MediaWeek.com reported the results of the Professional Publishers Association's Publishing Futures survey in a recent blog post. The survey results provide encouraging news for both print and digital revenue. Highlights of the survey results include:Read More >
According to Bowker, the official ISBN Agency for the United States and its territories, the number of self-published books skyrocketed to more than 391,000 in 2012, up more than 59 percent from the previous year.
Bowker noted traditional publishing is still on the rise too. Your book has to compete with all of these for the buyer’s attention – your book cover may be your first, best and only chance to capture the buyer’s heart.
Your book cover should tell the buyer what the book is about, give a general idea of the emotion or knowledge a reader should walk away with, and tell why you are the best person to present the information.Read More >
What Is It?
Forms allow you to collect information directly from your readers. Upon submission, the data is emailed to a designated address. Walsworth Forms are often used for contact or registration purposes.
You can also utilize these forms in an app and have it function like as a landing page. The landing page features instructions to the reader and a form to capture a visitor's information.Read More >
Social media marketing may be all the rage, but it doesn’t have to become your life. If you’re spending too much time tweeting, searching for Facebook posts or otherwise keeping your various social media accounts relevant and current, these eight tools can help.
This analysis platform lets you keep an eye on the content marketing social media performance of any companies you want to monitor. Select the companies you want to review, save them into the system by creating a “landscape,” then check out the popularity of their latest social media posts and tweets. Knowing what works and what doesn’t for companies similar to yours can help you shape your own social media content marketing strategies.Read More >
What Is It?
Scratch Off initially shows on the top of two photos that are stacked. See examples of this Walsworth App below.
The user can then swipe the top of the photo, much like a scratch-off ticket, to reveal the bottom image. Scratch Off is a fun way to reveal the announcement of a new product, a new business partner, the winner of a contest or the revealing of a new brand or service.Read More >