The process for transferring EBSCOhost e-books to a compatible Apple iOS or Google Android device requires that you first download and install an application that can be authorized to communicate with Adobe Digital Editions and function as a book reader. Bluefire Reader is a free application that is excellent for these purposes. You can use Bluefire Reader to open PDF and EPUB files on your mobile device. Download and install the Apple iOS or Google Android version as appropriate. You only have to do this step once.
But a curious thing was happening further up the Top 100 Free list. Two other free books of ours seemed to be garnering enough downloads for ranks that would put them in the Top 100, but they were sitting just outside that visibility. In fact, during the early evening, one of those titles lost a rank. Yes, a single rank, but at #107 with a good history of increasing downloads behind it, that was very telling movement.
Next you need to put your page anchors in there. This could be very tedious if you haven't done any preparatory work, such as putting visible page numbers in plain sight in square brackets  the way I did for a couple of ebooks. It wasn't very elegant, but at least it was easy to find where the page breaks were. I have a Blather voice command that triggers a python script to create these things. Here's an example of page number anchor, which goes in the main text of the book wherever you want to insert a page number. This will not be visible to the reader inline. This is for page 57: 2b1af7f3a8