Articles for ‘Publications’

The Top 10 Reasons to Visit Omnipress.com Today

Published by Gina Wentling

Of course the Omnipress team is excited about our new corporate website. This is our business, and the website is a better representation of how we can help organizations delivery

OmniPresence: Coming Soon! New Website, New Omnipress

Published by Tracy Gundert

I am pleased to announce the upcoming launch of the new Omnipress.com! Next Tuesday, April 15th, you’ll notice big changes to the website. We have made it easier

Finding the Perfect Pair: The Benefits of Faceted Search

Published by Gina Wentling

Odds are, you’ve bought something online this year (maybe even this week). Did you go to the website with a specific product in mind, or did you browse around until

5 Key Takeaways from “DC Association Salary Survey Report 2013-14”

Published by Gina Wentling

Are you surprised to learn that associations’ top challenge is building membership? Probably not. But other results from the DC Associations Salary Survey Report 2013-14 are worth noting, especially in

Is Your Bookshelf Half-Full, or Completely Empty?

Published by Gina Wentling

Meanwhile, in San Antonio, they’ve opened a new library … (wait for it) … with no books. In October, the Bexar County Digital Library, a.k.a. Bibliotech, became the first public

Podcast: Print Books Build Better Brains

Published by Gina Wentling

As in Episode 8 (Outsourcing Case Study), Dr. Rebecca Keller of Real Science-4-Kids joins Dan and Tony in the Omnipress podcast room. Rebecca writes science books for kids, teaching the

Five Must-Have Features of Inventory Management Systems for Educational Publications

Published by Sara Olbrantz

Wondering about the status of your educational publications? If only it were as easy as checking your best friend’s Facebook status to see how they’re doing, right? Oh, wait… It