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Free-eBooks.net, a leading eBook download site, signed up Its five millionth member this month.

Free-eBooks.net, one of the world’s leading eBook download websites, has just announced that its membership has surpassed the five million mark.

“We are extremely proud and excited to have reached the five million member benchmark,” explains Nicolas Gremion, CEO of Paradise Publishers – the parent company of Free-eBooks.net and its affiliated websites. “But those of us on the Paradise Publishers team give the credit to our loyal fans and readers. They are the ones that made it happen, and we think of our five million members as the most important components of our continuing success.”

Paradise Publisher's websites receive more than two million visitors per month, and have provided more than 20,000,000 eBook downloads – making it one of the most popular eBook destinations in the industry. More than 10,000 titles a day are downloaded from Free-eBooks.net. It is frequently rated #1 by Google for “free eBooks” and is consistently ranked within the top five searches.

The website, which grows by approximately 100,000 new members per month offers libraries in English, Spanish, and Portuguese, too. Free-eBooks.net has 3.75 million English-speaking members, plus a million members who prefer to read their books in Spanish and more than 225,000 Portuguese readers. Right now the site is also in the process of expanding into other languages in order to make great literature available to an even larger worldwide audience.

“We also have a VIP program with more than 60,000 members,” Gremion adds, “and every month an average of 1,800 new members sign up for VIP benefits. For a nominal membership fee, which is reinvested to help us continue to grow and expand, they can download unlimited titles in a wide variety of formats compatible with virtually every eReader and mobile device.”

Free-eBooks.net launched back in 2006, during a time when many industry observers were skeptical that electronic, digitally-formatted books would catch on in a big way. A lot has changed since then and today hundreds of millions of consumers buy and read eBooks. “When we started, many people told us that we were making a mistake, because eBooks were going to be a short-lived passing trend,” recalls Gremion. “But we are excited to say that our perseverance and faith has paid off in a big way. Reaching this benchmark is a tremendous honor.”

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