Self Publishing for Dummies

Self-publishing for dummies

Understand the advantages and disadvantages of self-publishing and have your work printed. Are you thinking of publishing your book yourself? When you need help with certain aspects of self-publishing, learn how to interview and hire a freelancer to make sure things are done efficiently and correctly. The full version can be found here.

Self-published dummies by Jason R. Rich, paperback

Get Start with Self-Publishing. Section 1: Welcome to Self-Publishing! Section 2: Understands the pros and cons of self-publishing. Chapters 3: Equip yourself with the pen. Chaptor 4: Create a winner script. Section 5: Fine-tuning your work with careful work. Section 6: Establishing the self-publishing business. Section 7: Dealing with book-specific tasks.

Section 8: Creative page design and layout. Chaptor 9: To judge a work by its cover. Section 10: Trying out conventional offset technology. Section 11: Print-On-Demand for demanding self-publishers. Section 12: Check out some non-traditional options for your printer. Section 13: Working successfully with any printer. IV: Make your bestselling book:

Chaptor 14: Sell your books through popular online booksellers. Chaptor 15: Distribute your books through traditional channels. Section 16: Warehousing, order processing and dispatch under control. Chaptor 17: Sell your books to the Big Guys for better allocation. Section V: Create a buzz: advertising and marketing. Section 18: Creation of advertising material for your books.

Section 19: Publish your free copy of the books with the help of the media. Section 20: Promote your books with paid advertising and promotion tools. Section 21: Maximising your merchandising strength in cyberspace. Chaptor 22: Expand your revenue with spin-off products and services. Section 23: Ten self-publication errors to be avoided. Chaptor 24: Ten useful resources for self-publishers.

Self-published dummies by Jason R. Rich

Please log in to see what your buddies think of this work. The Dummies line is exactly what you are expecting and what I like about it. They' really not meant for dummies. It does not require you to have a good understanding of the topic and explains all concept and terminology so that everyone can comprehend it.

The Dummies line is exactly what you are expecting and what I like about it. They' really not meant for dummies. It does not require you to have a good understanding of the topic and explains all concept and terminology so that everyone can comprehend it. This means Self-Publishing For Dummies is not enough for you to get your self-publishing operation off the ground. In other words, Self-Publishing For Dummies is not enough for you.

It is enough of an outline to show you what you *do not* know and to point out some sources to close the loopholes in your expertise. I would suggest this is the first (of many) self-publishing titles. I ceased perusing this work when I saw him mentioned by some suspicious conceitists.

Notice to yourself: If you are purchasing a publication, please make sure you know when the publication was made. Things like the need for a computer to create a script were at stake. she hardly remarked e-books because in 2006 they were not a big deal. a good handbook for novices, i assume, but comin' from a printing background, i found it vague. there are some good resources on who to submit advertising material, but lack samples. also, it's quite obsolete, especially when it comes to POD choices. do yourself a favour and think over to Taleist instead, especially if you want to pub.

It' not even offensive to call us "dummies." Again readable..... the jotted down on the back of something-or-other while rereading this on the bottom at Booksoup are nowhere to be found. A great check list to get from the notebook to the bookcase.

It was full of you need to do this and that, but not really useful as you do this and that.

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