If you are creating content on the web, you need to provide a visual image or cover to put on your website or share on social media. Unless you are already a Photoshop guru, creating a professional cover was next to impossible until now.
Fast eBook Covers was created for those of us that know what we want and need to easily create these images fast with professional results. I have been using Fast eBook Covers for over a month now, and I really like what is created with this online web tool. It works on either PC or Mac with an online connection. There is no software to download, you can save your covers to your local hard drive and there is no limit to what you can create.
I have negotiated a special introductory price of $27.00 with life-time license until June 1st for Fill the Funnel readers. Permanent price will be $47.00 when it will be promoted across the web.
You are not limited to just one cover style. Fast eBook covers creates images in any of these 12 formats:
Be creative with this tool to create not only covers for your reports and ebooks. How about surveys? Use the images you create to liven up your PowerPoint graphics and your presentations. They look great in video’s and on SlideShare as well.
I have tried a handful of tools on the market for this purpose and labored for hours, only to stop short of a finished product because of the difficulty using the software. This one is a no-brainer to use. The options are to outsource your covers and wait days for them to come back and then days more for the corrections and revisions
The key benefits of Fast eBook Cover are:
- Drag and drop easy
- No download
- PC or Mac
- 70 + pre-designed layouts or use your own images and start from scratch
- 200+ banners, images, graphics and fonts and effects
- Unlimited covers
- Lifetime License
Take advantage of the special Fill the Funnel launch price of $27.00
Here is the SlideShare version if you prefer: http://www.slideshare.net/milesaustin/how-to-create-fast-easy-and-high
Save $20 and grab your own license. Begin creating your covers and then share a link to your cover and cd/dvd case creations in the comments below.