Posts Tagged ‘sell’

Lulu: Publishing Books And More

January 22nd, 2009

Lulu Logo Well known in the self publishing market, Lulu has made a name for itself by offering small print runs and an easy-to-use interface. Simple, clean, and efficient, first time authors will find that Lulu offers more than a chance to publish a novel - it can print photo books, manuals, and calendars. Read More »

Blurb: Making Layouts And Book Publishing Easy

January 21st, 2009

Blurb Logo Seeing Blurb for the first time, it's hard to ignore the fluid and clean design of the site. From their opening pages to their marketplace with its Flash previews of books, the impression is that Blurb will take good care of your project. Read More »

Qoop: Publishing Books, T-Shirts, And More

January 20th, 2009

Qoop Logo With a service such as Qoop, users can print a variety of products, ranging from apparel to books. What Qoop offers in book publishing - hard and soft covers, spiral binding, ebooks - is done through a simple upload process. Qoop requires that users have a pdf that is print ready - there is no layout tool with Qoop. Advanced users may find this a quick alternative to the layout process, while users without layout experience are likely to be frustrated by the lack of support. Read More »

Comparison of Online Magazine Publishers: MagCloud, Issuu, DoXtop, Calaméo

December 12th, 2008

There was a time when publishing your own magazine, even online, was more the territory of magnates and media moguls, but as the web continues to develop, having your own magazine is accessible thanks to some innovative web 2.0 products. This week we looked at four such applications: MagCloud, doXtop, Issuu, Calameo. We paid particular attention to how easy they are to use, what features they offer, and how many networks they can reach. Read More »

MagCloud: Online Magazine Publisher, Printer, And Marketplace

December 8th, 2008

MagCloud LogoMagCloud sets itself apart from many online publishers by acknowledging the world has not gone completely digital - its purpose is to offer digitally produced magazines to you, printed and shipped the way traditional magazines are. Unlike the large print houses that handle magazines, however, MagCloud is a print on demand service, which means that money (and trees) can be saved. Read More »

FlyingCart: E-commerce, SEO, And Product Management

December 3rd, 2008

FlyingCart LogoUsers with the desire to sell products and services do not always want a simple e-commerce application - there are times when they want one with tools for promotion, something that FlyingCart does well. Read More »

Shopit: E-commerce And Reselling

December 2nd, 2008

ShopIt LogoThere are times when the things we sell are not only products but personal items too, and for this there are applications such as Shopit. With Shopit users can capitalize on social networks and a user friendly directory to sell their wares. Read More »

 
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