Resources and tips for the self-published author.

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Exclusive DBW Discoverability & Marketing 2012 Discount

by BiblioCrunch  •  September 18, 2012

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We’re super excited for Digital Book World’s upcoming event Discoverability & Marketing 2012! A little about the event: “Publishers and content developers: To successfully market a new novel, author, brand or app, you need to put your message where your readers live, work, and play: online. This conference will help you make sense of—and profit

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Top Tips from the BiblioCrunch Crowdsourcing Meetup

by Steven Graboski  •  September 17, 2012

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For the last century, corporations and shareholders managed the funding of media. While publishing houses release thousands of books each year, many more manuscripts face rejection. Crowdfunding websites like Kickstarter and Indiegogo offer a new alternative to this model. Authors can advertise their book projects to members the general public on these sites. If users

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New features on BiblioCrunch

by Miral Sattar  •  September 11, 2012

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We would like to thank everyone for their tremendous support. Since our site update on June 5th our memberships have doubled! We’re still hard at work designing new features and tweaking current ones to make BiblioCrunch the best site for authors, publishers, and book professionals alike.


Optimal Sizes for your Ebook

by Miral Sattar  • 

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We often get asked what an eBook filesize should be. It varies from retailer to retailer, but if you want to use one source ePUB file to all the retailers you need to keep it under 20MB. We’ve created a chart for you below. Retailer Max Filesize Amazon 50 MB Barnes & Noble 20 MB

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How to Submit your eBook to Barnes & Noble (for Nook)

by Kate Tilton  •  September 9, 2012

Published in Publishing Tips  •  11 comments

This is a question we are often asked at BiblioCrunch, “How do I get my eBook on Barnes & Noble?” Well here is your answer To submit your book to B&N (for the Nook) here are a few steps. Make sure your eBook is ready to be published and distributed to the public. – Do

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How to submit your eBook to Amazon (for Kindle)

by Kate Tilton  • 

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This is a question we are often asked at BiblioCrunch, “How do I get my eBook on Amazon?” Well here is your answer To submit your book to Amazon (for the Kindle) here are a few steps. Make sure your eBook is ready to be published and distributed to the public. – Do you have

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How to Submit Your Book to Apple (for iBooks – iPads, iPhones, iPods)

by Kate Tilton  • 

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This is a question we are often asked at BiblioCrunch, “How do I get my eBook on iBooks?” Well here is your answer Publishing through Apple is probably one of the trickiest platforms, but it is one of the big four distributors so it is worth learning. You can get into the Apple store through

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Welcome and Giveaway!

by BiblioCrunch  •  September 8, 2012

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Welcome to the BiblioCrunch blog! You asked us to launch a blog. We listened to you and… Here you will find Our Event information. News about BiblioCrunch and relevant publishing news. Interviews with authors, marketers, cover designers, and publishing experts we get! Lots of publishing tips, these will mostly be for indie/self-pub authors but not

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