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.
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.
Users of BNC BiblioShare File Quality Reports may have noticed the appearance of a new citation about Country of Manufacture, so Tom has taken to the blog to explain.
EDItEUR just released a new series of Application Notes. Tom Richardson takes this opportunity to highlight a few of them.
ONIX Code lists Issue 38 for ONIX 3.0 has been released. We've highlighted some changes of particular note for you below.
Amazon's European stores are adopting the Thema subject classification system and publishing an internal "browse by subject" tree to show how they use the subject classifications.
There is nothing more divisive than a date in metadata. Canada, land of compromise, has a new guideline for dates and it neatly solves the issue by saying play nice and be accurate.
Your ONIX software may be converting your ISBN-10s to ISBN-13s or vice versa. We tell you why that's a problem!