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Free 6-Week Online Workshop: Personal Engagement Strategy

In partnership with Indy Women in Tech (IWiT), Dress for Success, and Indiana Historical Society, 1001 Watts, published by IBJ Custom Publishing, will be used as a guide to help Indy women professionals discover how to level-up engagement and pursue their ambitions in an AI world. Author, Lauren Grey, received a Master of Public Affairs degree from Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs and recently completed certification in Artificial Intelligence Strategy from UC Berkeley School of Information.  Artificial Intelligence strategy aligns with the workshop's modules and her book, 1001 Watts. The learning outcome of the workshop is to guide women toward thinking more...

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Summer Book Recommendations

So you're looking for a new book to dive into during your Summer vacation? Well, you've come to the right place. We have a lot of new books hitting our bookstore here at IBJ Book Publishing. Here are our Summer reading recommendations: For the sports lover: We have two recommendations that will score big!   Cinderella Ball by Michael S. Maurer 2017 is the 50th Anniversary of the Indiana Hoosiers’ 1967 run for the Rose Bowl. Maurer chronicled this team for four months, beginning with its first practice on September 1, 1967. As a 1967 graduate of the IU Law...

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IBJ Book Publishing design team wins award

Congratulations to the IBJ Book Publishing design team for being selected as a winner of Graphic Design USA's American Inhouse Design Award™. Led by creative director, Kristen (Hambridge) Draskovic, the team's design for the book, Hoosier Beacons written by Richard Gunderman, was chosen as the recipient of the award from 5,000 entrants. Hoosier Beacons is a compilation of profiles of renowned Hoosiers. The profiles were published in the Indianapolis Business Journal every other week in recognition of the Indiana Bicentennial. Buy the book on our bookstore!

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Honor For An IBJ Author

Great article honoring Tim Stoner, Zionsville decorated soldier and IBJ author. He and his wife wrote "FamilyPrint," a collection of blogs and photos taken during Tim's deployment. Read it the article here: http://www.currentzionsville.com/2017/05/23/incredibly-fortunate-zionsville-soldier-among-unit-honored-for-valor-on-iraqi-battlefields/ To learn more about FamilyPrint visit familyprint.org or to purchase "FamilyPrint" on our website, visit: http://ibjbp.com/product/493-familyprint/

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SEO Basics From Round Peg

SEO Basics: More than just interesting blog posts. by Lorraine | Jun 9, 2016 Content marketing is more than just writing a great blog post. We are going to assume you have a good team writing interesting and grammatically correct blog posts. But you need to do more if you want your content to fuel your rise in search rankings. Here are just a few simple steps you can take to supercharge your blog posts to support your search engine optimization plan. The nice thing is these same strategies will actually improve your written content so real people will appreciate it...

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Advice for Authors: What A Designer Wants You to Know About Creating a Cover

– Megan Carrell,  intern at the Indianapolis Business Journal As an author, you’ve spent countless hours writing your perfect book. But when that’s done, what’s next? Here’s six tips on what your cover designer really wants you to know about designing the cover.   Start with the basics. It might sound straightforward, but knowing this information can be critical to our design capability. For example, if your last name is Keihanaikukauakahihuliheekahaunaele, we need to plan enough space to fit that. Not sure where to start? Here’s a good list. If you can fill this out, you’re ready for the next step....

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