We’ve made a few improvements to BiblioShare Webform based on great feedback from publishers who use the tool. We’ve added new fields to give you broader access to the ONIX standard and – for you CataList users – to make some data easier to transfer to BNC CataList. We’ve also added new selection functionality to help you customize your exports. Read on for a short run-through of the major changes that are now available on the site.
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The Canadian Book Market, our annual guide to the Canadian market, is now available. Our comprehensive overview of the market in 2013 contains in-depth category data on the top 50 subject categories.
Take a peek inside the CBM, and find out if you should have your very own copy, in our latest infographic.
Converting ONIX 2.1 to ONIX 3.0 is a very useful way to learn where “stuff” goes in ONIX 3.0 but publishers are confused why, once they’ve done the conversion, it’s just not good enough. I’ve been participating in arguments about it–and, as always, after the fact, came up with a succinct explanation. Be happy you weren’t involved in my long ones! Read on for an explanation of why ONIX 2.1 to 3.0 converters fall short, and how you can make good use of them anyway.
Ebook sales are up, and quarterly sales patterns and price point analysis tell a different story in 2013 than they did in 2012. Find out what the market’s been up to over the last year.
This week, we have an interview with Erin Mallory, Manager, Cross Media Group at House of Anansi. Anansi has just launched an app for the Massey Lectures, and Erin agreed to share some of the background behind the app’s creation.
Did you know that if you are a publisher subscribing to BNC SalesData, you can submit sales from your publisher-run author events, website sales, or direct-to-consumer sales? It’s true, and there are no extra costs. Submitting your sales is easy—this post will help you get started.