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Know-how of online-publishing business?

I want to start an online business of publishing ebooks and other online magazines. I need to get the complete know-how and project report (pre-requisites, capital requirements, etc.). I tried Google search, but couldn’t get proper info.
Can you please help me get this info, as detail as possible?

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Posted by mark - September 6, 2017 at 7:45 pm

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self publishing?

can i self publish an ebook by myself and not go through a publishing website or pay anyone money? just do everything myself. please be as detailed as possible, i have no idea on how to turn my writing into an ebook and get it on the web. also, can anyone illustrate a childrens book?

Oh course if you turn it into an ebook, it will be nonprofit. Just start your own website and post it there, even simpler post it on some forums. Type the words into Microsoft Word or Adobe Reader. As for the illustrations ask a Photoshopper to do those for you, or you may do them yourself. Hope this helps.

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Posted by mark - August 10, 2017 at 5:42 pm

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Digital Library Archiving Solutions – Newspaper Digitization

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Posted by mark - May 18, 2017 at 5:50 am

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Contrast and compare the four online publishing approaches?


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http://www.masternewmedia.org/news/2006/02/11/web_content_creation_ten_approaches.htm

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Posted by mark - March 4, 2017 at 5:16 am

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book-publishing!?

what should i do if i wanted to publish a fantasy book? is there anywhere i could go in the LA area when i’ve finished typing it on Microsoft Word?

maybe you can go to a book store and look through all the publishings’, and write down the ones you like; then go on to their websites to get a phone number to call; better yet just go on to random publishing/ publishers’ website/web page
GOOD LUCK!

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Posted by mark - March 2, 2017 at 3:22 am

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Good Major Book Publishing Companies for 15 Year Olds?

I wanted to know if there were any major book publishing companies, you know, like Wizards of the Coast and all that, that a 15 year old could join?
I want someone who will be able to publish what I have written, someone good/popularish.

I suggest self-publishing. It doesn’t discriminate any age group or whatever.

There are several schools of thoughts about it but I see it as a writer’s strategy to get his or her book published fast. The author also has full authority over the manuscript.

Xlibris is a self-publishing company that has a really good reputation on its excellent and wide ranging publishing services.

Get a free book publishing guide from them and they will walk you through the whole process:
http://www.xlibris.com/requestkit/index.asp?src=abl&key=qac

I hope you find this information helpful.

Booklover1020
http://booklover1020.wordpress.com/

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Posted by mark - August 25, 2016 at 11:58 pm

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What websites are for blogging only? Like writing journals but we can use a different name?

I wanna write stuuf like journals or bloggs, but not saying who I really am. Is there any website where I can do this? Websites for blogging or writing journals and get to post them online?

www.tumblr.com/
tumblrmap.net/
www.bloglines.com/
www.blogflux.com/
www.lijit.com/
www.coveritlive.com/
www.zemanta.com/
triggit.com/
budget.rustybrick.com/
www.meemi.com/
http://blogs.mu/
www.blerp.com/
templatr.cc/
www.blogonize.com/
streem.us/
co.mments.com/
http://write4.net
http://panels.net/
www.i-want-blog.com/
weebly.com/
http://blogger-templates.blogspot.com/
http://xanga.com/
blogarama.com/
createblog.com/
adwords.blogspot.com/
www.threehosts.com/blog
thoughts.com/
www.blogged.com/directory/
www.livejournal.com/

www.typepad.com/
www.vox.com/
http://wordpress.com/
www.plurk.com/
www.bloglines.com/
http://feedjit.com/
www.lijit.com/
www.kontain.com
www.blogperfume.com/
www.sociableblog.com/
www.wibiya.com/
http://blogs.mu/
www.scribblelive.com/
www.blogonize.com/
www.pimpthisblog.com/
http://sezwho.com/
http://panels.net/
www.brandmyblog.com/
www.spipra.com/

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Posted by mark - July 17, 2016 at 7:54 pm

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What are 5 the most popular blogging software applications on the web?

We have created some software and we want to integrate it into blogging applications starting with the 5 most popular.

Here is a systems that helped me.

http://www.getyourearnon.com/BloggersGuide.html

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Posted by mark - November 6, 2015 at 4:44 pm

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which self-publishing company is the best and most beneficial to the author?

I’m looking at online self publishing companies and I need help. Any recommendations?

None. Self-publishing is not something you want to even consider if you’re hoping to become a published author. Being self-published does not make you published nor does it make you an author. No respectable writer worth their salt gives much thought beyond scorn for self-publishing.

Take the traditional route and have some decency for your work. Pick up or borrow a copy of "The Writer’s Market" and heavily research agents and publishers for your manuscript. It may take a lot longer to become published through traditional publishing but at least you’ll have your dignity intact.

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Posted by mark - August 28, 2015 at 3:55 am

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Is it safe to publish written work over online writing groups? Do i need to copyright?

I go on Reviewfuse where it’s an online critique group. But will others be able to steal my work? I haven’t got it copyrighted, so will i have to?
And how?

Thanks

Your work is copyrighted.

It’s a fallacy to believe that you have to "do" something to copyright your own material….you don’t.

If it’s your original work then you by definition own the copyright without having to do a thing, you already had possession the moment you created it.

Of course, there are extra steps you can take to make it easier to make a copyright infringement claim later if you should need to.
You can mark all your material with a watermark or copyright notice if you wish….or you could save a copy that’s dated so you can then prove that you owned it at a certain time if ever the argument arose at a later date.

You can register your copyright material for the same reason but of course that will cost you.

All of these actions however are simply to help if you ever have a problem, they don’t create the copyright for you at all.

As I said at the start, copyright is automatically yours for original material you produce.

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Posted by mark - March 26, 2015 at 7:23 am

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