Ever wondered on the need for registering either International Serial Book Number (ISBN) and International Standard Serial Number (ISSN) with your publications?
You need any of these two if your publications would be recognised by the government or if you would like your publications to get into the National Library for wider audience.
Having an ISBN or ISSN is more than recognition and gaining market share – it also makes your publications legal before the law: either of them is, however, needed for printed publications.
ISBN – is registered for books.
ISSN – concerns itself with:
- Online Publications.
It is interesting to note that each of these costs little to secure and can be ready within five days – two working weeks.
NB: All payment attracts 5% Value Added Tax (VAT).
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