Skip to contenttop
Blog
http://sheridan.com/sites/default/files/sec-image/sec-image-blog1.jpg

Sheridan Blog

04.21.15
by Brian Jud

Innovation is not an event. It is a mindset. It results from a mind open to the possibility that there is (or could be) a different, better way of doing something. Few people find great ideas on a blank sheet of paper. Most of us need our...

Read more.
04.16.15
by Kelly Freeburger

Last week Sheridan attended AWP 2015 (Association of Writers & Writing Programs) in Minneapolis, along with more than 12,000 other attendees and exhibitors. We went to the conference in high spirits...

Read more.
04.15.15
by Susan Parente

I read an intriguing article the other day featured in BoSack’s e-newsletter, “Heard on the Web”, titled “...

Read more.
04.07.15
by Laura Baker

Social meida book marketingSocial media is a strong tool for marketing your books, but determining how and where to put your time and energy...

Read more.
04.01.15
by Kelly Freeburger

Last month, the Sheridan team headed to Louisville, Kentucky, to attend the National Conference of Law Reviews’ 2015 event. The panels and keynote presentations were just as grand as the...

Read more.
03.24.15
by Brian Jud

TelevisionHome-shopping networks (QVC, HSN) reach millions of people every day with information on a wide variety of products...

Read more.
03.10.15
by Laura Baker

Printing PressThe book is complete. Editing has signed off, the cover design is perfect, production has completed layout. It’s time...

Read more.
02.25.15
by Matthew Halik

Last week I had the opportunity to attend the Vermont/New Hampshire Marketing Group conference entitled “Who Is Looking Out For Your Business?” There were three speakers planned for the day: Amy Africa, the President/Owner of Eight-by-Eight, an...

Read more.
02.24.15
by Brian Jud

Direct mail is a targeted marketing weapon that can help you sell more books, test new titles, and generate sales leads. When you have a finite, identifiable group of people who are potential customers for your books, direct mail may be the most...

Read more.
02.16.15
by Duncan Lewis

The theme of the 2015 AAP/PSP Annual Conference, #psp2015, was a focus on the current reality of publishing after a generation of disruption. First and foremost was the acknowledgement that disruption, disintermediation, and a basic lack of rules...

Read more.

					
				


Choose a company: