NEW YORK, Oct. 4, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- PublishDrive is a free-to-use ebook publishing platform, now offering a Subscription Pricing option for authors earning above a $1,000 monthly threshold.
Under this new model, instead of sharing royalties authors will pay only a $100 flat fee each month. In exchange, PublishDrive will distribute their ebooks to all major retailers and many more — no matter how high their sales go.
This eliminates royalty sharing and pays authors the same royalties as if they published directly through major channels such as Google Books, Barnes & Noble, Amazon, and others.
At the moment, nothing in the marketplace combines this low-cost Subscription Pricing option with easy global ebook distribution, and robust, real-time sales analytics that is better than any book sales tracking tool.
PublishDrive's Subscription Pricing also presents a huge value proposition to authors who are currently spending precious writing and marketing time uploading and managing each retail channel individually. At PublishDrive, authors simply check off the stores they want to sell through and it's done! Everything under one roof for one small fee.
Authors who are selling books at the above-mentioned threshold and beyond are encouraged to contact PublishDrive's friendly, knowledgeable, enthusiastic team with any questions or concerns about making the switch to this leading platform. This pricing option promises to put more royalties back in authors' pockets and more time back on their calendars to do the things that matter: write, engage with their audience, and sell books!
PublishDrive is a global ebook distribution platform with teams in four countries, helping authors and independent publishers distribute books to 400 stores, 240,000 libraries, 70+ countries, and in 60+ languages. Major retailers include Amazon, iBooks, Google Books, and Dangdang. See the full list of retailers at www.publishdrive.com. Kinga Jentetics is the CEO and co-founder of PublishDrive. She was named a Forbes Top 30 entrepreneur under 30, and one of the top 100 female founders. In 2017, Google invested in PublishDrive as part of its Launchpad Accelerator program. Together with co-founders, Robert Csizmar and Adam Rendes, PublishDrive seeks to empower authors by providing an intuitive and robust user experience, excellent value and customer service, full sales transparency, and total control of the entire book publishing process.
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