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Online Publishing Opens Doorways of Opportunity

Online publishing encompasses many forms of data and information, such as research, marketing and advertising, literary and informational text, and news. Also known as e-publishing, electronic publishing, and web publishing, online publishing has some unique advantages over the printed word, mainly easier, wider, and faster distribution and accessibility.

Publisher Software Offering Flexibility and Ease of Use

Modern technology is amazing and has touched every profession and field of business. The evolution of software has made it’s way into the publishing sector allowing publishing firms and services to improve products while cutting back times and costs.

Why You, As an Author, Need Your Own ISBN

There are ways to expertly publish a book while retaining all the rights, and I mean all of them. Let me explain what I mean. Until a couple of years ago, only publishers could purchase ISBNs. These International Standard Book Numbers are required to register a book in the Ingram database used by every bookstore to order books.

How to Hire a Good Editor

A big mistake self-published authors make is to try to save money by doing the editing and proofreading themselves. No author should rely on his own editing or on that of his niece, the college English major. Hiring a professional with experience editing and proofreading is necessary before publishing a book.

Can You Be Successful With Print on Demand?

While many first authors find themselves turning to the print on demand publishing option, others cite making such a choice committing literary suicide. The last thing you want to hear after you have spend the last several years compiling what you believe to be the next great novel is that by choosing print on demand means you are killing your literary career before it really got off the ground. While that may be true in some cases, or many cases, it doesn’t necessarily have to be yours.

On Agents

When I was in high school, I heard about an agent named Swifty Lazar, who could sell something plagiarized off a soap label for a fortune. I wanted him to be my agent. But I settled for G.

Should You Publish Your Own Book?

Questions about self publishing: Should I publish my book through an established publisher? Isn’t publishing a book a long, expensive process? Aren’t print on demand books of poor quality? How much money can I expect to earn?

How to Succeed at Self Publishing

Self-publishers may think that their books are the equal to books from traditional publishers. But in the marketplace they may well lose out to books that are better produced and less expensive. Here’s how to turn this disadvantage to an advantage.

How Print-on-Demand Book Distribution Works

The process by which books are put into a print-on-demand and digital printing system, how they are ordered, and how they are delivered is covered. This quick introduction to the subject is of interest to authors and other people who want to self publish a book. Digital printing and print-on-demand distribution have made book publishing faster, easier and less expensive than ever.

Tips For Getting Educational Textbooks Published

The process of getting educational books published is one that is very challenging indeed. Educational books are an essential part of the learning process and as such the millions of students and pupils around the world have created a market worth a lot of money.

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