The Ins And Outs of Print On Demand Publishing

Publishers and authors today have at their disposal a revolutionary way to get their books published. No longer do they have to print 3,000 copies of their books and wait for months to get them. Read more

Lesson 9.2 – Print On Demand (POD)

Publishers and authors today have at their disposal a revolutionary way to get their books published. No longer do they have to print 3,000 copies of their books, wait for months to get them, and then have to store and distribute them on their own.

With Print On Demand, commonly known as POD, you can order as few copies or as many as you want. We’ll take a look at a price comparison of POD vs. Offset Printing.

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Lesson 9.3 – More Print On Demand

The POD method is the easiest way to become an author of printed books. By using POD and retaining all your rights, you’re in total control of everything. This session will contrast and compare several POD services and discuss their benefits and distribution systems.

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Lesson 1.8 – Important Viable Publishing Alternatives

This session explores many additional types of publishing, including theĀ  ins and outs of:

  • Vanity or Subsidy publishing
  • Self-Publishing
  • E-Publishing, and
  • POD (Print on Demand)

Kindle, Espresso, BookSurge and Lightning Source will also be discussed in detail.

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