10. The value of saving money.  I left this one for last because it’s usually the value that publishers look for first when they are deciding upon a new technology that changes things the way ours does.  Remember the value of planning and preparation?  It began back in the days of Quality Circles Management, and ended with the death of the professor I got to know personally, Peter F. Drucker, and his “knowledge workers.”  Sure, you have to spend some money up-front to train your authors to use the promotional tools and to create using our ePub3 Creator Studio.  But once the assembly line is in place, the products you will be creating will have a much more streamlined, efficient and cost-saving value to the eReader and to the author.  Sadly, the “big 5” have given that effectiveness to a limited stable of “star authors,” but we aim to change that in a hurry.  Are you with us?

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It supports input file formats like, DOCX, PDF, PRC, HTML, EPUB, PML, AZW, CBZ, AZW3, CBC, and many more which can be converted to output document formats like, MOBI, ZIP, DOCX, HTMLZ, AZW3, TXT, PDF and to a host of other formats. It allows you to change edit any of your earlier eBook that has been printed or downloaded by adding author description, illustration, cover images and more.
With Lucidpress, it’s easier than ever before to create an ebook and share it with the world. You can write the text of your ebook in Google Drive and import it easily into the ebook creator software. You can create a layout in InDesign and import that as well. Make your ebook while in the cloud, or use Lucidpress’s offline version if you’re away from the internet. Once you’re connected again, it will automatically sync. Even if you have very little experience when it comes to design, Lucidpress gives you the tools to create an ebook that will impress and inform.
11. A professional ebook design uses standard formatting, not block formatting. This means that there is not extra spacing between paragraphs, and all paragraphs—except for the first paragraph in a chapter and the first paragraph after a scene break—are indented. We recommend a .25 inch indent, rather than the full .5 inch indent that Word gives. You can read more about standard versus block formatting in our blog post here.
Measure your visitors to your online eBook using Google Analytics. Once you add the tracking code to your eBook, you can get the data from GA. The data will tell you about your audience behavior, including the number of new visitors, the turnout of the existing visitors, the specific pages they visit the most, from which web-sites, social networks, or search engines they access from, bounce rate, how long they stay on your eBook, geographical distribution of your readers and much more.

7.  The value of marketing the final products:  the eBooks.  Once again, I found this value so important that I wrote a separate Slideshare on the topic.   The “big 5” makes this aspect of the business the cornerstone of their enterprise, and yet they are not spending the money to innovate digitally the way we have at EMRE Publishing.  They simply give the author a website and a book page and tell them, “Go ahead, make your own promotions.”  Little time, money or educational effort is spent to train their authors on how to use the digital marketing tools properly.  We do this, and it does pay off in more sales, more intimacy between the author and reader, and a happier reader experience.
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8.  The value of being on the cutting edge of new technology.  You guessed it?  Yep, I wrote a blog about this one valuable feature of our product:  ePub3 technology.  This is important to the publisher because once your authors are trained properly about how to create ePub3 “calling cards,” they will also learn to tailor their messages to fit their genre or “brand.”  Big 5 publishers often forget that each author should be given the respect of being a brand unto him or her self.  In fact, this was one of the main reasons I switched from publishing through traditional publishers to building a platform to publish independently–with the most value in mind.  Therefore, all authors in our system are trained to understand they are promoting their creative work and their overall brand (their uniqueness).  They are not, in effect, corporate clones.  They are creative artists.
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