With the release of Google Drive, it’s now easier than ever to share files with friends and co-workers. However, there are some limitations that can make sharing difficult. Here is a comprehensive guide on how to share your Google Drive content with anyone you want.
This is the definitive guide to using Google Drive to distribute your free ebooks and documents. To make your ebooks publicly available for public consumption, follow this step-by-step instruction.
I discussed the top 7 reasons WHY you should produce an eBook for your company in my previous article. You may be wondering how sharing a Google Doc relates to an ebook.
The explanation is simple: you may make an ebook file public and share it with anybody through a clickable link by utilizing Google Drive. You must first save your ebook as a PDF file before proceeding with the instructions below.
The ebook will be fully open to the public, and anybody may read it via search engines or a sharing link.
In reality, it isn’t restricted to ebooks; if you have any document or file that you’d want to share with the world, you may use the identical methods outlined below.
It’s important to remember that making a Google document public implies that anybody may read it. As a result, be certain that the material is worth sharing and that it accurately reflects your business.
Second, you’ll have to give up the chance to profit from the ebook or material. In exchange for making it available for free indefinitely, you will be able to reach a larger audience and build your brand.
I’ll teach you how to use the Google Drive website to share your ebook with the world on Google Drive. The same procedures apply to the Google Drive mobile app.
1 Go to Google Drive and sign in.
Log in to Google Drive using your Google account.
2. Select your file
Choose the file you’d want to share. Then right-click on the file and choose “share.”
3. Create a link that may be shared.
Click “Get shareable link” in the sharing box.
For that individual file, you’ll be given a unique URL.
4. After that, Scroll down the choices and choose “More…” after clicking “Anyone on the internet.”
5. Link Sharing Preferences
Select “On- Public on the Web” in the link sharing window. Anyone may now view the file by using the shareable link or searching for it in a search engine.
*Once you’ve enabled this link-sharing option, you’ll lose control over who can view the document. One of the readers may pass the link on to others, who will then pass it on to others. They can all read the ebook/document you’ve provided. This is a fantastic site to use if you want your ebook or paper to spread extensively and virally.
6. Access privileges
You’ll find three choices for public sharing under the “Access” section:
- Can see (by default) — Only the public has access to read the file.
- May leave a remark – Anyone can read and make a comment.
- The public has the ability to view and modify the file.
7. When you’re through with the settings, click “Save.”
8. Send the link to the invitation
Simply type the recipients’ email addresses into the box to share the file with them immediately. If you’d like, include a note with your message.
9. Distribute the URL
You may paste the link to your website, social networking platforms, email, forum, and other places by clicking “Copy link.”
Google Drive can help you promote your eBook.
Sharing your ebook or material on Google Drive is a fantastic method to reach out to a large audience, share your message, and grow your business. Don’t forget to add some call-to-actions after you’ve spent so much time and effort creating your finest content.
What do you want to accomplish by providing a free ebook? Do you want your voice to be heard? Make a name for yourself? To increase the number of followers? To make this approach work, you’ll need to add connections to your website, social media accounts, goods, and services, as well as begin growing your following.
Here’s an example of a free ebook I created using Google Drive Document. Download a copy of my ebook to learn how I accomplished it.
In less than 5 minutes, you may share a file with the public on Google Drive by following these easy steps!
Do you use Google Drive to distribute your ebooks or other material as part of your content marketing strategy?
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Jenny Tan has worked in sales, marketing, finance, business development, retailing, vision care, and consulting for over a decade. Jenny has always had an entrepreneurial attitude in her heart, believing that nothing is impossible in life and that everyone is born with ability and potential. Jenny co-founded Think Maverick with a group of like-minded and motivated online entrepreneurs after years of experience and difficulties.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I upload ebooks to Google Drive?
Yes, you can upload ebooks to Google Drive.
Can I share a Kindle book on Google Drive?
Yes. You can share any Kindle book that you have purchased on Google Drive by following these steps: 1. Download the free app, Bookshelf, from the Amazon Appstore onto your device. 2. Open Bookshelf and tap Your Books in the bottom left corner of the screen to see all your books. 3. Find the book you want to share and tap it to open its information page. 4. Tap Share button in the top right corner of the screen to share with anyone or choose a sharing option for this specific book (Email, Message, etc.).
What is the best way to share an ebook?
If you are looking for a way to share your ebook, the best option is to upload it onto Amazons Kindle Direct Publishing website.
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