Ebook Cover Factory Review

Ebook Cover Factory is a product created by Colin Scott. It gives users access to over 200 templates for creating your own ebook covers.

What does the product offer?

Ebook Cover Factory is something of an interesting proposition that comprises of a combination of hundreds of different ebook templates as well as training videos teaching you how to use them correctly. As well as the pre made templates Colin Scott provides over 400 high quality images to make new covers yourself. Ebook Cover Factory also comes with a number of bonuses provided in the form of training and additional products that would suit ebook authors.

How does the product work?

Ebook Cover Factory is reliant on the notion that people will judge a book by its cover. There is definitely some merit to this but I am not certain that Ebook Cover Factory is the correct way to go about it. My concern lies in the fact that there may be other purchasers out there using the same template as you. This obviously makes the task of making your work stand out somewhat more difficult.

What is the initial investment?

This is one of Ebook Cover Factory’s stronger areas as Colin Scott has made the whole package is available for a one time payment of $47. There is also a 30 day money back guarantee in place although this does seem to be vendor provided.

What is the rate of return?

Collin Scott claims that once he implemented his cover designs that are featured in Ebook Cover Factory on his own ebooks he was able to see sales increase by over 400%.

Conclusion

I don’t doubt that Ebook Cover Factory is a pretty decent product if you are in the ebook writing niche. Given the number of templates and the ability to make more covers through additional images I would go as far as to say it’s set at a very decent price. My concerns are mentioned before, that there may be other users with the same cover. I also don’t buy into the claim by Collin Scott that his sales jumped 400%. This may have happened for one month but I remain sceptical it stayed there.

All that having been said, the fact that even through fiverr a cover would cost you a minimum of $5, mean that Ebook Cover Factory is a bargain of sorts.

 

 

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From: Simon Roberts