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Print vs. eBook: A Comparison for Independent Publishers – Beau Peters | Guest Post

Print vs. eBook: A Comparison for Independent Publishers – Beau Peters | Guest Post

As of 2014, the UK published more books per capita than any other country in the world. Now, thanks to advancements in technology, it’s easier to be an independent publisher than ever before. As a result, that title should continue to hold steadily. But, technology has also created more choices on how to go about

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Google Play Books Platform is Open Again to Indie Authors for Direct Uploads

The Google Publisher Program allowed independent authors and small presses to sell ebooks in the Google Play bookstore. When the program was active it become a cesspool of piracy. Fake authors would sell ebooks they never wrote and  publishing companies would rename all of the main characters in Harry Potter or 50 Shades of Grey and

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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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Kobo Launches Audio Bookstore

Kobo today announced the launch of its audio bookstore and subscription plans. The new venture is powered by Overdrive. Press Release: Rakuten Kobo today uncovers another dimension of storytelling, adding audiobooks to the Kobo experience and offering booklovers the opportunity to experience the joy of being told a story. Readers can choose audiobooks from across

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The Dark Era of Publishing – Giacomo D’Angelo | Guest Post

It won’t last long, the established companies won’t be happy but most of the people will. I, the content provider (= the entertainment company, like a book publishing house or a film studio or a music label), don’t trust you, my beloved customer. And I don’t want to deliver to you my content as it is.

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