HOW TO: GET THE MOST OUT OF YOUR AUDIBLE PURCHASE

Hey guys, today I’m coming at you with a new How To post. I haven’t done one in a bit and as you guys know, I really enjoy talking about audiobooks, so I thought I would combine the two (again).

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First up, make sure Audible is the right site for you. There are plenty of other sites you can use like Audiobooks.com, YouTube, Overdrive. Audible is aย ย monthly subscription,ย so make sure you want it before you sign yourself up.

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Get the narration you want. Before you purchase or use a credit to get a book, you should always listen to a sample. What’s the point of buying a book if you don’tย like how it’s told?

If you find that you don’t love the narration you should always try YouTube or Overdrive.

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This is going to sound bad, and maybe it is, but if you find by the time you’re finished listening to your book, return/ refund it. Get a credit back, if you’re never going to listen to it again, then what is the point of keeping it?

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Buy the long books. Okay, so this is a bit hypocritical of me as I mostly listen to audiobooks for all my reading and will listen to anything from 5 to 40 hours. For example,ย the Sherlock Holmes collection goes on for hours because it is all the SH stories. The benefits to this are that you get all the content, all narrated by the same person, and you pay the same price you would pay for a 3 hour audiobook.

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Just do it guys, buy the collections. It is so worth it and you will really get your bang for your buck. These are really great for readathons and long commutes, I generally listen to mine on the way to school or work.

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There will be sales so take advantage of them. You can always get email updates for the site, or if you’re anything like me, then you’re already on the site on thee ties a month anyway. Audible often has promotions and sales and sometimes they even have free books, so you should keep your eye out.

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Now this one is pretty obvious, but actually, listen to the books. I know I have over 5 books in my account that I haven’t listened to yet. I’ve been meaning to get to this but life’s gotten in the way and they are still just sitting there…

Don’t let them sit there on your phone/ computer calling to you. As soon as you buy your audiobook, listen to it.

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Do you use Audible? Do you agree with any of my tips?

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5 thoughts on “HOW TO: GET THE MOST OUT OF YOUR AUDIBLE PURCHASE

  1. I never knew you could return books on audible! That’s one of the reasons I haven’t joined. I love the tip for buying large collections, it’s good to get the most out of your money. I mainly use overdrive because I love my local libraries, but unfortunately they don’t have many audio books.

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    1. Oh my gosh, you can! You should be able to do it yourself in your account for the first few and then you can also send an email through the contact me section which is what I always do because that way I can’t mess everything up. I would definitely recommend Audible, it’s a really good site and you’ve always got the first month to decide if you like it or not. I also use overdrive, but I find that mine mostly has ebooks so for me Audible is a safe investment.

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