goes through. The help pages on Smashwords are good and will offer advice.
One of the benefits of SW is the Premium Catalog https://www.smashwords.com/dashboard/channelManager/
You can submit your book, and have it distributed to a multitude of other sites – including Barnes and Noble, Kobo, I-books and many others. The most useful aspect I have found for Smashy is the coupons. You can produce a coupon to reduce a specific book, for a specific time. It’s great for gifts, review copies etc. Smashwords pay monthly (sort of). But the distribution stores pay at different times so it’s a little fiddly to keep track. That…
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