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Turn Your Blog into a Book Using Hyperink

E-Book Publisher Hyperink Introduces “Blog Books”

Blog posts come and go quickly, which is one of the joys but also one of the frustrations of the trade.

Over time, you can publish thousands of posts that are several hundred words long each, which will quickly add up to millions of words.

The problem for most bloggers is how to better preserve and monetize all of this work?

Well, San Francisco-based ebook publisher Hyperink has come up with an option. This week, it is introducing a concept it calls “blog books,” which are short (10-12,000 word) compilations of a blogger’s best, say, 25 posts on a topic.

E-Book Publisher Hyperink Wants to Turn You into an Author

Though they may only account for a single-digit portion of the overall book market at present, sales of ebooks are soaring globally and will probably reach $12.7 billion (16.1 percent of all book sales), according to Outsell, by 2013.

And since Amazon has established that there is a “long tail” for physical books, that should logically be even more true for ebooks.

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