Having formatting issues with your Kindle content? While it’s relatively easy to upload an ebook to Kindle Publishing, it can be a pain to actually have it formatted correctly. Many readers want easy to read formatting with a clickable table of contents.By having problem-free formatting, you eliminate another reason someone can leave you a bad review.
Fortunately, a new tool has been released that allows you to easily format your ebook. Kinstant Formatter
(great name, right?)is a web-based tool that allows you to upload your word docs and have them formatted super easy for Kindle publishing. Rachel Rofe, Dennis Becker, and Steve Henty developed this tool.
This is one of the easiest tools ever. You log-in, upload your document, which can be in a variety of formats, fill out some basic info about your book, upload your cover image, and that’s about it.
I’ve uploaded several books using the Formatter, I can tell you it is very easy to use.
One of the things I like about it is you can easily create a table of contents just by designating your headings in Word. I often have problems doing the TOC, so I really like this feature. It also handles images well and works really quickly.
Right now it is a one time fee, but they mention in the future they are going to be charging an annual fee for new users.