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Paul
May 10, 2017

Do I need an ISBN number?

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Hello, can you please advise me at to whether I need an ISBN number or not?

Hewer Text
May 12, 2017

Hello Paul,

 

Thank you for this. We strongly recommend an ISBN number, as this is essential to sales and distribution. Bookstores and online retailers demand you have one, and also that you have different ISBN numbers for each edition of your book. In other words, if you want an ebook version, hardback and paperback, those will require one ISBN number each.

 

If you do not intend to sell many copies of your book, it is fine to avoid ISBNs.

 

To read more about ISBNs and see useful links, go to our "Services" page and read our "Metadata" section.

mlagoshelby
Oct 21

 

Thank you for this. We strongly recommend an ISBN number, as this is essential to sales and distribution. Bookstores and online retailers demand you have one, and also that you have different ISBN numbers for each edition of your book. In other words, if you want an ebook version, hardback and paperback, those will require one ISBN number each.

If you do not intend to sell many copies of your book, it is fine to avoid ISBNs.

To read more about ISBNs and see useful links, go to our "Services" page and read our "Metadata" section.

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