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The Metamorphosis of Publishing
Online Book Publicist & SEO Specialist, Substance Books
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These days, the model of publishing has changed from one of scarcity to one of abundance, leading to an increased struggle for attention among authors in print and online. From 150 000 new publications per annum in recent years, the number of new ISBNs this year is expected to jump to 15 000 000.** Given the dwindling supply of professional representatives for writers, it's the authors themselves who must grab the attention of their audiences and do it directly. That shouldn't be too difficult, should it? You set-up a free facebook page and a free blog for your book and sit back waiting for the sales to roll in, right? Not quite. With the staggering number of indie titles published last year, not to mention the numbers to come in the near future, your attention grabbing activities have a lot in common with millions of other authors. Posting cute kitty photos is no longer effective unless the cat is the author. I have also noticed that social networks are becoming less and less effective in reaching readers. We are all guilty of having a few hundred or thousand facebook friendships with other authors but these networks rarely reach out to book buyers in a significant manner. Can you imagine a very near future in which every indie author is connected with every other, with each one talking up a storm about his or her own title but no one reaching out to actual readers? I can. READ MORE ...
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