When you log into Sqribble, you will see a lot of eBook templates to select from. They’re all based on categories that are various, so you will have to find one that matches your market/topic/niche.
After you have selected the template you would like to use, you just click “view” to see how your eBook is going to look (don’t worry, we will add your content next.)
In this particular view screen, you are able to see exactly how the book will be laid out and get a feel for the style. In the event you do not like it, you are able to always go back and choose another template (there are fifty templates to choose from, and you are able to also edit the templates too, in all sorts of ways.)
You will see that the layouts and designs are extremely slick. They are like professional publications!
Then, you will be asked exactly where you want to source your content for the book. You are able to choose:
Grab from a URL:
This lets you place some URL you want, and Sqribble will instantly pull the content from that page and insert into your book. It strips the html code and simply inserts the text from the page. This’s my favorite method, since it saves a great deal of time, and allows you to use expert content (with credits) which means you are able to target niches and topics you are not an expert in!
Start from scratch:
As it sounds, this will allow you to enter your content like you would enter it into a Word document. You just type straight into the page.
Copy and paste manually:
This enables you to copy content from anywhere you want, and paste into the book, where the guide will format and lay it out for you professionally.
Upload Word File:
You’ll be able to get Sqribble to pull your content straight from a Word document, stripping out weird formatting or any code.
Start from Article Collection:
Below you are able to extract content from Sqribble’s huge library of private label articles which you are able to use for free, without crediting authors or perhaps linking to the source. It is another good way to easily fill your book with content, at no cost!
Lastly, you will move to an editing screen, in which you are able to resize text, move content around, edit text directly, add media, links, lists, call to action areas, new pages, and a whole bunch of other choices for customizing the look and feel of individual pages or perhaps the complete book.
You are able to actually add new pages that use an entirely different layout to the majority of your book, providing you with a great amount of limitless choices and flexibility for your book.
While editing, another thing I really liked was the Themes option. With a single click, you are able to immediately change the color theme and font style of your whole book. It is like giving your book a new “skin” and It is just one more element that sets Sqribble apart from the various other tools out there.
Lastly, when you are prepared to publish, you reach the little “Generate eBook” button in the top right corner of the screen and voila, your book is now ready!
What else can Sqribble do in the Frontend?
Sqribble is a versatile tool, with tons more features I found useful. For example, here’s what else Sqribble can do:
- Automatic table of contents
- Automatic headers and footers
- Automatic pagination
- Drag and drop design
- Add or delete pages
- Add your own media
- 300+ Google Fonts
- 50 eBook templates (covering 15 different niches)
- 10 different eBook themes (1 click changes the color scheme of the book)
- Import content from a URL
- Manually add content
And that’s just the stuff you find inside the dashboard! There are tons of features packed into this tool, making it one of the best eBook creators I’ve seen, but there is one slight negative point which I’ll cover down below.