Subtitles and promotional headlines are different categories for a reason. Don’t mistake being creative for mishandling data.
All those back-to-school photos inspired us to take a look at back-to-school keywords. Here’s our report.
Business needs change, and in order to adapt to those changes, you will have an ongoing need to develop your business's metadata. Tom Richardson tells you why.
Another ONIX primer from our resident ONIX aficionado, Tom Richardson.
Keywords are an important part of a book’s marketing program, but not all publishers use them. Find out how online retailers are using them so that you can enhance your book’s discoverability.
BookNet’s Tom Richardson explains all you need to know about using sets in ONIX 2.1 and 3.0.
The BISG has added four new LGBT BISACs to the list of subject codes. Are publishers using them?
We take a look at how keywords are being used in the Poetry category.
Tricia McCraney gives us five ways ONIX 3.0 is good for data senders (publishers and distributors) and recipients (retailers and trading partners) alike.
There has been a recent slew of standards updates, from subject codes to ONIX, so our Bibliographic Manager Tom Richardson is here to round up all the excitement into one handy overview.