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How Not to Get Overwhelmed: Picking Your Publishing Platform(s)

This is the sixth article in the series: How Not to Get Overwhelmed with Indie Publishing. Below is the list, including links to the subjects we’ve already covered. 1,824 more words

Author & Blogger How To

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Excellent information for NEW or soon to be INDY Authors! Thanks, Rachael Ritchey. <3

Book Publishing Startup Software Platform, Booktrope, to Shut Down Operations

Booktrope plans to go out of business at the end of May, bringing an end to its “team publishing” platform used by ad hoc groups of authors, editors, marketers and designers to create and market print books and e-books. 249 more words


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Ebook Visibility, Playster, Leafless, and the Scribd Blacklist

I discovered–and right now I’m blanking on how, probably on another author blog–Playster, “an all-inclusive entertainment network, providing a wonderful array of books, music, movies and games to its members. 1,115 more words

Publishing Business

When About Me becomes all About Them

As some of you may know, I have been an About.me.com subscriber and had my details on it. It used to be a great site…until I tried recently to update my details and couldn’t. 396 more words


Incremental Improvements Start With A/B Testing

If you spend anytime online, you have likely participated in an A/B test without knowing it.

A/B testing allows a web-based service to randomly direct users to two or more variations of an interface (A or B) in order to measure some kind of outcome like clicks, purchases, or recommendations. 624 more words