As technology advances, it will continue to reshape the digital publishing industry and the way in which we consume content. Mobile is now the platform of choice, with the number of people consuming content on mobile devices continuing to rise. In order to successfully compete in the industry, publishing strategy needs to focus on a… Read more »
Posted on May 31, 2016 in Liquid State News
One of the most powerful features of the Liquid State platform is the ability to instantly publish content to your apps. And there’s some good news… Our content publishing system just got better! As of the 31st of May 2016, the Liquid State system includes a comprehensive document versioning system.
Liquid State co-founder Philip Andrews recently took to the stage at AIMIA’s 2015 iteration of The Future of Digital Publishing. There, he spoke about content syndication, segmentation and self-curation.
Posted on May 20, 2015 in Archive
2 minute read Introducing together.pub: a simple solution for gathering the right people to get your publishing project off the ground.
Posted on April 16, 2014 in Archive
These days, not everyone starts off with a book deal. Some do, but that’s a rarity. What is more likely is for the writers of today to self-publish or have their works moderated online by like-minded communities or to write a blog online. Who says that isn’t getting published, though?
Posted on February 12, 2014 in Archive
If you want to sell a book that you have written, whether through a publisher or independently, then you will almost certainly need an ISBN. You’ve definitely seen one before, even if you didn’t know what you were looking at. The problem is, with digital books becoming more prevalent in the book market, you don’t… Read more »
Posted on December 22, 2013 in Archive
Here we go again. Once more, statistics showing that ebook sales have slowed down in the last year have the industry shouting out that the only logical explanation must be that the print format is regaining it’s former glory and momentum as the champion of the written novel. I don’t know how to put this,… Read more »
Posted on November 13, 2013 in Archive
I thought we could spend the next two blogs discussing this multi-post article by Rob Eagar from Digital Book World, classifying and discussing the four types of authors in the world: Unsuccessful Authors, Successful Authors, Authors Who Play Dead and Dead Authors. There, that simple. The end.