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Here is the IPG's archive of older blog posts that have been made in the past.
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parthian
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An introduction to Wales-based publisher Parthian, which celebrates its 25th anniversary in 2018 - read more ➥
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​Printondemand-Worldwide, the IPG’s stand partner at The London Book Fair, on why all publishers should consider POD​ - read more ➥
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​High-quality metadata can improve discoverability and increase sales. Deanta’s Darren Ryan shares some advice for optimising it​ - read more ➥
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​Just some of our many takeaways from a packed programme in Oxfordshire. What were yours?​ - read more ➥
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A Q&A with East London photography specialist Hoxton Mini Press - read more ➥
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Some of our favourite tweets, photos and cartoons from a packed Conference - read more ➥
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Four speakers preview their Conference sessions—and share some book tips - read more ➥
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​Annie Stone of IPG Annual Spring Conference sponsor BookBub on ways to make the most of your ebook promotions - read more ➥
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Our Annual Spring Conference sponsor and exhibitor on ways its permissions services can help IPG members - read more ➥
canburypress
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A Q&A with non-fiction publisher and IPG member Canbury Press - read more ➥
Bookwire
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​Ebook and audiobook specialist Bookwire considers the impact of streaming on publishers’ content​ - read more ➥
Ingenta
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Mark Hester of ​Ingenta, a sponsor and exhibitor at the IPG Annual Spring Conference, explains why responsive website design should be a top... - read more ➥
Inspired
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An introduction to the services of publishing recruitment specialist Inspired, an exhibitor at our Annual Spring Conference - read more ➥
NielsenBook
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A Q&A with publishing and data services provider Nielsen, an exhibitor at the IPG Annual Spring Conference - read more ➥
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With a month to go until the 2018 Conference, we asked members what they are looking forward to most - read more ➥
Ingram
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Ingram Content Group, gold sponsor at the Annual Spring Conference, on opportunities for IPG members in Australia - read more ➥
ThomsonShore
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​US printer Thomson-Shore, a sponsor and exhibitor at the IPG’s ​​Annual Spring Conference​​, shares some advice... - read more ➥
IPRLicense
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A Q&A with rights licensing platform and Conference exhibitor IPR License - read more ➥
SamMissingham
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​Lounge Books’ Sam Missingham highlights some recent strategies and campaigns for independents to learn from - read more ➥
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A Q&A with Conference exhibitor Publishers' Licensing Services - read more ➥
gardners
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An introduction to the leading international wholesaler and Annual Spring Conference exhibitor - read more ➥
MartinTrippAssociates
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A Q&A with the executive search specialist and Annual Spring Conference exhibitor - read more ➥
thebookseller
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A Q&A with the Bookseller, provider of publishing news and an exhibitor at the Annual Spring Conference - read more ➥
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JohnPettigrew
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​Publishing practices vary enormously from sector to sector. John Pettigrew explains why books for schools and HE need a special approach​ - read more ➥
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Join us on our popular collective stands at the October fair - read more ➥