What is the difference between a PublishING Company and a PublishER? This is my definition. Please, send me questions in the comments.

Pushlishing Vs. Publisher, Not Really. We Work Together for the Author/Writer/Entrepreneur

The difference between a PublishING company and a PublishER is that a company like ours gets the writer/author/website admin ready to submit the final product to a PublishER, Printer or IT Specialist, which we, as consultants, can recommend, manage, and assist with all media/all genre with a professional viewpoint and research the available options.

We are in no way involved in distribution, dissemination, selling books to keep a client’s royalties, promote manuscripts, business promo packages or anything you can imagine. New insights and technology is constantly being improved upon and created. We are involved in the entire process of Creativity!

Many fellow authors and bloggers know that I personally, as CEO, offer free reader’s reviews or editorial reviews, which I submit to the author to change, use, whatever you wish, because authors include editorial reviews on their own sales websites.

We also copyright Works-In-Progress until a PublishER accepts your work and publishes their own copyright, which I believe should be in your name, not the Publisher’s, but every company does things a little differently.

We critique PublishER’s contracts, even the small print, if you wish. We recommend printers, sales venues, promotional suggestions, social media contacts, networking, and produce websites in a visual and written current style design, with the client using their own IT person for SEO or we can recommend someone. I study and research all aspects of PublishING for my clients, remaining in touch with buzz words, new ideas, and new evolving technologies.

Let me help you with all my decades of expertise, which can be accessed under my Bio “Who Am I?”

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2 thoughts on “What is the difference between a PublishING Company and a PublishER? This is my definition. Please, send me questions in the comments.

    1. Robbie, Thank you for commenting. I’ve found there is much confusion about this. I want to make your literary experience as positive as possible. All the jargon has been changed, altered, and has evolved through time and technology. I’m off to see your site. Great title!

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