How Indie Authors Can Work Best with IngramSpark: Andy Bromley

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Andy BromleyIngramSpark provides a variety of tools for authors to publish in ebook and print and have a distribution network that is linked to physical bookstores through a facility called iPage. Andy Bromley of IngramSpark explains best practice for their platform.

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5 Responses to How Indie Authors Can Work Best with IngramSpark: Andy Bromley

  1. Ronesa Aveela October 16, 2017 at 10:52 pm #

    My books are already published on Amazon using their free ISBNs. Would I still be able to submit books to Ingram Spark with new ISBNs that I purchase?

  2. Natalie McNee October 16, 2017 at 3:32 am #

    I’m not focusing on getting my books into bookstores and libraries but I do want my family and friends in South Africa, Germany and Oz be able to buy my books without paying a fortune for postage from the US. Do I select the global connect option on IS and do they then still go to Amazon and purchase from there? Or where do they actually have to go to get the book?

    What discount do you have to set it to on IS?

    How do I ensure the books will be available for purchase in specific countries?

  3. Merissa Racine October 14, 2017 at 5:44 pm #

    Lots of information. I’m wondering how authors find how to price their book in the global market? Does Ingram offer advice on what to price a book, say in China or India?

  4. Alaya October 14, 2017 at 4:46 pm #

    I really enjoyed this session! I wanted to know if it is necessary to purchase an ISBN after uploading to Ingram, or is one provided?

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