KDP Select or wide? Good question. When I have pointed out the dangers of Amazon exclusivity, people have accused me of scaremongering, but research is my strength, and one thing’s for certain, the business scene changes rapidly, often with little warning.
Rakuten Kobo will support Arabic as a primary language as part of its "going wide" commitment.
On the ALLi Twitter chat (#indieAuthorChat) this week we asked questions about KDP Select or Wide?
Unsure of the best distribution strategy for your books - to go exclusive with KDP Select or to go wide with other distribution platforms? John Doppler explains the concepts, with helpful input from Mark Coker and Joanna Penn.
Thinking of going wide? (ie self-publishing on more than a single platform) Already wide and wondering how to make your global marketing more effective? This interview by ALLi Director Orna Ross with Rakuten Kobo's Christine Munroe will provide invaluable help, whatever stage you're at.
Looking at the indie publishing community these days, it seems authors can be split in two groups: the “going wide”…
Wondering the best way to distribute your self-published books - sticking with Amazon's exclusive deals or going wide? Rosalind Minett's case study explains why going wide - and going direct with Kobo - works best for her.
If your ebooks have been Amazon exclusives, should you consider going wider? Susan Kaye Quinn helps you decide.