Catalog Admin Training
New to Edelweiss+ catalog administration? Welcome! You've come to the right place.
The Way You Want to Learn
The topics below are split into an introductory overview ("101") and a more detailed demonstration ("102"). For each, you'll have the opportunity to learn based on your personal preference:
Or, if you have specific questions, type what you're looking for into the Search bar here.
Completely new to Edelweiss? Start here.
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Basic navigation, setting up your account, and customizing your homepage.
Your publisher page in Edelweiss+ is where you show off your catalogs and provide important information to your accounts and book professionals. Make the most of it!
Publisher Page 101
Logos, banners, imprint logos, and market.
Publisher Page 102
Information page and folders.
Managing Your Publisher Page
Now that your publisher page is looking great, it's time to add your catalogs! Catalogs are a way of organizing your titles in order to facilitate your sales and marketing process.
Naming, pdfs, market, folders, loading ISBNs, and admin grid overview.
Editing your title information.
To learn more about creating catalogs, click here to browse Help resources or search on the homepage.
Once you have the basics down, there are a number of best practices to increase awareness and interest in your titles. Get creative!
Tips and Tricks 101
Headers and showcases.
Tips and Tricks 102
Promoting your titles.
Tips and Tricks for Effective Catalogs
To learn more, click here to browse Help resources or search on the homepage.
There are thousands and thousands of reviews every year in Edelweiss+. When an Edelweiss+ user shares a review of one your titles, be sure to feature it! Here's how.
Event grids are a way to share author tours with your accounts and allow them to request participation. Learn more about event grids.
Collections are groups of titles that you create for a certain purpose to share with one or more of your Contacts. Learn more about collections.
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