Authors Exposed For Readers Benefit
This press release can be seen here: http://www.paradisepublishers.com/pr-14/
(Casper, Wyoming USA) – Searching for your favorite digital copy of a book online just got easier. By converting its entire library of thousands of ebooks from the popular Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) format to the web’s HTML format, an online publisher has exponentially increased the number of times its books are displayed through Internet search engines, like Google
Paradise Publishers Inc., the creator of the wildly popular ebook downloading website at www.Free-Ebooks.net, has drastically expanded its authors’ exposure on the Internet with its new formatting process. It makes it simultaneously much easier and more user-friendly for readers browsing for books by keywords, topics, genres, author names, and titles.
“The conversion from PDF to HTML is extremely beneficial for our current and would-be authors,” says Paradise Publishers CEO Nicolas Gremion. “As more people find their books through search engines, the authors and readers connect – giving more books maximum exposure worldwide.”
Search engines constantly circulate through the Internet – a process called “crawling” – hunting for material that online users want to find. But search engines that encounter a PDF file – or a whole book or ebook stored as a PDF file – see it as one single ‘object’ and display only one search result. If a PDF file is converted into HTML format however, the search engines instead recognize every single page of the book as a separate and distinct PDF file.
Previously a 125-pg book was displayed just once on Internet searches. Now it will be displayed 125 different times – or once-per-page rather than once-per-book. A writer and reader are 125 times more likely to be connected instantly.
This multiplies traffic to the site, significantly boosting member satisfaction, author exposure and advertising revenue. Paradise Publishers ad sales are already higher this year despite the contrasting challenges for other publishers in the current economic climate, both online and off.