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Shifting the Focus on Direct to Consumer Sales

A recent online Digital Book World article, Publishing Senior Executives Come to Grips With Post-Bookstore World, by Jeremy Greenfield takes a look at how publishing executives are dealing with the closing of bookstores and the rise of online sales and eBooks.  The...

A Look Inside Inkjet Printing and What It Offers

12/04/2012 – 11:19am Laura Baker Digital printing has come a long way over the years, and the use of digital inkjet print technology by publishers is on the rise.  InterQuests’ 2010 Book Report predicts that digital manufacturing, which currently accounts for 4%...

School Is In Session And So Are Tablets

The use of tablets and apps in higher education is rapidly growing. According to a study by Pearson Education conducted at the beginning of 2012, 70 percent of college students have read an electronic book, and the majority — 58 percent — now prefer reading electronic...

Un-earth; Your Green Savings

In honor of Earth Day (April 22) here is a tip on how to calculate your “green” savings… environmental green that is. The Paper Calculator, originally developed by the Environmental Defense Fund and transferred to the Environmental Paper Network, lets you compare...

11 Tips For Getting Booked on National TV

Many authors used to dream about making an appearance on Oprah and seeing their title on the NY Times Bestsellers list.  Even though your chance of appearing on Oprah is over, your desire to appear on national television can still live on.  But what does it take to...
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