How To Add Page Numbers to PDF Online?
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Which publishing house is good if I have only 200 USD and I want to publish my book?
The best answer for your question depends on your goals. How would define success in this process? Are you attempting to share an idea with the world? Are you attempting to make a living financially? Is it your dream to “be published?” Put together a plan, and then systematically attack it. Whatever you decide, know that people within the publishing world disagree sharply with how to answer your question. Most of that disagreement stems from differing experiences and perspective. As someone who has published traditionally (through a publishing house) and independently (using digital services and freelancers) I’ve ridden the highs and lows of both strategies. Look for trusted sources of information such as Jane Friedman’s HotSheet, Mike Shatzkin’s Idealog, Johanna Penn’s Creative Penn, and The Sell More Book Show (Bryan and Jim) to help you find your way. Bust of luck to you!
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