Conversion Solutions

INscribe Digital helps you manage your asset conversion by providing you with talented partners, the lowest possible rates, and a streamlined work flow from original file to retailer delivery.

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Global Distribution

We give you access to an ever-growing list of retailers, libraries, and book subscription services, including over 250 retailers and 20,000 libraries.

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Marketing Solutions

Our team provides critical marketing support to help clients strategically grow their business through our close retailer relationships, expertise in pricing and pre-order management and our effective use of third-party marketing services.

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ANALYTICS

Get access to robust marketing and live status information through INscribe's INstore tool, providing you with actionable information to drive sales and streamline your marketing efforts. Our Client Console provides sales trends and royalty reporting.

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Who We Service

We provide solutions to a wide range of clients including publishers, authors and agents seeking full service distribution and marketing, publishers with enterprise distribution needs, as well as non-traditional publishers and content owners seeking partners to help them bring content to market.

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News & Notes

January 9, 2015

Seven Keys to Digital Publishing Success: Case Studies ...

By Anne Kubek and Kelly Peterson Every publisher, entrepreneurial author and literary agent is aiming to launch the next bestseller. Many have spent years trying to hit it big by offering the first eBook in a series for free, or an eBook

August 15, 2014

Creating eBook Bestsellers: Free eBooks

At BEA, Kelly Peterson moderated a discussion with three panelists, all of them influential in the eBook industry.  As a refresher, these are the panelists: Erin Gorham, Digital Account Manager at HarperCollins Nathan Maharaj, Director of Merchandising at Kobo Susan

August 12, 2014

Pixel Hall Press is Testing the Waters in How Pre-Publi...

Pixel Hall Press, a small boutique publisher, is using one of the Big Five’s strategies to make the public more aware of its two top Autumn titles. They will report on its effectiveness to help other small publishers.