Lulu.com Gives Authors Free Custom Publishing Advice
RALEIGH, N.C., June 28, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Lulu.com, the leader
in open-publishing, announced today the launch of the Lulu.com Publishing Advisor, a new tool designed to give authors of all backgrounds and levels of experience customized publishing recommendations for their books, absolutely free.
"The Lulu Publishing Advisor gives authors the advice they wish they'd had before they made a mistake," says Sarah Gilbert, director of services at Lulu.com. "The Publishing Advisor is a fun, easy tool that gives honest, upfront tips for making a book better from basic editing ideas to how to best market a title. Its not the advice your mother or best friend would tell you, but what you need to hear to become the
By completing five simple questions about his or her book, authors will receive a fully customized publishing recommendation based on their answers. The tool is built to gauge where a writer is at in terms of concept, editing, marketing, and distribution and provide the next, most logical steps for their title. The new tool will also provide links for further information and resources as well as contact with a
dedicated publishing expert at Lulu.com. The Publishing Advisor is designed to better equip authors to make informed decisions throughout their publishing experience. The tool also provides collectible social author badges to share with friends and fans on popular sites like Facebook and Twitter.
"So far, authors have loved the Publishing Advisor," says Gilbert. "Some have even changed their answers upwards of 20 times to see what the different results would be for their book. The Lulu Publishing Advisor is a great tool for setting realistic writing goals with help from real publishing professionals. Its just one more way Lulu is helping authors sell more books."
No matter if an author is out to make a mint, or just share an idea, the Lulu Publishing Advisor provides a clearer idea of which route to take with their remarkable works. To learn more or to begin your own publishing journey, visit: http://publishinghelper.com