PixelMags – full hand of publication channels

PixelMags – You create We deliver : their story has been a success with a bright focus so far.

Small Indie-publishers and large ones have the same problem: you can have a top class content, but you lack some delivery channels and/or it is a major headache to get your work published digitally on time ( and with reasonable costs) using your own resources. So without help, marketing and delivery of digital publications is just a costly hobby.

PixelMags have been on the right track (just timely before many others) and worked hard to get things function seamlessly. They have not forgot even advertisers, who can make the most publications live or die. So no wonder, they are now getting more and more worldwide customers who trust them.

Pixelmags Takes a Unique Approach to Digitizing Magazines | Entrepreneur.com

Peecho, online cloud-printing

Digital publishers, museums, photographers etc. need sometimes service to get their work published on paper - Peecho has for that a simple solution. You can set up a button on your web-site (just add one line of code to your website, the print button will appear and you can start selling prints). Peecho will take care of the rest, including the checkout, payment, on demand production and delivery. Many kinds of products can be set for print production.

A very interesting application is Rijksstudio (to explore all functions, you must make an account “Start your own Rijksstudio”…but take time and relax, it is fun), kind of an own art  studio based on masterpieces of Rijksmuseum (Netherland). All the paintings and art are high resolution and printing is powered with Peecho. Replicas of the original artwork can also be ordered. If you just want to explore master artists, the collection is a right place to start high quality and high resolution expedition (you can also download masterpieces).

Issuu is also relying Peecho for printing, and then there are some indie-publishers using service. Also KB (Koninklijke Bibliotheek) is offering printed art via Peecho