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Rae Stonehouse
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Rae Stonehouse

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Sat, May 26, 2018 - 06:15 AM

Self-Publisher logistical questions

I’ve recently started a business as a Self-Publishing Consultant i.e. Live for Excellence Productions
I’m wondering about the logistics of submitting one of my client’s books to ebookIt!

Do I need to create a publisher’s account of some type i.e. in my business name or would I do it in my current account, or open an account in my client’s name?

If my client is wanting me to take care of ‘everything’, how would the upload, approval process and payment work? Would it be through me or would the client be required to look after it?

The payments would go into the client’s account. Is it possible for the statement notifications to go to me, or do they have to go to the client?

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Ryan Levesque
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Ryan Levesque

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Print Mon, Jun 18, 2018 - 04:24 PM
I've updated your account type from Author to Publisher ("Publisher" account simply means that the client will be uploading books for more than one author).

There are a couple of relevant options for your situation:

1) Submit the book through your account. You will remain the client of record. Royalty payments will go to you.

2) Submit the book through your account, and then once the book is finished and it's ready to go live, ask us to move the account to a new account in the author's name. At that point, the author will become the client of record, and payments will go to the author from there on out. In this scenario, you would no longer have access to the client's sales reports.

I hope this helps!

PS-- Congrats on launching your new business!

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