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Do you publish Print on Demand (POD) yourself?
May 30 is Print on Demand Publishing, self-published? With POD, the best of the best, most publishers use it (as you can). With POD, you can print individual or multiple copies (or more) to order instead of producing several hundred or even thousand copies at once.
The majority of conceit machines use POD printing for their manufacturing, but they reload the books at enormously excessive cost. One of the book's files is saved on the computer. It will be included in various sales channels and on-line bookshop catalogs. Customers order the books from: an on-line shop such as Amazon, Baker and Taylor, Baker and Taylor, Books Depository, etc.
By a publishing or author's website. Customers also pay for the book: Loads the library to a POD machine from the memory. POD presses print and bind the books in one automated, built-in operation. It will be sent out: Straight to the client. The bookshop to be picked up in the shop.
Forwarding to the dispatch departement of an On-Line-Shop. At 39,000 points of sale, your point-of-sale can have a global coverage and traffic over night. This is your job to market and promote your work. On the other hand (and to some it is a perfectly viable option) is to print/offset your product; save your products at your premise and look for a distribution list to help you get the products out to the market.
You are still responsible for marketing and promoting your work. Our goal is for writers to profit from the sales of their work, which happens at can´t when conceit or self-publishers earn cash on every page of a trades. We' ll offer a cost management services for your books and marketing - link to major branded content providers and give you what you need - we'll take you through the entire lifecycle.