Publishing Children’s e-Books Infographic

While surfing the web I found this infographic about publishing children’s e-books. This info graphic has some interesting facts about the e-book market that can help you make an informed decision when you’re getting ready to publish your e-book. Did you know that parents are twice as likely to buy your e-book on Amazon’s store as opposed to apples. Check out the graphic below to get more interesting tidbits like that.
I found this graphic on KiteReaders. KiteReaders is a publishing platform for authors and publishers to produce, distribute and market their children’s picture books on various mobile devices. If their services sound interesting to you check out their work at


Infographic on Why to Showcase Your Work On Online


By now we should all know that to be successful in our industry you need to have an online presence. Freelance artists must promote their work in as many places as possible to gain exposure and attract as many clients as we can. This infographic made by the PrintRunner Blog shows statistics and sites that designers and illustrators can use to promote their portfolios.


It was originally intended for designers but it is definitely applicable to illustrators’ work. They discuss using seven different sites to promote your work as well as statistics for each site. I have used most of these but a few I haven’t tried yet. The sites are,,,,,, and


The infographic discusses statistics for each site and the advantages of paying for each service. Most offer a free version but a few do not. It also talks about the pros and cons of each site, whether it offers mobile support and the site’s community size. It also has a few best practices when showing your portfolio online. Here is the full infographic. Take a look at the graphic and decide which service you would like to use to promote your work.