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What You Need to Know About Self-Publishing

Great Public Speaking

Each book is printed when you or your client orders it and you only pay for the quantity ordered, whether it is one or 1,000. It's a free online self-publishing tool that helps you prepare your book for printing. The price of the book covers the production costs and your royalty. In addition, Amazon offers a lot of tips to help you self-publish your book through createspace.com.

2010: What no longer sells books

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

  The glut of product caused by self-publishing and desperation.  [Full disclosure: I receive 50% of AMA HANDBOOK royalties for assisting in its preparation.].   Don't publish without a sustained commitment to promote. Going the agent/publishing house route is yielding diminishing returns.    Self-publishing, although still carrying a stigma, eliminates that gap.  The Great Recession. 

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Online Moves Offline: Bob Dilenschneider on how PR keeps mutating

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

  But, for clients especially in professional services, publishing a book usually is the price of entry.    Only now there are more options: The established publisher route, self-publishing, or an e-book knocked out on the computer.

What Happened?

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

  I assisted with the manuscript and for that am contracted to receive 50% of the royalties, which likely won't be a windfall.   Self-publishing and the desperate need of professional services firms to hand a book to prospects and clients have worsened that already bad situation.    That's what I advise clients now.  The AMA HANDBOOK ON PUBLIC RELATIONS, by Bob Dilenscheider is at number 673,447 on Amazon.com. 

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