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The Createspace Publishing Checklist - How to save time and money before you publish on Createspace

The Createspace Publishing Checklist - How to save time and money before you publish on Createspace
  This post is written for the author who wants to use Createspace to publish their paperback book, leveraging Amazon’s reach using the print on demand model of self-publishing. I hope the post helps you speed up the Createspace process and saves you some money with the free resources at the end of each section. Before we jump into the...
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Using Createspace: Ordering Copies of Your Own Paperback Book.

Using Createspace: Ordering Copies of Your Own Paperback Book.
  Ordering copies of your own title from Createspace are termed “Member orders”. Authors who understand the benefits of the print-on-demand process and have opted to use the Amazon-owned company, Createspace,  to handle the printing and shipping of their paperback title, might at some point need a large quantity of the paperback, printed and shipped to a certain physical location....
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Using Createspace: How to create discount codes for your paperback title

Using Createspace: How to create discount codes for your paperback title
  This article is for the self-published author looking to enhance the marketing of a print-on-demand paperback listed on Createspace. Before creating these discount codes on Createspace, ensure the following steps of publishing on Createspace have been taken care of: Your PDF interior manuscript has been formatted according to Createspace interior design standards and specifications. The manuscript interior PDF file...
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South African Authors – Should we give a damn about self-publishing on Amazon.com?

South African Authors – Should we give a damn about self-publishing on Amazon.com?
  The January 2015 report on author earnings is enough to make most authors sit up and pay attention to the Amazon publishing machine. Headlines like 33% of eBook sales from Amazon.com are indie (self-published) authors or 40% of all dollars earned by authors on eBook sales from Amazon.com are earned by Indie authors all highlight the gradual shift away...
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