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Press Releases from Arbor Books, Inc. (6 total)

When Will Real Estate Recover?

(New York, NY)—Ever since the housing market went bust, experts and property owners have been trying to predict just when the value of real estate will start going up again—if ever. Many industry insiders are now suggesting that there are small but positive indications showing that the market is finally stabilizing. According to a recent report presented by Standard & Poor’s Case-Shiller Home Price Indexes, 19 of 20 metropolitan

Article: 10 Reasons E-books are the new paperbacks

(New York, NY)—Just a few short years ago, the avid reader who wanted convenience and savings would wait for desirable titles to appear in paperback. It was cheap and as easy as going to the grocery store. Now, e-books are making paperbacks obsolete. “Readers now understand that even the trip to the grocery store is unnecessary,” says Joel Hochman, co-owner of Arbor Books, Inc., a leading e-book producer and ghostwriting

Arbor Books: Complaints Rise When Forums Go Bad

(New York, NY)—When does a forum go from a font of facts to a sewer of snarkiness, a cult of kooks or a den of defamation? Complaints are on the rise as the posts of unrestrained commenters and the inaction of irresponsible forum moderators continue to mount. This is becoming a major issue both for the subjects of the attacks and people who are trying to find relevant and helpful

NO ONE IS SAFE FROM PLAGIARISM

(New York, NY)—Plagiarism is a modern-day plague for industries across the board and even affects the lives of entertainment superstars like Avril Lavigne and Adam Sandler. In recent months, plagiarism scandals have arisen involving the music and film industries. Two American songwriters claimed that the chart-topper “Girlfriend” by Avril Lavigne was plagiarized from the 1979 song “I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend” by the Rubinoos. Similarly, Adam Sandler’s new box-office

SEVEN WARNINGS ABOUT PRINT ON DEMAND

(New York, NY)—Problems are beginning to surface with the publishing phenomenon known as Print on Demand (POD), according to Arbor Books (www.arborbooks.com), one of the leading ghostwriting and self-publishing companies in the world What is POD? This printing alternative allows the production of single copies of books to be printed, instead of hundreds or even thousands at a time. In the beginning, POD was limited to mainstream publishers as a

ARBOR BOOKS WARNS OF GHOSTWRITING SCAMS

(New York, NY)—Arbor Books (arborbooks.com) is working to protect people against scams in the ghostwriting business. Numerous companies are scamming people who are new to the ghost writing business in various ways: 1) Demanding large payments up front: A therapist paid $25,000 upfront on a $50,000 ghostwriting contract and didn't get a single word written for over 8 months. The therapist even had to resort to begging the ghostwriter and