Linking is one of the key elements that makes websites valuable. You can include links in anything you post in Nook Support Forums by highlighting the text you want to convert to a link and clicking on the link button in the editor to activate the Link Picker. The Link Picker gives you the power to link to any web address (URL), search for something in Nook Support Forums to link to on the All Content tab, or you can choose from your recent browsing history on the Browse History tab. You can also link to documents using @mentioning. Just type an @ followed by some text to start searching for a document. For example, type @Weekly to bring up a picklist of documents with Weekly in the title.
I saw the following ad at Library Journal's website:
|SELF-e is an innovative collaboration between Library Journal and BiblioBoard® that enables authors and libraries to work together and expose notable self-published ebooks to voracious readers looking to discover something new. Finally, a simple and effective way to catalog and provide access to ebooks by local authors and build a community around indie writing!|
QUESTION: Have you used SELF-e, or are you planning to? Your thoughts about this offering are welcome!
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