NetGalley Advanced, providing in-depth data insights and productivity tools, launches in Europe

NetGalley Advanced, providing in-depth data insights and productivity tools, launches in Europe October 1, 2019—NetGalley LLC, the industry-standard provider of secure digital review copies and marketing solutions to readers of influence, today launched NetGalley Advanced for UK, French, and German publishers. Available in the United States since January, the premier level of service helps publishers track and analyze NetGalley trends across divisions, and make strategic decisions earlier. NetGalley continues to dovetail with publishers’ current marketing, publicity, and sales strategies, while…

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NetGalley Announces NetGalley.co.uk and NetGalley.jp

NetGalley Announces NetGalley.co.uk and NetGalley.jp Evers now Assistant Director of NetGalley UK Newburyport, MA, USA, 11 October, 2017 —NetGalley, LLC, the company that provides publisher marketing services and secure, digital review copies to reviewers, media, librarians, booksellers and educators, today announced the launch of a new country-specific site for the United Kingdom, which will be live 25th October. Additionally, NetGalley.jp (which has been in beta release for several months in Japan) will have its official launch on 17th October ,…

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NetGalley adds Social DRM reading option to facilitate “read anywhere” access to galleys

NetGalley adds Social DRM reading option to facilitate “read anywhere” access to galleys Contact: Susan Ruszala, President, NetGalley, at susan.ruszala@netgalley.com 11 December 2015—As publishers begin to explore alternatives to traditional digital rights management (DRM), NetGalley today announced the addition of a “Social DRM” reading option, which when enabled by publishers, will allow members to access digital galley content on any device or app that reads ePub or PDF files. “It’s always been important to NetGalley that we offer readers of influence…

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NetGalley adds support for excerpts via Dial-a-Book, Firebrand’s excerpts service

NetGalley adds support for excerpts via Dial-a-Book, Firebrand’s excerpts service Contact: Susan Ruszala, President, NetGalley susan.ruszala@netgalley.com December 2, 2015—NetGalley today announced that shareable excerpts are now available on book pages in NetGalley when they are included in the Dial-a-Book excerpt database. Dial-a-Book, part of Firebrand Technologies, is a free service for publishers which creates, aggregates and distributes first chapter excerpts to industry partners such as BN.com, Baker & Taylor TitleSource, EBSCO/host, ArcaMax, Cokesbury, and libraries subscribing to OCLC FirstSearch/WorldCat. “NetGalley…

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