Print on Demand (POD) has become increasingly popular over the past few years, as the printing method allows self-published authors and independent book publishers to print copies of books only as needed.
Impact Magazine The 'Self-Publishing Revolution' Impact Magazine In terms of physical copies, Print On Demand technology means that you do not have to take a gamble on your book being the next best-seller.
Boston Globe Independent bookstore appeal grows Boston Globe Now he's trying to out-Amazon Amazon by offering same-day delivery by bicycle, and, thanks to a very cool in-store robot called Paige M. Gutenborg, print-on-demand paperback books.
Reinventing Book Printing Toward a Hybrid Market Publishers Weekly Financial reports from six major trade houses that have large North American operations show the demand for both print books and e-books.
Historic new deal by the British Library and Amazon to make 65,000 largely out-of-print 19th Century titles available on Amazon via CreateSpace's Print on-Demand service and as free downloads for Amazon Kindle owners.
Print-on-demand may be coming soon to a Books-A-Million near you paidContent.org Books-A-Million, the nation's second-largest bookstore chain after Barnes & Noble (not that there's a lot of competition these days) is tiptoeing into the...
The Future of Reading: 10 Trends for 2014 and Beyond Publishers Weekly The maturation of print-on-demand technologies will relieve them of the costs of carrying excess inventory, allowing them to serve instead as showrooms for special-order deluxe...
How Hybrid Publishers Innovate To Succeed Forbes The publishing industry has been challenged by the online sales success of Amazon, the rise of eBooks, print-on-demand and most recently by self-publishing.
World's biggest book fair explores self-publishing trend GlobalPost A lot of barriers have fallen thanks to the explosion of social networks and new technologies," said Florian Geuppert of French company Books on Demand.
7 Great Ways to Promote Your eBook Huffington Post With e-books you can send them PDFs of your book (but that is an insecure way to send your book and I would not recommend it) or give them promo codes provided from some booksellers or get copies...
Online video forces change on TV industry Phys.Org Having turned print media upside down, the Internet now is disrupting television, forcing broadcasters to adapt to tablets and video-on-demand to hold onto views and advertisers.
Print on demand book distribution is a result of the development of commercial digital printing. It has many advantages and has democratized the publishing of independent, small press, and self-published books.
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