The moment you’re about to license your content under a Creative Commons license on your website… you’re susceptible to fraudulent copyright claims against your content,–including fraudulent takedown requests/notices. This can result you in court with fraudulent copyright cases; this is the untold issue you may encounter when you were allowing anyone to reuse your content.
Your readers might find more of your mispelled words, or any errors on your E-book. Or in some cases; your E-book needs to be expanded, or your readers aren’t able to read it at all because, DRM is infecting it!
You can use any word program on your machine to fix errors on your E-book, or in the cloud.
If you’re using Draft2Digital to publish books, you can update them quickly. You can also turn off DRM there at your control panel of your account.
If you are a screen-reader user, just like I do; make sure your content is readable by a screen-reader on your computer. Go for an open-source screen-reader, not proprietary software.
You’ve written books all right, and you’ve published them. But your audience hasn’t arrived to these book stores to find your book just yet. However, you can spread the word about it; but do it wisely.
For the past years; I’ve been working with my sites as I write content like a book. I believe some people may experience some difficulties when reading posts that are written like chapters of a book. If you have posts that are long as 4000 words, and you were trying to segment your long stories into chapters; you may encounter some problems when some of your visitors have trouble navigating on your site,–reading from one post to the another.
Recently; I experimented with a screen-reader, Chromevox on my Chromebook. I updated to the latest version of Chrome OS. If you were recently using a keyboard navigation… it used to work, now broken! That leads you to these following questions: