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08.25.15
by Susan Parente

The Sheridan Press: A Century StrongOur founding company is more than halfway through its...

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08.11.15
by Laura Baker

Movie ClapboardThe purpose of a book trailer is to get viewers excited about purchasing and reading your book.  During the It’s a...

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08.04.15
by Laura Baker

Notes from the AAUP Annual Conferencecalendar

Sheridan Books attended the 2015 AAUP annual conference which...

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07.28.15
by Brian Jud

Deision makingAs publishers, we make decisions every day that impact the future of our business. And as small-businesspeople we tend...

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07.14.15
by Laura Baker

open cartonWhen you order a book and it arrives at your home, office, or warehouse, there's nothing like that moment when you pop open the...

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06.29.15
by Brian Jud

When negotiating a large-quantity book order your prospects will expect you to present a proposal. This is your recommendation of how to proceed, your solution to the buyer’s problem. Give them an answer to the unspoken question, “How will your...

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06.16.15
by Laura Baker

Book FestivalsBEA may be the largest book fair in the US,...

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06.10.15
by Matthew Halik

VT NH Marketing All Start Conference TicketsI had the good fortune to attend the VT/NH Marketing Group’s...

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Richard The Cat
06.09.15
by Susan Parente

Sponsored content has received some bad press over the years.

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06.02.15
by Brian Jud

The process of selling books has not changed much in many years. Publishers publish books that are sold through bookstores to their customers. Granted, the arrival of Amazon.com altered the dynamics of the playing field, but it is still the same...

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