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2016 Sheridan MI By the Numbers
01.11.17
by Laura Baker

The Sheridan book facility that you know today began as a small commercial printing facility in 1950 with only six employees.  Over the years, new equipment was added, operations relocated, services expanded, workflows improved, and staffing...

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12.15.16
by Brian Jud

Baseball Making a large-quantity sale (5,000 or more) of your books to corporate buyers typically entails a formal presentation...

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12.05.16
by Laura Baker

From an overall decline in printed pages to a shift in how a book’s cost is perceived, the Digital Book Printing Conference revealed some interesting data and trends.  Publishers, book printers, and equipment manufacturers gathered on...

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11.14.16
by Laura Baker

Sheridan loves our university presses

It's University Press Week, and boy, does Sheridan love our university presses!...

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11.01.16
by Brian Jud

doorsIf you want to sell 10,000 books through any retailer, you must get 10,000 people to go there and buy one. But if you want to sell...

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10.11.16
by Laura Baker

Candidate booksHistory reveals that elections affect more than just TV ad sales and bumper sticker displays. Election years are notable for...

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09.30.16
by Brian Jud

PerspectiveWhat is the process you follow when you go to a store to buy something? You probably go to the most...

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09.15.16
by Laura Baker

ISBN BarcodeIf you plan to sell your book or make it available in libraries then you’ll need an ISBN. As an author or self-publisher working on your...

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08.30.16
by Brian Jud

As a guest contributor to the Sheridan blog, Brian Jud, Executive Director of the Association of Publishers for Special Sales, regularly shares his observations and learnings on the topic of book marketing and...

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08.23.16
by Brian Jud

Grand CanyonThe National Park Service turns 100 on August 25, 2016.  It seems fitting that this week’s post takes a...

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