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How this Works

The first step in your audiobook publishing journey is to decide how and where you want your audiobook distributed.

You have some options, and I can't make this decision for you, but I can help you make a little sense of all the information.

Platforms

There are many audiobook publishing and distribution platforms.

Here are the 3 that I recommend.

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The Audiobook Empire is a full service production house. This is always my top recommendation. They handle all of the Post-production and  Distribution, as well as help with Marketing and Promotion! They are a joy to work with; In fact I actually reduce my rate when working through The Audiobook Empire because they make my job so much easier!

They also don't take any royalties from your audiobook sales!!!

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ACX is the oldest player in the game. Owned and operated by Amazon it is an easy DIY option for Audio Publishing and Distribution. Choose either an Exclusive (40% Royalty) or Non-Exclusive (25% Royalty). Exclusive means your audiobook will only be available through Audible.com, Amazon.com, and iTunes. Non-Exclusive means it will be on those three and anywhere else you'd like to have it (including the possibilities of Libraries!)

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Findaway Voices is a good alternative to ACX for DIY Audiobook Publishing. The process is similar to ACX, but one of the big differences is that you get to set the price of your audiobook. This gives you much more control over your income from the audiobook, as well as the ability to do sales and promotions

The Process

Once you've decided on a platform and we've signed all the contracts through them, it's time for the fun part! Creating an excellent audiobook!

Below I've broken my process down into 4 main steps. Prep, Record, Proof, Edit and Master.

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