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Publishers' Forum 2014

Publishing of Tomorrow – Get Hold of Leading Ideas! 5 - 6 May 2014 in Berlin

2. April 2014 by Stefan Kaufer | Comments Off

„Selfpublisher verdienen mehr“

In einem Artikel auf buchreport.de meint der Selfpublishing-Autor Hugh Howey, der auch am Publishers’ Forum 2014 teilnehmen wird, dass Autoren, die ihre Texte selber herausbringen, mehr verdienen als solche, die dies bei Verlagen tun: http://www.buchreport.de/nachrichten/online/online_nachricht/datum/2014/02/12/selfpublisher-verdienen-mehr.htm

2. April 2014 by Stefan Kaufer | Comments Off

“Perhaps our most articulate champion of professional self-publishing” invited to Publishers’ Forum 2014

Author Hugh Howey, “perhaps our most articulate champion of professional self-publishing”, has been invited to speak at the Publishers’ Forum 2014, as Publishing Perspectives reveals: “This new essay’s perspective ['Don’t Anyone Put Me in Charge' - editor's remark] is so … Continue reading

27. March 2014 by Stefan Kaufer | Comments Off

The new “us” in the book business: how reading and social media is changing the relationship between authors and readers – and the perception of what a “book” is

“Our grandchildren will be amazed to learn that in our day reading was something one did alone,” said visionary Bob Stein (USA) at the Publishers’ Forum 2011 when he presented a software that has social reading built into its DNA. … Continue reading

27. March 2014 by Stefan Kaufer | Comments Off

Das neue “Wir” im Buchgeschäft: Wie Lesen und soziale Medien den Umgang mit Autoren, Büchern und Lesern umkrempeln

„Unsere Enkel werden nicht glauben wollen, dass in unseren Tagen Lesen eine einsame Tätigkeit war“, sagte Visionär Bob Stein schon beim Publishers‘ Forum 2011, und entwickelte beharrlich sein SocialBook, in dem „Social Reading“ – also gemeinschaftliches Lesen tief verankert ist. … Continue reading