As I went through my news feeds this morning, these headlines caught my eye:
Google’s contribution to the fight against eBook piracy with a search engine algorithm update. (goodereader.com)
A design and marketing firm, with the odd name of PurpleBananaBrain.com is making waves with their innovative approach to eBook marketing. (PRWeb)
Lending your Kindle eBooks is not as straightforward as you might think (or want it to be). (The Verge)
Smashwords launches a new service to get more eBooks into the libraries. (paidContent)
Did eBooks really outsell print books on Amazon? Check the fine-print, says the “Writer beware!
I have exciting news for you, our readers, today. For today, Paradise Publishers launches our newest venture: social publishing on Foboko.com. Foboko takes an innovative approach to writing and publishing with its super helpful, step-by-step wizard that takes you by the hand and shows you where and how to get started, and guides you through the whole book writing process up to and including publication.
With so many revolutionary changes in the eBook industry lately, we believe that our Foboko.com will fit right into this new era in indie publishing. We tip our hats to the pioneers such
Ever wonder what the social media personalities might look like if you were to describe them as if they were people? I did. Here’s what I came up with.
Facebook is that ditzy girl you remember from high school who couldn’t keep her mouth shut yet somehow, despite knowing how prolific she was with other people’s business, she always got the full scoop. When you post a photo, rest assured that the whole world will see it by this afternoon because friends of friends (of friends of friends, ad infinitum) automatically get to see when their friends like