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I first launched my IndieVoices podcast in March 2017 as a way of helping to amplify voices that had been marginalized—politically, artistically, socially, and in many other ways that have tragically divided us recently. I truly believe that everybody with a story to tell should be given the opportunity to tell it and be heard. […]
Spend a useful half-hour listening to ALLi’s latest Beginning Self-publishing Podcast to pick up top tips on book pricing, including royalty rates on different platforms, the value and use of permafree, and countdown deals.
Pick up great ideas and tips for experimenting with your ebook pricing strategy from ALLi Professional member Seeley James, who generously shares the conclusions from his price testing on the blog here
Hachette’s CEO claims that ebooks are a stupid product but admits publishers are partly to blame, while Amazon’s own imprints look strangely dominant in its bestseller charts, and sales of ebooks in Germany stagnate.
In this month’s Ask ALLi Beginners’ Self-publishing Salon we introduce two new hosts, Iain Rob Wright and Jyotsna Ramachandran, talking about how to format ebooks and print books like a pro
Wondering whether you’ve got the price right for your ebooks? Check these 8 simple tips to help you optimise sales and profitability.
This week’s self-publishing headlines include exciting news about the penetration of ebooks in Africa, the rise in audiobook downloads and baby steps in academic publishing reform.
Clear instructions on how to use Calibre to format ebooks which include a lot of illustrations or photos, by Rose Deakin
Oxford is a strange place to be in the summer. It’s a pretty small city, and for much of the year a significant part of its population is made up of the students from its two universities. When the students leave, far from dropping the numbers swell even further thanks to tourists drawn by the pull […]