Get the help you need to select the right self-publishing and print-on-demand services for your book.
There are four significant differences between traditional and self-publishing:
1. No one pays for producing your self-published book. You have to do it yourself or pay for editing, designing, printing, and publishing.
2. No one markets your self-published book for you. You have to let the marketplace know your book exists or hire a publicist to help. While traditional publishers provide some valuable marketing services for their authors, you will most likely need to market your book even if you have a traditional publisher.
3. No one takes or fills orders for your self-published book. You have to handle transactions and delivery yourself or work with a printer, small press, or publisher who provides the services.
4. Yes, it’s possible, however, to make greater profits on each copy sold if you know how to market yourself to sell books.
There are many different ways to self-publish from on-demand publishers to creating your own publishing company. Let Claudia Gere & Co. help you select the printing or publishing venue that gives you the best options and price for meeting your publishing goals.
Sell Your Book
Once you’ve written your book, the real work begins: marketing and promotion to let people know what it’s about, why they want it, and where to find it. Let Claudia Gere & Co. help you know what you will need to do to be successful. Contact me, Claudia Gere, to schedule a time for a free 15-minute consultation.