By Anthony Morse – Self-publishing books and content can be a challenging and confusing topic. Our team has published over 350 products without using publishing houses. There are many advantages to self-publishing, but there are also some risks that should be considered.
One of the primary advantages to self-publishing is that it gives authors more control over their books. They are not subject to the whims of a publishing house, and they can maintain creative control over their work. This can be a huge advantage for authors who want to publish books that may be controversial or that do not fit within the mainstream mold.
Self-publishing also allows authors to keep a greater share of the profits from their books. In most cases, self-published books earn higher royalties than books published by traditional publishers. This can be an important consideration for authors who want to make a living from writing.
Another advantage to self-publishing is that it allows books to be published more quickly. This can be especially important for authors who want to get their books out into the world as quickly as possible.
There are also some risks that should be considered before self-publishing. One of the biggest dangers is that books may not be well-received by the public. It can be difficult to predict whether a book will be successful, and self-published books often do not have the same level of marketing or distribution as books published by traditional publishers.
Another risk is that self-publishing can be expensive. Authors often have to pay for their own editing, design, and printing costs, which can add up quickly. Self-publishing is a great option for authors who want more control over their books, but it is important to be aware of the risks involved before making a decision.
Our group can provide tools and information to help navigate the self-publishing route to better controlling the destiny of your content.