Googleonomics - Winner of the iNdBook Award for Best New Title at The 2nd Annual BookExpo America (BEA)

Released on = May 25, 2006, 7:23 am

Press Release Author = Nate Perkins /Trafford Publishing

Industry = Media

Press Release Summary = Googleonomics: Winner of the iNdBook Award for Best New
Title Internet Economic at The 2nd Annual BookExpo America (BEA) 2006 held,
Washington Convention Center, Washington, DC.

Press Release Body = PRESS RELEASE: Googleonomics: Winner of the iNdBook Award for
Best New Title Internet Economic at The 2nd Annual BookExpo America (BEA) 2006
held, Washington Convention Center, Washington, DC.
(Washington, DC) May 21, 2006. This book is dedicated to the Mother of Civil Rights
Rose Parks
A WORD from the Economist Novelist:

When Bruce Batchelor, CEO of Trafford Publishing Company started the self-published
books, many in 1995, Bruce was a self-published author who decided to do something
about the ongoing "How do I get published?" problem. Then, Bruce and writers set up
Trafford Publishing technology as a vehicle to help new authors self-publish. Bruce,
along with his friends, introduced the revolutionary concept of "On-Demand Book
Publishing" to minimize cost and inconvenience.

Now, the conventional publishing companies coexist in harmony. No one thinks twice
about using whichever one is appropriate. It would be silly to enter into a debate
about which is better, the digital on-demand publishing or the conventional
publishing. They serve different functions. If I want Googleonomics simplicity in
saving time and money to get published, I use the digital on-demand book publishing
way. If I want to go to the gatekeepers of publishing books then the conventional
way is to get publish.

Think of digital print-on-demand publishing as Googleonomics. Those big publishing
houses in New York City are the conventional publishing companies. One isn't better
than the other; they are just different. But all writers, even self-publish purists
would do well to consider using both. Sure, I still reach for the conventional way
and I submit most of my books to those New York publishers. I always receive
rejection letters but I keep trying because I share that elusive dream of fame,
fortune, and Oprah! Guess what? They reject 98 percent of the books submitted to
them. Picking up that conventional way of getting publishes becomes harder and
harder, when I know a paper cut awaits me at the end.

That's why I authored "Googleonomics" book. No, the conventional way for publishing
is not going out of business, but I wanted to help my fans and readers get the word
out about simplicity digital self-published books with on-demand publishing. Like
the world's foremost search engine site, provides a new economic marketing
opportunity for you and your book--at no cost to you. Google's new innovative
service is called Google Book Search and it will allow people researching a topic on
the Internet to see a few pages of your book. Google will provide a "Buy this book"
link to on-line book retailers, including, Trafford's bookstore and the
IPTVBOOKSTORE.COM on-line bookstore.

Yes, nearly every book I write I submit to New York publishers. But every book I
publish, I submit to Trafford Publishing. And Bruce will publish your book, too. It
is Googleonomics, simply a matter of using all possible resources, and it doesn't
have to be a choice.

by Nate Perkins, LTC, (Ret) USA
538 pages; quality trade paperback (softcover); Includes images; catalogue #05-2800;
ISBN 1-4120-7902-0; US$40.00, C$46.00, EUR32.86, 23.00

Author Book Signing: Book Expo America-- is taking place at the Washington
Convention Center at 801 Mount Vernon Place NW, Washington, DC (please see the map
attached). The main contact number for the Washington Convention Center is
The Book Expo America exhibition hall hours are:
Friday May 19th: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Saturday, May 20th:? 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
Sunday May 21st: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Nate Perkins Enterprises and Trafford Publishing\'s booth number is: 1851


Web Site =

Contact Details = PRESS CONTACT:
TRAFFORD Publishing
Nate Perkins Enterprises, LLC
May 21, 2006 (Washington, DC)

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