F r e q u e n t l y   A s k e d   Q u e s t i o n s



 

  1. How would you describe your typical customer?

  2. How are your materials sold?

  3. How are you paid for your services?

  4. What is a private label publisher?

  5. Who owns the copyrights for your training materials?

  6. How long does it take to develop custom training materials?

 

 

 

 

 

1.   How would you describe your typical customer?

Our typical clients are industry trade associations and franchising corporations. These organizations routinely have small to large training departments that generally offer sales and management training to their franchisees (Ex. DaimlerChrysler Academy sales to ABC Chrysler-Dodge in Somewhere, WI) or to their association members (Ex. NIADA sales to Ed’s Used Cars in Hometown, ID). 
However, our customers do not want to invest significant training dollars in developing courses for “back office” accounting and clerical personnel for their franchisees or association members. Working with Page Publications allows these customers to fill a recognized need with little dollar investment on their part.

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2.  How are your materials marketed?

Our training materials are typically marketed through our clients’ training departments. For example, our self-study course for Ford’s Retailer Education & Training Department is ordered through a secure website accessible only to Ford and Lincoln-Mercury dealer personnel.

 As desired, our experienced staff can assist our clients in developing sales and marketing literature or brochures for newly developed training products.

 

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3.  How are you paid for your services?

Page Publications works on either a fee or revenue-sharing basis with clients. This allows maximum flexibility for both small and large companies and trade associations.

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4.  What is a private label publisher?
Simply stated, the Page Publications, LLC name and logo may or may not appear on our completed materials. Some of our customer/training partners allow us to co-brand our work. That is, their logo and our logo both appear on the workbooks. Other customers prefer that our name not appear anywhere in the materials.  

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5.  Who owns the copyrights for your training materials?

Page Publications, LLC owns the copyrights to the majority of our published materials, but this is a negotiable item.

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6.  How long does it take to develop custom training materials?
The time necessary to develop a workbook or other training materials depends on how much new documentation has to be written and how large the office manager focus group is. We have already developed a significant amount of materials for the automotive industry. This allows us to modify already written materials to meet the needs of another automotive client. Generally, new clients may expect development time from start to final review and launch of training materials to be a minimum of 3 to 6 months, depending on scheduling of other publishing engagements and available firm personnel.

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