Watch the replay of our Q&A session with the Director of IngramSpark, Robin Cutler
Self-publishing can be a daunting prospect when you are starting out. IngramSpark is one of the top self-publishing platforms out there, so we invited Robin Cutler, the Director of IngramSpark, to show us how it all works and answer your questions. She spoke about how to navigate printing costs, how you can use metadata to help you sell, and much more. Watch the replay above.
As the Director of IngramSpark at Ingram Content Group, Robin is committed to helping independent publishers easily get their content into the hands of readers around the globe. To help make this happen, she leads the development of IngramSpark and continues to support and refine the platform to better serve independent publishers around the world. She is a leader in the independent publishing space, and when not developing new programs and services for IngramSpark, she can often be found sharing her expertise at industry events around the world.
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