By Jason Matthews | Monday, June 1, 2015
Writers in the digital age must make a sustained effort to sell ebooks. The reason: explosive competition. Self-publishing behemoths like Amazon and Smashwords have created millions of new titles in a few short years.
Some authors enjoy the ease of selling ebooks exclusively through Amazon’s KDP Select program, an optional 90-day agreement where you only sell through Amazon.
Others sell ebooks from as many major retailers as possible. That’s a smart approach since Apple’s iBooks Store distributes to 51 territories (countries mostly) and Google Play to a whopping 65 nations.
Plus there are great companies you may not have heard of like Kobo, Scribd, and Oyster, in addition to well-known names like Barnes & Noble.
But how best to get your book to a dozen or more retailers? It’s all about which ebook distributor you choose …
By Anne-Marie Concepción | Thursday, May 21, 2015
Want to turn your publication into an ebook and sell it on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or the Apple’s iBooks Store? You need to convert it to EPUB.
But which EPUB format should you choose? Reflowable or fixed-layout?
In this short video, I talk about your options, and the pros and cons of each format.
By Anne-Marie Concepción | Thursday, October 16, 2014
Footnotes transition easily to the EPUB format and now, with InDesign CC, you can make your footnotes stand out—or pop out—even more.
Learn how to transform regular footnotes into pop-ups using the EPUB Export Options dialog, in this short, fun episode of InDesign Secrets.
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