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How To Promote Your Book Using Envato Elements?

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Last Updated on November 21, 2022 by Ben Oakley

To read a deep dive on using Envato Elements and learning what it’s all about, check out ‘A Creative’s Toolkit from the Gods.’ It has everything you need to know!

Now you’re clued up on what Envato Elements is, it’s time to get down to the nitty gritty.

How exactly can Envato Elements help you promote a book?

Well, it’s all in the assets.

Book Cover Images.

Envato Elements Stock Photos. How To Promote Your Book Using Envato Elements?

If you’re an author who creates your own book covers, firstly, well done. Secondly, you’re most likely going to need some images to work from.

Envato is one of the better options for getting hold of stock photos. Not only do you get over four-million images included in your subscription, they’re also royalty free.

It means every photo on the site has a commercial license included, so you don’t have to worry about using the image for your book cover.

If you have an author website or blog, you can use any of the stock photos as your featured image or to spice up the article.

Book Fonts.

There are over 20,000 fonts included in the subscription, which gives you ample design choices for your book cover.

It is one of the largest databases of commercial fonts on the internet.

A book is often sold on the strength of the cover alone, and the font plays a large part of that.

Book Website Themes.

Wordpress Themes for Authors. How To Promote Your Book Using Envato Elements?

Some authors choose to have separate websites for each book they release. It enables them to share content relative to that specific book.

Envato holds over 4,000 website themes and 1,500 WordPress themes, all with commercial usage.

Just to hammer it home, that commercial usage aspect I keep banging on about it, is a massive part of why using Envato Elements is beneficial for authors.

You will also be able to find the perfect theme for your author website.

Promotional Graphics.

Every book needs to be promoted, and unless you have pockets as deep as Elon Musk then you need to be savvy with your spending.

Using Envato Elements, gives you access to over 300,000 graphics and graphics templates. Many are compatible with Adobe software or Pixlr.

It means you won’t be likely to run out of ideas anytime soon. They’re all included in the Envato subscription, which makes keeping a track of your spending a breeze.

If you’re looking for book mock-ups, then Placeit by Envato is where you need to be.

Stock Videos for Promotion.

Stock Videos for Authors and Book Promotion. Envato Elements.

Stock videos can assist in the production of book trailers, YouTube videos and other promotional videos.

As every video on the site has a commercial license, you could include them as is on your website, blog, or social media platforms.

To seal the deal, there are over three-million stock videos and motion graphics included with your subscription.

Presentation Templates.

There are over 50,000 presentation templates available to download from the site.

You might be wondering why this will help in the promotion of your book? Instead of paying over £100 for a Nielsen Biblet, you can make one yourself!

The templates can also be used to create content for your newsletter subscribers or for the promotion of your book.

What is the price tag on an Envato Elements Subscription?

In the UK and EU, prices start at €14.50/month (£12.20). U.S. prices start from $16.50. These were accurate as of November 2022 but check the Envato Elements site for any changes.

You can easily run book promotions using Envato Elements assets. The major benefit of using the platform is that you have everything under one roof.

I personally use the service, and I know many others who do. I’ve only listed the main assets from the site but there are many more. Why not explore?

Visit Envato Elements today to see what all the fuss is about!

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Ben Oakley is a bestselling author, researcher, publisher, blogger, and mental health advocate from Camden, England. Usually found on Twitter or in the bars and parks of Camden. Agathokakological is his favourite word!

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