Tag Archives: ebooks

5 things everybody gets wrong about interactive books

5 things everybody gets wrong about interactive books

The widespread of interactive books coincided with me getting into publishing studies and I couldn’t be any happier to live in this amazing age. I still remember my disbelief in 2009, when I first heard about hypertext and interconnected books. My professor seemed to be telling an impossible tale about a future where all quotes, […]

How to price an ebook [FOR SELF-PUBLISHERS]

How to price an ebook [FOR SELF-PUBLISHERS]

Setting the ideal price of your ebook is the final step of self-publishing. By the time you get to the point where you set a price for your work, you might think that you’re done with the hard part. But finding the right price might not be that easy after all. Pricing is one of […]

The 5 best sites for reading ebooks online

The 5 best sites for reading ebooks online

Here we share Geethik Technologies’ insights into ebook reading online (this blog post first appeared on the Geethik Technologies’ blog). No e-reader? No tablet? No problem. You can still read books online using your preferred browser. There are some really great options out there to match a variety of reading styles. Here are five (and a few bonus suggestions) […]

5 things publishers should know about Kindle Unlimited for readers

5 things publishers should know about Kindle Unlimited for readers

Here we share Geethik Technologies’ insights into Kindle Unlimited (this blog post first appeared on the Geethik Technologies’ blog). Ebook subscription services are commonly hailed as the Netflix for books and Kindle Unlimited, launched back in July 2014, leads the pack. There are few serious competitors to consider in this market, especially after exits from Oyster and Entitle. Scribd […]

Who is buying and reading ebooks?

Who is buying and reading ebooks?

With further reports of a decline in ebook sales, we share Geethik Technologies’ insights into who’s reading ebooks (this blog post first appeared on the Geethik Technologies blog). Anyone with an eye on ebook buyer behaviour can’t fail to have noticed the latest dismal headlines. After what looked like a bracing start for the format, ebook sales are reported […]

Print’s not dead, so what’s next for it? [Winning blog idea March]

Print’s not dead, so what’s next for it? [Winning blog idea March]

Each month BookMachine offers a community member, with great ideas, the chance to write on the site. March’s winner was Percie Edgeler who writes about the future of the print book.  For the past few years, there has been a rallying cry around the advent of the ebook: print is dead. Since 2015 however there has […]

Which digital book format has the most growth potential?

Which digital book format has the most growth potential?

The answer might surprise you… Amazon’s Kindle format dominates the ebook market today and it’s easy to assume that will remain the case going forward. Despite that fact, I see a number of trends indicating the digital book space could be ripe for disruption. Notice I use the term “digital book”, not “ebook.” That’s because […]

Managing your ebook outsourcing relationship in 2017

Managing your ebook outsourcing relationship in 2017

As the New Year kicks-off, it is an opportunity to evaluate and re-think existing relationships – in an effort to make 2017 a more efficient, and smooth-running year. After ten years of working with book publishers on successful projects, from e-book conversions through to some of the most complex typesetting work, Geethik Technologies have decided […]

Top thought-provoking ebook related blogs of 2016

Top thought-provoking ebook related blogs of 2016

Is 2017 the year you start to read up on the industry and changes sweeping the publishing world? Well we have made it a bit easier for you. Throughout 2016, Geethik Technologies have been bookmarking the very best discussions around ebooks and publishing from across the web, and have compiled them into one handy list […]

Ebook specialists Geethik partner on Tech channel

Ebook specialists Geethik partner on Tech channel

Geethik Technologies convert over a million pages a year for book publishers globally. UK clients include The History Press, Octopus, Little Brown, Quercus, Faber & Faber, Yale University Press and Pavilion Books. Every ebook produced by Geethik goes through two rounds of in-house proof-reading to get it to the highest possible quality. Ebooks are then […]