Looking for a consultant, who can promote and market our e-publishing services in usa, canada, uk and australia. He has to play a role of business development manager in abroad. Through his marketing and promotion about our services, he has to connect and take vendor-ship (projects outsourcing) from clients in publishing sector. For further discussions on this, anybody can contact us on ****.+5 Other Responses
We publish a monthly magazine for the 26 electric cooperatives who belong to our association. The magazine is mailed to about 680,000 members of these 26 cooperatives, and each issue contains content localized to the cooperatives and their regions. We are analyzing services and solutions for publishing on tablets and smartphones. We don't need to sell magazines. We just need help evaluating the various digital publishing proposals we are studying to decide what works best for us.+12 Other Responses
I have a few small cookbooks in word doc form and i want to sell them as ebooks and print on demand. I need negotiating the complexities of the various devices, aggregators, publishers and technologies. I have created on book and know that's it crazy! i want to explore getting a project plan to handle all of my projects.+12 Other Responses
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the zintro blog needs you! we are looking for expert opinions on the news mentioned below and would like to hear from you within the next couple of days.
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here's the topic on which we'd love your thoughts:
new york state has become the epicenter of a major transformation in the $7 billion textbook industry that threatens the preeminence of publishing behemoths like pearson. Although few large companies have had a monopoly on textbooks for decades, lately districts have started moving away from printed texts. The new common core state standards in math and english are accelerating the trend.
Small nonprofits, education technology startups, and companies that have never dabbled in producing educational content are stepping up to create learning apps and even full curricula that schools can use in addition to or in place of their old textbooks. New york has been the most prominent state to toss aside the old business model of relying on textbooks printed by the publishing giants. When it sought proposals for companies to create a statewide curriculum that matched the new standards, a key requirement was that any bidder had to offer the materials free online.
In response, companies such as pearson and houghton mifflin harcourt have been moving away from textbooks, instead quickly creating digital products.
What are your thoughts about the changes? Do you think the trend toward digital products- and away from printed texts- will be permanent? What will be the ramifications in the publishing industry?
If you have any questions, please let us know.
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