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Saturday, 13 March 2010
When there is a third party involved in publishing the work just about the most common complaint I hear is that it takes (or seems to take) forever and a day from the submission of the work to its actual digital publication. Many of them decide at some point to self publish.
Why is that? It’s all about the wait. This is particularly irritating for those people who are selling online – their whole enterprise seems to come crashing to a standstill when waiting for the digital version of, say, their latest catalogue to be ready for exposure online.
It may sound like a cliché but at the end of the day it is true – time is money.
There are many alternative publishing options out there and if you (or are looking in to) want to self publish a digital version of your magazine, brochure or catalogue then help is at hand.
As well as having a long and varied history in the arena of digital publishing they now offer an on-demand self-publishing application.
It involves minimal fuss to use it and of course the huge advantage is that as it is online you can work on your latest publication that you want to self publish anywhere in the world that has an internet connection.
So unless you are four fifths up the Amazon Basin that means pretty much anywhere and everywhere.
Go take a look!
Posted by Admin at 08:56