A targeted plan for publishing an e-book bestseller gets you in the public eye and onto certain bestseller lists (such as the Wall Street Journal’s) more quickly than a print publishing and bestseller plan.
Here are some facts about the state of digital publishing. Print books are still strong, but e-books are growing. The book-tracking site Author Earnings recorded $1.3 billion in e-book sales during the last three quarters of 2017.
Some 266 million e-books sold in 2017. Of these, 141,311 were self-published.
About 26% of e-book sales came from the traditional Big 5 publishers. Some 35% from combined independent, self-published or non-listed publishers, 105 from Amazon, about 12% from trade publishers of different sizes, and the rest from a variety of other publishing models.
The thing is, today's authors can publish in print or electronically. Some prefer to do both (we encourage our authors to offer their works in all formats). Our authors, in fact, are published in traditional print format as well as in e-book format (and sometimes in audiobook format). This ensures that readers can find and enjoy our authors' works in the format that best suits their preferences.
Here are the benefits of digital publishing:
Here are the downsides of digital publishing:
Digital publishing is only one publishing model offered by Marshall Goldsmith Publishing, take time and research and discover what model is best for you.
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