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Northbrook, IL — FaveQuilts.com has recently finished up its brand new survey to learn more about what quilters across the web are most interes
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Northbrook, IL — Prime Publishing’s model consists of building and developing relationships with bloggers, designers and foodies to mutually benefit one another. As the company’s exposure widens, bloggers, designers and foodies are realizing the benefits involved in working with our various sites. One such blogger, Amanda Formaro, a blogger who runs a variety of sites, including AmandasCookin.com and CraftsbyAmanda.com, visited the Prime Publishing headquarters to get a first-hand look at the operations.
Amanda works with several of our larger sites including FaveCrafts.com. She is in frequent contact with Karisa Tell and Melissa Conner, the editors who help run FaveCrafts.com. During her visit and lunch, she learned about the benefits of working with Prime Publishing, particularly with regards to the designer/foodie profiles and eBooks. Each of our sites create craft and food eBooks for consumers to enjoy for free. Each project included in that eBook includes the URL of the source, casting a much wider net of exposure. A typical eBook is downloaded 25,000 – 50,000 times, with some of our most popular eBooks having been downloaded over 100,000+ times. In addition, designer/blogger profiles help curate a blogger’s projects onto one convenient page, an essential step in turning a blog into a brand. Every project added increases the blogger’s chances of being found among hundreds of thousands of niche blogs. Prime Publishing exists to help those voices be heard.