E-junkieGuruMost eBook sellers offer their file in PDF format, which is cross-platform compatible with many different reader programs/apps available, and would also be able to take advantage of our PDF Stamping feature as a deterrent against file sharing:
You must be joking. I have 11 different versions of my ebook depending on the file type, the publisher, and the reader device. Ebook self publishing is an absolute nightmare. There is no one-size-fits all format.
Devices which cannot open PDFs also typically cannot use files provided through our service anyway (e.g., iPhones/iPads can only download from Apple's App Store, non-PDF-capable models of Kindle can only read files provided by Amazon, etc.).
I don't think this is true. What about distributors like Lulu? What about devices like the Sony Reader?
You may instead wish to simply make a separate product for each file format, and let each buyer order the file type they prefer.
The problem is they are not going to know any better than I am which version of the ebook will work and look best on their reader, so I just want to offer all of them at once.
Thanks for your help