As the on demand self-publishing industry continues to evolve, it is becoming increasingly popular for a variety of applications. Traditionally, self-publishing has been for fiction or non-fiction authors who prefer the lower initial cost, higher per sale royalties and greater control it offers when compared with traditional publishing contracts. But this is just the tip of the iceberg. There are many different ways the ability to easily create and distribute low-cost, high quality books can benefit everyone.
If you are an entrepreneur looking for a great way to share your message, consider self-publishing a book about your company. It can be distributed through a wide variety of channels and help bring in new clients who are ready to buy.
If you are a speaker or trainer, consider self-publishing a book that talks about your platform or contains your training materials.
If you are a parent, consider self-publishing your life history for your children and grandchildren to read someday.
If you are a creative writer, consider self-publishing your book instead of seeking a traditional publishing contract. It's a great way to turn your ideas into something tangible and get your work into people's hands.
If you are a genealogist, consider self-publishing a compilation of family stories.
If you are a poet or photographer or artist, consider self-publishing a portfolio of your work.
If you are an activist, consider self-publishing a book to win others to your cause.
Whether you are creating an e-book, print book or both, self-publishing offers a powerful set of tools that can help you spread your message.