Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Looking for a Worldwide Distributor for Your Books?

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Your e-book(s) might be on Amazon.com for quite a while now, and it is convenient for you to have them on the worlds' largest e-book retailer.  But why would you miss out on sales from Apple's iBooks, on Barnes & Noble, Kobo, any UK bookshops, such as Gardners, Waterstones, the large Australian e-bookstore Angus & Robertson and maybe even sales to subscription services, such as Scribd and BookMate or to thousands of libraries through LibraryThing? 

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Living Outside of the USA? If you are you living outside the USA, as an independent author and you don’t want to go through all the hassle with opening a US branch for your publishing business - and if you don’t want that aggregators (who call themselves often publishers) receive a fat commission every time your book is sold – for years - consider this option: eBookpartnership, a British company with an office in New York, and representation at the BEA in NYC.

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Want to Keep 100% Revenue?
This British book aggregator, eBookpartnership, will upload your e-book to on- and off-line retailers, libraries and distributors and most important: does all the time-consuming “accounting" and "book-keeping” for you.

Authors describe this global ebook distribution network as a “fast, efficient and friendly service”.  Their website is very detailed and informative.  Authors are charged a standard low annual fee per title no matter of how may retailers you choose to distribute your books to. Per title and per year it will only cost you a flat fee between: £20 and £50, depending on how many titles you give them to distribute.
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Not everyone has a Kindle, many folks are die-hard Apple iBook fans or using a Nook, or order from Kobo.  Why forego these sales?  Good to know:  there are alternatives to aggregators who don’t reduce your revenues - no matter how many books you sell.

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