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Can AI Reduce Discrimination Against Non-native Writers? – Nilangan Ray | Guest Post

Can AI Reduce Discrimination Against Non-native Writers? – Nilangan Ray | Guest Post

Have you encountered job ads that exclusively seek native speakers? Have you faced rejections due to not being a prolific writer? As a non-native writer, you may have great thoughts, stories, or research to share, but your writing style and quality may not always measure up to those of native writers. This often results in

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Are Entry-Level Jobs Disappearing in Publishing? – Ella Gallego | Guest Post

You’re a recent literature graduate or someone pivoting in their career who wants to acquire an entry level publishing position. However, entry level publishing position requirements far exceed entry-level. You continuously encounter entry-level positions, with meagre pay, that require or implicitly request previous experience. Phrases like ‘3-5 years of publishing experience required’ or ‘contracts experience

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Changing Trends in the Publishing Industry: 2021 – Charlie Svensson | Guest Post

2021 promises many things for the publishing industry, with many of the trends having begun to take hold 2 or 3 years ago. In many ways, therefore, 2021 is going to be a continuation of what is already there. If you like to predict this kind of stuff, you can make money doing it on

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The Half-Life of Published Works is Shrinking. Here’s What Publishers Need to Do – Paul Perry | Guest Post

Less than two minutes. That’s how long the average user spends on a website consuming content that interests them. The old days of publishing are long gone. Captive audiences no longer subscribe to a few news outlets, spending hours consuming one or more newspapers or magazines in their entirety over morning coffee. These days, people graze

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Merry Christmas from The Independent Publishing Magazine

As 2019 draws to a close and the Christmas holidays are upon us, so too a decade. We are over that odd bump every century when you can’t quite figure out how to refer to a decade when it ends with a year between 00 and 19, the noughties or the teens?! Will the decade

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The Future of Publishing – Kestell Duxbury | Guest Post

‘Simply putting a book into the cloud and onto a screen doesn’t make it anymore superior than a paper book.’ Marcelino Elosua said this to me when I first went to meet him at BlueBottleBiz. He is the CEO and Founder of the company, a collaborative learning platform, and LID Publishing, which turned 25 in

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Purpose-led by Design – Max du Bois | Guest Post

Publishers’ brands are under attack from all sides. The tectonic shifts the sector is undergoing have been brought on by a combination of increased competition, mainly in the form of consolidations balanced at the other end of the spectrum by nimble pop up publishers, and digital disruption. Now more than ever, publishers need to focus

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New to Self-Publishing? Here is the TIPM Database of Essential Online Reading

Before you decide on the publishing route that is right for you, and contemplate the self-publishing path, it is important to do your research. We’ve put together a list of helpful articles (and videos) we recommend reading before making a firm decision. You will find out what how the publishing industry has developed in recent years, and

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Merry Christmas from The Independent Publishing Magazine

TIPM subscribers and readers, we’ve reached the end of another publishing year. Every year seems to pass by so much quicker! In October the magazine celebrated its eight birthday and in that time I’ve witnessed so many changes here, and within the book industry. This year the magazine exceeded half a million unique visitors. TIPM will be taking a much-needed break

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