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Five Trends Shaping Digital Publishing in 2013 - Crazy About Startups - Entrepreneurship, Startups

Five Trends Shaping Digital Publishing in 2013 - Crazy About Startups - Entrepreneurship, Startups | All about publishing |
Now that 2013 is underway it is good to get a lay of the land in mobile and tablet publishing. Here are five major trends that you will want to keep a...
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Seven publishing trends that will define 2013

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A very interesting article ‘Seven publishing trends that will define 2013’ written by Hamisch Mckenzie on the PandoDaily blog gives a glance of the digital publishing future. With the recent launch...

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Sara Hughes's comment, May 7, 2013 9:36 AM
This article sheds light on the digital publishing future analyzed by the recent launches in the Dutch market. 1. Micropublishing: lightweight, putting its focus on text-based stories. 2. Subcriptionization: newspaper publishers are finding that it is possible to attract new subscribers via all-access subscriptions. It is possible we will see subscription models based on the streaming media models like Netflix and Spotify, but for newspapers. 3. Serialization: the publishing form where a story is published in contiguous installments. Internationally this is becoming a trend, but is not seen in our local market yet. 4. Multimedia: not only can large international publishing houses can include multimedia, now with HTML5 support on tablets and laptops, publishers can integrate more multimedia enabled pages in their digital newspapers. 5. Longform: articles that are usually found in magazines and high quality newspapers. Longform articles will increase in the online community. 6. Curation: because of the mass amount of content, it's frustrating to sort through it all. Content curation has become necessary to filter the content of interest. 7. Micropayments: the financial transactions involving only a small sum of money. They are perfect to support micropublishing and subscriptionization and will as a result, continue to grow in popularity. These 7 trends should be taken into consideration by publicists and journalists around the world.
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21 Things You Need to Know About Self-Publishing 2.0

21 Things You Need to Know About Self-Publishing 2.0 | All about publishing |

Excerpted from article on Copyblogger:
"I wanted to start at “zero” with this list to give you a guideline on what it’s all about.
This list is about writing, building your audience, publishing vs. self-publishing, self-publishing, and what I call “team-publishing” which is the direction you need to go if you want to professionally self-publish.
All of these things are important to build your skills, your audience, and ultimately readers of your books.

Follow these 21 steps I’ve laid out for you below, and you will create quality books.
1. Reality check
2. Audience first
3. If it doesn’t bleed, it doesn’t lead
4. Educate
5. Make it evergreen
6. How to build your blog audience, part I
7. How to build your blog audience, part II
8. How to build your blog audience, part III
9. Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest — SHEBANG!
10. Marketing 101
11. Reality check on publishing
12. Self-publishing 101
13. Team publishing
14. Editing
15. Design
16. Interior design
17. Title
18. Sub-title
19. Audiobook
20. Video trailer
21. Marketing 201

Everything I describe above will lend credibility, authenticity, and ultimately audience to the effort:

- Building the platform and trust with your audience way in advance.
- Writing a strong story while at the same time delivering value.
- Connecting  all the dots on editing, design, title, print version, audio version.
- Having many strong marketing messages and a way of delivering those messages. Making sure the messages aren’t gimmicks, but real ways that show you are living the message you write about.
- Infusing professionalism into every aspect of the process. The goal here is not to publish as easily as possible. The goal is to publish professionally in a way that leaves the traditional publishers in the dust.

You are your own publisher.

You are the one who believes in the message and your art and now want to share it with others and ultimately it is you who is choosing yourself to deliver that message. A message that, when properly packaged, will be a delight to the reader to receive..."

Each step is explained with detailed information from the author author. Read full interesting article here:


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Geoffrey Vertlieb's comment, June 6, 2013 1:02 PM
Very interesting....
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BSN's curator insight, July 27, 2013 10:22 AM

Some useful tips on how to handle self publishing

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