Category Archives: Self-Publishing

Podcasting For Business

I was reading a blog post on why business people should podcast and although the blogger does bring up some good points, I would like to improve upon it. The reasons marketers (not business people) should podcast… Publish and Flourish: Creating valuable content establishes you as an expert within your niche, allowing you to make…

Use Traditional Books To Pull People In To Your Marketing Funnel

I ran across an entry on a discussion board that was discussing a print-on-demand (POD) company that has a relationship with Amazon.com. The company is called Lightning Source, and the info on their FAQ page looks pretty promising for info-publishers. It looks like you set the wholesale price of the book, and make the difference…

Great Places To Publish Those Articles!

Jeff Smith has written an entry on where to publish your articles. It’s a great reference! [URL: Ultimate Product Developers Blog — “10 Best Places To Submit Your Ezine Article Free” ]

CafePress.com Expands Print On Demand

CafePress is expanding upon its print-on-demand offerings. Now it offers Wire-O, saddle stitch and perfect binding. Pricing is good too. A 100-page, perfect bound (like a standard paperback), technical manual (7.5×9.25) costs only $10. You set the price of the book, above the cost. Coupled with the fact that they fullfill the order and ship…

Audio PitFalls: Creating A Better Audio Product

Here is a great PDF file sponsored by Apple Computers on creating a great audio product. The information in here is not technical at all — and lays out the do’s and dont’s of audio product production. If you have thought about creating an info-product I recommend doing an audio download or CD. It’s a…

Cafe Press Now Offers Print-On-Demand (POD) Publishing!

Cafe Press, the company that revolutionized branded merchandise, will begin offering self-publishers the opportunity to sell their books using POD publishing. I foresee many bloggers getting on the infopreneuring bandwagon, and this is a step in that direction. [URL: CafePress.com — Print On Demand Publishing ]