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Gospel eBooks was the first website to provide alerts for free and discounted Christian e-books. We keep track of which titles are on sale and then post a fresh list of deals for you every morning. We’re here to save you time and money by pointing you to e-books that you actually want to read, at a fraction of the cost. To ensure you never miss another deal again (as many are on sale for just a day or two) we’d like to introduce you to the various ways you can subscribe to our deal alerts.
Before we explain the various ways you can get these alerts, in the table below you’ll find a helpful summary of the various methods we have and how they differ in frequency of notification.
|FREQUENCY OF ALERTS||ONCE DAILY (AM)||TWICE DAILY (AM & PM)||NUMEROUS IN AM||NO NOTIFICATIONS|
HOW TO GET OUR ALERTS
Would you like to be alerted when our daily e-book deals are posted each morning? Subscribe below and you'll never miss a sale again.
You can receive our deal alerts via Facebook by “following” our page. We send out two posts per day (once in the morning and a re-cap post in the evening). Because of Facebook’s algorithm you need to follow one important step to ensure you see our posts every day. Head on over to our Facebook page and then click “follow”, then hover over the word “following” and click either “all on” (to get a Facebook notification when we post) and/or click “see first” (for us to show up in the top of your news feed). Then click the pencil icon to bring up the settings and make sure you select “posts” before clicking “done”.
Every morning and evening we post one tweet which links to all of the deals for the day. To receive these alerts via Twitter just follow us @gospelebooks.
The final way you can stay in touch with Gospel eBooks is to add our site to your bookmarks in your favorite browser. There are no notifications for this method so you’ll have to visit our site daily. Here are instructions for how to add bookmarks in Chrome, Firefox, and Safari.
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