At BookNet, we like to build things. Biblio-o-matic is our latest toy, built to make seeing bibliographic data easier while you browse the web.
Who pays for metadata isn't written in stone. Metadata creation isn't any one company's problem and that's especially true if it's not product-based.
The one thing all publishers always have more than enough of is content. McSweeney's Jordan Bass joins us on the podcast this month to talk about their approach to repurposing content.
Publishers create a lot of content, generally the content lives until the book goes out of print and the digital version goes out of spec. But this content can be broken down into smaller components and reused elsewhere.
You’ve learned a lot making ebooks and your skills are valuable to industries tangential to publishing, but sometimes they need to be reframed for a potential employer.
Relying solely on white customers is detrimental to the growth of the industry. Expanding and diversifying the target audience right at the beginning of the sales funnel can help you get more sales.
Before a book ever goes on sale, publishers and authors must consider what will help each particular book break through the noise in the market.
The Canadian Book Market 2016 is now ready for purchase! This annual publication reports on sales value, sales volume, and number of ISBNs with sales for the Canadian print book market. We've compiled some highlights in this infographic and blog post.
Assemble a team with friends or join forces with soon-to-be friends to compete in the nerdiest pub quiz Toronto has ever seen.