Where To Self Publish

Where To Self Publish
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Where To Self Publish

Where to Self-Publish your books is probably the least important aspect of publishing. The reason is that there are dozens of online services that allow you to self-publish your book. This includes Speedy Publishing Distribution. However there are some considerations when making this decision.

A prime example is Follet Tidal Wave. If your book provides any type of technical or education resource, then you want your eBook to be distributed with this retailer.

This course covers the most popular places to distribute your book to and walks you through step by step on how to get you book live on these platforms.

Speedy Publishing Distribution does offer the widest distribution capabilities in the market and you can submit your book to one central location and have the book distributed everywhere for both Print and Digital.

What’s included in this course:

  • KDP
  • B&N Nook
  • Kobo Writing Life
  • Apple iBooks
  • Smashwords
  • Speedy Publishing
  • Ingram Spark
  • Google Play
  • Create Space
  • Lightning Source

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Lessons

  1. Kobo Writing Life allows you to upload your content to the Kobo Platform. You can sell your content on multiple platforms that belong to Rakuten including Play.Com and Chapters Indigo.
  2. Among the largest publishers, Barnes & Noble seems to still be solidly No. 2 behind Amazon, but both Apple and Amazon are gaining market share and B&N is losing it. Learn how upload your books to the Apple Publishing.
  3. Smashwords is the world's largest distributor of indie ebooks. We make it fast, free and easy for any author or publisher, anywhere in the world, to publish and distribute ebooks to the major retailers. Learn how to publish your eBooks to Smashwords, easily.
  4. EPUB files on Google Play support enhanced ebook features (EEBs) such as embedded audio and video. They also support fixed layouts and give advice on how to implement the HTML code for that - Learn how to upload your books to Google Book Partner Program.
  5. Createspace has the advantage of being quite flexible, it manages the process quite logically and just about anyone can get to grips with it – and books appear on Amazon without the delay you get with other services. Learn how to submit your books to createspace.
  6. If your’e a serious author with professional help and a publishing plan, set yourself up at Lightning Source. You’ll get great customer support in a business-to-business environment, Learn how to publish your book using this service.

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