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Book Publishing

Add Book Marketing Channels with eBooks

Thu, 06/04/2015 - 10:23 -- Hugh Daniel
Two of the most important factors in having a successful self-published book are promotion and using cost-effective sales channels. Converting your book into eBook formats can let you cast a wider net for potential readers. Although amazon.com has effectively captured the public’s association of eBooks with “Kindle” books (do you say “I need a tissue” or “I need a Kleenex?”), and is a must-do part of any eBook distribution, there are a number of other opportunities for distribution that should be considered. 

Announcing Business Relationship with DesignCuda

Thu, 06/04/2015 - 08:52 -- Hugh Daniel
As part of a wide range of marketing services through our business relationships, I want to recommend DesignCuda.com to you for custom apparel and printing needs. hpdDesign works with DesignCuda and A&R Printing (DesignCuda's parent company) as a digital marketing consultant, recommending SEO best practices, website consulting and book design support services.

Crosscurrents by William Beck Soon to be Released

Thu, 02/05/2015 - 09:00 -- Hugh Daniel

William Beck's latest book, Crosscurrents, has just been completed and will soon be available as a trade paperback, hardback with dust jacket and Kindle edition. The cover design and interior typography were done by hpdDesign. The book is an action/adventure novel featuring a fast-paced story and non-stop action by Beck's signature character, Bryson McGann.

New Financial Management Book by J. Scott McPherson

Thu, 11/20/2014 - 11:00 -- Hugh Daniel
hpdDesign has just completed the book design, website deployment and Kindle book conversion for Scott McPherson's new book, Leaving Laodicea, A Christian's Guide to Biblical Wealth Management. Filled with insights and expert advice, Scott shares with readers an examination and application of Scriptural principles for modern financial planning questions.

Cheking Your Riting

Sun, 12/05/2010 - 03:12 -- admin

Woodworkers have an expression, "Measure twice, cut once," that applies to any craftperson, whether it is in building a cabinet, a website, or writing a book.  When writing any copy, it is tempting to get to the end of the process, read it through once, then commit it to public attention.  This spontaneous approach to writing may be appealing, but spelling errors can very quickly destroy the credibility of your content, regardless of how on target the message is.


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