ISBN

Where to get your own ISBN?

It depends on your country. In the US, it is Bowker (https://www.myidentifiers.com), the only official ISBN issuer. You register with them and get your own imprint/publisher name (one ISBN = $125 or buy in bulk: 10 ISBNs = $295). In the UK you can get your ISBN from Nielson (https://www.nielsenisbnstore.com), £89 per ISBN or £164 …

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Should You Use the Retailer’s ISBN or Get Your Own ISBN?

What is an ISBN? ISBN stands for International Standard Book Number and every book should have one in order for it to be identified by retailers. The minimum information required for every ISBN is the book title, author name, imprint (publisher) name, book price and country/region/language. Let’s look at an example: 978-1-64153-269-3 978 = EAN …

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