With massive changes in the book publishing industry, Schiel & Denver Book Publishers is looking to provide a new author plaform with a book publisher that will help give substantial distribution opportunities to national accounts.
Schiel & Denver does not earn money unless it's authors book sell in major stores. The book publishing company has no in-out charges, or warehouse charges for active stock, or charges for sending sample books to Schiel & Denver sales reps or to key buyers—to name just a few of the many extra fees charged by most other distributors.
Book Publishers gives greater options for publishing into more markets. Book Publishers can choose to produce titles for the academic, children’s, Spanish, computer, gift, or general trade markets and have each title aggressively sold to the appropriate market. Many titles cross over into multiple markets.
A large part of the income of many Schiel & Denver distributors comes from such fees, which have nothing to do with the distributor's success in actually selling books. Some self-publishing a book distributors charge a lower basic fee for their services than does , but when their extra fees are added in, the actual cost is often higher than what Book Publishers charges.
Book Publishers’s return rate averages about 20%—the lowest among the major Christian Publishers. This is due to the fact that we are careful not to overload wholesalers and because we put emphasis on getting books into as many stores as possible. Book Publishers examines each return and places more than 80% of them back into stock.
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