Category Archives: Print on Demand

What is Print on Demand (POD)

Print-On-Demand (POD) issuing alludes to the capacity to print high-quality publications as required. For self-published publications, this is frequently a further frugal choice compared to managing a print run of 100s or 1000s of publications. Many businesses, such as Createspace (owned by Amazon.com), Lulu and iUniverse permit publishing sole publications at per-book outlays not fully developed…




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When my book is published, will it also be printed?

The publishing world can be quite confusing. The main reason for this is that the industry has changed a lot on the past decade. Where it used to be that a published would would by definition also be printed in large quantities, this is no longer a requirement. Publishing a book is the result of a…




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What is the difference between self publishing, Indie publishing and book publishing

In the past 10 years we have been publishing many books, and during this period many people came up to us with the question if we do self publishing or not? And while we’re on this subject… what is the difference anyway? Self publishing This is when an individual person decides to write a book…




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