Vol. 25 - Issue 1
How #@%$ Far Will the Indie Author or Publisher Go?
This Month: Selling Books on the Streets of New York
Vol. 25 - Issue 3
This month: I'll take Crazy Book Marketing for a thousand, Alex...
Vol. 25 - Issue 5
This Month: MySpace to the Rescue
Vol. 25 - Issue 6
This Month: Signs of the Times
Vol. 20 - Issue 10
Author sets goals, asks questions, hires expert help, and gets the job done.
Vol. 22 - Issue 11
How two authors created platforms that didn't depend on tons of publicity.
Vol. 21 - Issue 1
New Non-Profit Corporation to Cut Intellectual Property Red Tape
Vol. 27 - Issue 1
Vol. 33 - Issue 11
New Book Seeks to Be the Bible for Crowdfunding Endeavors
Vol. 25 - Issue 8
Vol. 29 - Issue 10
The Traditional Book Lives On
Vol. 30 - Issue 12
Celebrating the Environment and Creating Inspiration
Vol. 28 - Issue 9
Winners to be honored at gala Dayton ceremony on November 7th
Vol. 36 - Issue 6
Driving Change through a Decades-Old Model
Vol. 30 - Issue 11
Independent Bookstores Taking Care of Who You Become
Vol. 28 - Issue 6
It's a WeVolt
Vol. 28 - Issue 2
This Month: End Your Customers' Google Addiction with MashLogic
Vol. 33 - Issue 12
Vol. 27 - Issue 7
Digital Book World is for All Professionals in the Book Publishing Supply Chain
Vol. 21 - Issue 2
Vol. 20 - Issue 12
Titles from HarperCollins and McGraw-Hill among thousands available for lending from library websites
Vol. 34 - Issue 5
Vol. 34 - Issue 5
Vol. 19 - Issue 3
"Independent publishers have a track record of being more aggressive about testing new online marketing models than the mainstream publishing industry," says Web-marketing expert.
Vol. 19 - Issue 7
Indie publishers are promoting and branding via the Web with ever-increasing verve and success. But getting readers to read and use electronic versions of their books is a long, uphill battle.