Week in Review – 5th August

With love of books, business development and innovation, for the purpose of sharing (and caring), here are the key trends and latest publishing industry information from this week:

  • How Cosmo Conquered the World – NY Times
  • Open Road to Publish BlogHer eBook Anthology – Galley Cat
  • The Publishing Pipeline – Natalie Whipple
  • Chuck Lorre’s Vanity Cards to be Published as a Coffee Table Book – NY Daily News
  • Four Self-Published Authors on the New York Times Bestseller List – The Guardian
  • Is Twitter a Publisher or Distributor? There’s a crucial difference – Gigaom
  • German Buyer Circles ACP Magazines – Ninemsn
  • Newsagents get a boost from new Toll parcel pick-up service partnership – SmartCompany
  • Publishers fail to audit their websites – B&T Weekly
  • Self-publishing writers should aspire to write well, not fast – Teleread
  • Will self-publishing survive the impending implosion of social media marketing? – The Digital Reader
  • Nine myths about publishing books, films and magazines – Adam Westbrook
  • The Social Media Publishing Schedule Every Marketer Needs – Hubspot
  • How does your publisher make money? – Rachael Gardner
  • 17 Useful Marketing Tips for 2012, Online, Offline and Beyond – Michelle Carvill

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR: ROCHELLE STONE IS THE MARKETING, SOCIAL MEDIA AND PUBLISHING SPECIALIST AT BAREFOOT BASICS – WORKING WITH SMALL BUSINESS OWNERS, SOLOPRENEURS AND SELF-PUBLISHED AUTHORS ACROSS THE SUNSHINE COAST, BRISBANE, SYDNEY, CAMPBELLTOWN AND WOLLONGONG REGIONS.

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