Tagged: publishing

Wikis made easier to edit with beautiful designs

Design is becoming more essential for presenting information on the Internet. In 2015, relevant websites are now responsive-design, no longer just mobile-friendly, and aesthetically pleasing, in part ushered in by the compelling use of beautiful design by Apple on personal consumer technologies:...

new book Platform by Michael Hyatt

Launching this week, the new book Platform: Get Noticed in a Noisy World is hands down the best book I’ve ever seen about blogging and social media! I’ve been swimming in this world of blogging for over 12 years, before it was...

Money is not the limiting factor

In a world where business models dominate, and an economic engine to required for an initiative’s sustainability, that is too often the dark cloud that blocks our vision of what’s possible. Financial pressures like that govern the running a media business, like...

Anyone Can Publish

You’ve got a voice. You can publish. Anyone can publish. Having said that, this doesn’t mean everyone should publish. What I am saying is that more of us should publish. Posting something online no longer has to be only for business purposes....

Julie & Julia movie about a blogger

Would you believe they made a movie based on a blogger? Yes indeedy! Watched a movie on a date recently. I wanted to let the movie speak for itself. I did not go read up on all the reviews and view the...

sharing content before the book publishes

While the publishing process still has its mystique, and each publishing house has its own style and approach, the writing process is usually a closed and mysterious too, with its content closely guarded until it’s published (and sold), since people are paying...

how to self-publish a book with $0 setup

Print-on-demand technology has made it possible to have a real published book for much lower cost than traditional publishing houses or vanity presses. By “real”, I mean it’s bound like a book. Note that print-on-demand (POD) is high-quality laser printing, whereas traditional...

went to a writer’s conference

went to a writer’s conference last weekend.. was my first introduction into the publishing world; many of the attendees (around 150 or so) were aspiring to the day when they’d be professional writers, to get paid enough for their writing they wouldn’t...