Ebook distributors market and sell your digital titles.
Amazon is the largest eBook retailer. You can list your titles with Amazon directly or work with a digital asset distribution service; such as Overdrive or Ingram Digital, that distributes your titles to them.
Barnes & Nobles.com
Barnes and Nobles is the second largest eBook retailer.
Diesel eBook Store
Diesel eBook Store is a seller of eBooks and a provider of white label ebook stores to publishers.
This seller of eBooks allows self-publishers and publishers to select their DRM options.
“Ingram is the only supplier of digital asset management and distribution services with over 40 years experience in the publishing industry coupled with over 10 years of specialized e-content distribution. With no upfront development costs, Ingram’s content solutions help to minimize publisher’s financial investment and IT risk.”
Kobo is one of the top 5 eBook retailers.
NetLibrary launched the eBook category and is fast growing to become the eContent provider of choice for academic, community college, public, medical, corporate and many other libraries. It offers easy-to-use functionality with access to multiple formats and best-selling titles from the world’s leading publishers. NetLibrary represents a unique dual heritage: a trusted partner for librarians and publishers, with a firm commitment to technological innovation on behalf of end-users.
OverDrive distributes premium digital content for more than 1,000 publishers through Content Reserve, our admin portal and e-warehouse for publishers. More than 13,000 libraries, schools, and retailers worldwide rely on OverDrive to supply them with the best selection of digital titles.
OverDrive can develop a custom-built, feature-rich eRetail store that enables you to sell eBooks & audiobooks to your customers. No additional hardware or software is required. Leading publishers like Harlequin deliver digital books directly to their customers using the OverDrive MIDAS® platform.