Publishing

May 5, 2013
writing-poetry

Writing Memorable Poetry Verses

There are many occasions in life that spur people into writing memorable poetry verses. Some of these verses might come when we fall in love for the first time or they may come when we are exposed to a memorable experience that touches our heart in one way or another. […]
May 5, 2013
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So You Want To Publish A Community Magazine?

So You Want To Publish A Community Magazine? So you’ve made the decision to publish your own community magazine, but what now? Where do you go for advice, information and above all, inspiration? Despite its growing popularity, the business of publishing local community magazines is not covered to any great […]
May 5, 2013
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The Brass Ring – Or The Bottom Rung?

24 million adults in the United States consider themselves creative writers but less than 5% have ever been published anywhere. 172,000 titles were released in 2005. It has been estimated that at any one time there are between 5 to 6 million manuscripts looking for a publishing home. Many writers […]
May 4, 2013
print-on-demand

The Potential of Print on Demand Technology

As a book author, have you ever experience needing to print a hundred copies of your book in just a few days? Have you ever felt the stress and anxiety of finding a printing company that will do the print for you in such a short time yet at an […]
May 2, 2013
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Content Or Passion: Balance In The Writing Journey

Is it better to participate in content writing or write for magazine publication? The above question is actually multifaceted and can help you determine the overall thrust of your freelance writing career. It has been estimated that a writer will need to pen a million words before a publisher is […]
May 2, 2013
Barcodes For Authors

Hassle-Free Barcodes For Authors

When it comes to book publishing, there are many things to think about. The content, which is most important, is on the forefront of most writers minds. Next, the layout, front cover design and back cover synopsis will take precedent. For many writers, especially those new to the scene, finding […]
May 1, 2013
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The Science of the Magazine Publishing Process

In science, there always has to be a process. Science occurs in the sequence of questioning, researching, experimenting, documenting, and concluding. Like in any scientific process that uses the scientific method, magazine publishing also has its own simplified version — production and distribution. I wouldn’t call it a vicious cycle […]
April 30, 2013
Magazine Publishing

Things You Need to Know about Magazine Publishing

So you’re browsing through the shelves of your local bookstore and after the rows of Gaiman, McNaught and the Bronte sisters, you glance upon the magazine section. Rows upon rows of magazines hit the stands and they sell like hotcakes. Why does this phenomenon happen in the magazine publishing industry? […]
April 29, 2013

Print on Demand: Is it Right for You?

When you hear the word print on demand what comes to your mind? You’ll probably say ‘on demand printing’, ‘fast turnaround time” or ‘small quantity printing’. Well, you are right. Print on demand is a printing technology that allows you to print small quantities of documents at affordable price and […]
April 29, 2013

Magazine Publishing: What You Need To Know

With all the new magazine titles that are being published, you’d think that magazine publishing is so easy to do. But in truth, it is not. Magazine publishing is actually hard to set up especially if you are new to the industry. This is why it is important that you […]
April 27, 2013
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Book Publishing From A Book Publisher’s Point Of View

Many writers aspire to write books. Writing a book is a long, involved, difficult process. Book publishing is harder. A writer may submit his book repeatedly only to be turned down. The writer may eventually succeed. Wouldn’t it have been easier to get published the first time? Is that possible? […]
April 27, 2013
publishing-schedule

The Importance of Offering Regular Publishing Schedules

The people who have paid to join your membership site depend on you to provide relevant and timely information. It is their right to expect that information to be updated on a regular basis because they may be depending upon it to make decisions. When a person joins your membership […]
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