What Is Electronic
Electronic publishing has been a
welcome innovation to the writer, offering alternatives to the major
Electronic publishing has been a welcome innovation to the writer,
offering alternatives to the major publishing houses. The publishing
industry has become an incredibility competitive industry. The major
publishers are on the lookout for the next best seller, at the expense
of some quality smaller market books. Money has become the major
motivating factor in choosing works to print.
Electronic publishing is a fairly new innovation. Electronic publishing
should not be confused with the electricity that printers use to run
their presses, and all their other office machines for that matter.
Electronic publishing, also know as “e-publishing”, uses the Internet to
help writers distribute their works. One major innovation in this area
has been “e-books” which can be downloaded onto several different types
of electronic devices and perused at the reader’s leisure.
One on the most exciting developments in electronic publishing has been
the advent of books on demand. The exciting part of this for writers is
that they can reach the consumer directly. Writers have the option of
having individual copies sent to customers as they are ordered, or
ordering a small quantity to market themselves. The only books printed
are the ones that are ordered. This eliminates the risk of printing and
shipping books that are unwanted.
This innovation definitely heralds the arrival of the future for the
printing industry. Authors no longer need to worry about being
unpublished. You do not need to appeal to the masses to be a published
author. This technology also allows you see how many people are
interested in your work.
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