Adazing Launches Easy and Simple to Use Cover Mockup Tool for eBooks

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(Pittsburgh, PA) In the digital print industry, consumers purchase eBooks on impulse 30 percent of the time. This means that first impressions matter. Without a quality, well-designed cover, an eBook may be passed over simply because it made no type of lasting impression.

In an effort to help reduce the stress and cost of creating an eBook cover Adazing has introduced a simple and easy cover mock up tool.

“More eBook authors are using our free mock-up tool than any other one available on the internet today,” stated creator CJ McDaniel. “If you want to gain maximum impact and interest when selling products, eBooks or even offering a free report, it is imperative that your item appears to be valuable. Being able to make your image appear to be a tangible product goes quite a long way in convincing a casual browser to become a real customer.”

The mockup tool offered at adazing.com only takes a few minutes to use, from beginning to end. A person only needs to choose the desired product, upload the image of their product cover and the tool will handle the rest. If a person doesn’t yet have a cover, they can create one with the software available. It is free and easy to use, making it easy to have a great product launch or giveaway.

“When you use our mockup tool, you will find we offer a number of features to make the process easy and hassle free,” continued McDaniel. “You have a large selection of mockup formats to choose from and the tool is a great option for any author who already has a designed cover. You can use your book on Amazon by simply using the Amazon link. Our goal is to make it extremely simple to get the amazing cover you want and need.”

Ebook authors and others interested in learning more about how the tool works or using it to create a custom eBook cover can visit the to see and use the free service.

ABOUT ADAZING

Adazing is a mockup tool created by CJ McDaniel. CJ grew up admiring books. His family owned a small bookstore throughout his early childhood, and he would spend weekends flipping through book after book, always sure to read the ones that looked the most interesting. Not much has changed since then, except now some of those interesting books he picks off the shelf were designed by his company!

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