A recorded version of this session is available through IBPA’s institution on OpenLearning. IBPA members can login to OpenLearning here to access it.
Part of the FREE “Get to Know Your IBPA Benefits” webinar series!
NetGalley is a service used by publishers to promote forthcoming titles to readers of influence. Over 350 publishers and authors and over 215,000 professional readers (reviewers, media, bloggers, librarians, booksellers and educators) are currently using the NetGalley service.
IBPA members are offered a few different ways to participate in NetGalley:
- List a title directly through IBPA (with optional email marketing to NetGalley’s member community); IBPA does all the work.
- List a title directly through NetGalley; you handle the title set-up, have access to all features, and can purchase additional marketing.
- Subscribe to NetGalley (multiple titles) at a discounted IBPA member rate.
During this FREE webinar, NetGalley President Susan Ruszala will provide a quick tour through the NetGalley site. You’ll learn how the site works, and gain insight into how publishers and authors are using digital galleys successfully in their marketing and publicity campaigns. So you can select the plan that is best for you, you’ll also learn more about the different ways you can participate as an IBPA member.
Check out the IBPA NetGalley benefit here.
This is a great opportunity to learn about the NetGalley site and ask questions. We look forward to talking with you!
About the presenter:
Susan Ruszala is the President of NetGalley, which provides secure digital galleys to a growing community of professional readers in North America, the UK and Australia. Over 350 publishers and authors and nearly 210,000 reviewers, media, booksellers, librarians and bloggers are using the service regularly to discover and review upcoming books. Susan has been launching, pitching and polishing publishing technology ventures for over 15 years, the last five years as part of the NetGalley team.
Prior to joining NetGalley, Susan consulted with various publishing technology companies on business strategy, marketing plans and business development ventures, and was the International Marketing Director for a global publishing technology supplier. Susan got her start in publishing at a small independent press in NYC, where she learned the ropes of publishing from the very bottom.