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All Things eBook

05.23.17
by Laura Baker

eBookSo, you’ve taken the plunge and invested in an electronic version of your title. What are the next steps to getting that...

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02.20.17
by LeAnn Hartka

Converting your title to an eBook gives your audience the option of choosing where and how they read, be it print or electronic, at home or on the go. All it takes is three simple steps: pick your format, review your converted file, and...

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02.22.16
by Laura Baker

enhanced ebookEven as eBook sales have slowed over the past couple of years, publishers recognize their niche in the...

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02.09.15
by Laura Baker

AAdobe Digital Editions eBookdobe has announced the release of ...

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09.02.14
by Laura Baker

For some publishers, printing and eBooks go hand in hand. For others, their titles are converted to eBooks later, or even released exclusively as eBooks. Regardless of whether you’re releasing both simultaneously or converting existing titles,...

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06.25.14
by Joe Thomson

A contrarian approach or perhaps just wishful thinking from a long time book manufacturer. 

On Sunday, I boarded a plane for the Association of American University...

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04.05.12
by Sheridan Books

An essential part of the eBook conversion process that is often skipped is the final testing on the devices it was intended for. Many publishers, whether it's due to lack of budget or expedited time to market, avoid this step, which can lead to...

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02.28.12
by Sheridan Books

When taking an unprepared approach, the process of creating an eBook can have some undesirable effects on your publications due to automation tools and processes and dated materials that may or may not be in a digital format. Add to that the...

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