Thursday, February 3rd, 2011

How can Publishers use LibraryThing?

We’ve done some more sprucing up, and are happy to announce a new How Publishers Can Use LibraryThing page. Mainly this is to simplify signup for the Early Reviewers and LibraryThing for Publishers programs (illustrated here), but it’s also designed to provide a single page to highlight all the various ways publishers can become a part of the LibraryThing community.

We continue to add publishers to LibraryThing for Publishers, and are very happy to announce that the University of California Press has joined the program.

If you’re a publisher and want to get started, just head on over to the new page for all the necessary information and instructions. We’ll be happy to help get you set up with your profile page.

Labels: LibraryThing for Publishers, publishers

One Comments:

  1. IVA says:

    How can Publishers use LibraryThing? « The LibraryThing Blog great post. I tought this piece of news would be of interest: Amazon said sales of its Kindle e-books have overtaken those of printed books in 2012. Unaudited figures released by the company show that since the start of the year, for every 100 printed books sold on its site, customers downloaded 114 ebooks, …

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