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Deb Vanasse, November 2016
Meetings and Conferences: A Plethora of Options »

PUBLISHED NOVEMBER 2016 by Deb Vanasse, IBPA Independent staff reporter As any publisher who has attended an industry gathering can attest, there’s indeed power in numbers. Those who seek to learn, network, and market their books at publisher meetings and conferences can choose from myriad options, each tailored to serve the industry in different ways. …

Jim Azevedo, November 2016
10 Tips for Conquering an Industry Conference »

PUBLISHED NOVEMBER 2016 by Jim Azevedo, Marketing Director, Smashwords For most indie publishers, a great conference offers superb faculty, attracts attendees and industry professionals you want to network with, and travel and registration costs are reasonable. In this article, I’ll address a few best practices to help you navigate conferences like a veteran. If You’re …

Lynn Rosen, August 2016
Blazing Trails »

PUBLISHED AUGUST 2016 by Lynn Rosen, IBPA Independent contributing editor IBPA Independent’s consulting editor, Lynn Rosen, asked nine people in the publishing world about the ideas exciting them and the innovations they’ve been able to put into action. See their responses below. Brian O’Leary Principal, Magellan Media Consulting What is the most innovative thing happening …

Brian Feinblum, February 2016
Master the 20-Second Pitch »

PUBLISHED FEBRUARY 2016 by Brian Feinblum, Chief Marketing Officer, Media-Connect.com You only have a few seconds to wow a media outlet … go! Let’s say you’re an overworked publicist at a small to medium-size publishing house or a university press, and you have just 20 seconds to convince a media outlet to give exposure to …

Darhiana Mateo Téllez, February 2016
Kat Meyer’s Manifesto »

PUBLISHED FEBRUARY 2016 by Darhiana Mateo Téllez, IBPA Independent managing editor The queen of content talks trends, technology, and Twitter Kat Meyer is a professional eavesdropper—among other talents. With 20-plus years in the publishing industry in roles spanning community management, event curation, editorial, marketing, and social media, Meyer has made it her business to stay on …

Lynn Rosen, January 2016
Indie Publishers Confidential »

PUBLISHED JANUARY 2016 by Lynn Rosen, IBPA Independent contributing editor Below, IBPA taps a diverse array of indie publishing professionals from across the country for a candid discussion on how the industry has evolved, where it’s headed, their biggest pain points, and why —through it all— they can’t imagine doing anything else. How do you …

Angela Bole, February 2015
Director’s Desk: Two Previews »

Publishing University 2015 In February, winter can feel never-ending. But never fear, spring is just around the corner, and spring, of course, makes everyone here think about Publishing University. During Publishing University 2015, more than 20 experts will present practical content designed to help you advance your publishing company and your publishing career. The conference …

Angela Bole, October 2014
Director’s Desk: Engaging with Your Can-do Communities »

At IBPA, we’re proud to provide professional association services to our 3,000 members. We believe independently published books have the power to transform society for the better, and we work hard every day to find more ways to help our members’ books shine. Of course you know that I think IBPA membership is a smart …

Kelly Gallagher , August 2014
How to Thrive in the “Golden Age” of Independent Publishing »

It’s often been said over the past couple of years that this is the golden age of independent publishing. Never before have there been so many opportunities. Barriers to entry can now be crossed with new tools, and it has never been as easy to make a permanent mark in publishing. The first images that …

IBPA Members, June 2014
IBPA Roundtable: The Flip Side of Failure »

Since Publishers Said No — Submitted by Ruth Donald, Proud Horse Publishing, proudhorsepublishing@gmail.com. Like many other fiction writers who dream of having their novels published, I started out by going the traditional route. When I wrote my first Hunter Rayne Highway Mystery back in the mid-’90s, there were only three options: Query agents or publishers …

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