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EdwardElgarAnniversary2
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Several members have reached special anniversaries—so we asked them about their celebrations, achievements and independence - read more ➥
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Laurence Hugues introduces the work of the International Alliance of Independent Publishers - read more ➥
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​Publishers should adjust their catalogue data to suit different purposes, says BookEngine's Stuart Waterman—and title manipulation... - read more ➥
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Ahead of the IPG’s next Academic and Professional Special Interest Group dinner, Francis Dodds looks at some key sector developments - read more ➥
JoJames
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How can you make the most of your author event? Jo James of Hand Held Events shares some advice - read more ➥
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In the second of two blogs about ways to improve metadata, EDItEUR’s Graham Bell looks at the presentation of contents and reviews - read more ➥
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​Accurate subject codes and focused keywords are vital to a book’s discoverability. EDItEUR’s Graham Bell shares advice for getting... - read more ➥
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Some of the key findings among a host of insights in our most recent Harbottle & Lewis Independent Publishing Report - read more ➥
SamShone
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Marketing consultant Sam Shone shares advice for increasing your books' visibility and converting browsers into buyers - read more ➥
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The IPG had a jam-packed three days at The London Book Fair at Olympia in mid-March. Here are some of our views from our lively collective stand - read more ➥
springbudget2017
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What does the Budget mean for independent publishers? IPG members share their thoughts - read more ➥
AbigailBarclay
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​Publishers are starting to look beyond the world of books for its leaders, says Inspired Search's Abigail Barclay - read more ➥