What: Editors BC monthly meeting
When: Wednesday, October 17, 2018, 7:00–9:00 pm
Where: New location | Alma VanDusen Room, Central Library, 350 West Georgia Street, Vancouver | map
Cost: Free for Editors BC members, non-members, and students.
What exactly is metadata, and why should editors care? Why can’t an e-book just be a fixed-format copy of the print book? How can you leverage metadata to improve book sales? Learn about these topics in digital publishing and tips on how best to present your titles for online retailers. Covering topics such as what metadata and e-book files actually are, what to keep in mind when formatting a print book to e-book, metadata fields that drive discovery and sales, and common pitfalls of metadata, this session aims to demystify e-book production and metadata for editors from a production and retail perspective.
Kelsea O’Connor is a subject matter expert in ONIX and worked in global e-book retail for 4.5 years. She has previously worked at Rakuten Kobo Inc, Random House Canada, Geist, Canadian Literature and Black Bond Books. She currently works in the marketing software industry.
This presentation will be live streamed for Editors BC members! Watch your inbox for a members-only link to view the presentation live or access a recording after.
BONUS! Enter the draw at the meeting for a special prize.
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