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How To Get ISBN Number In Nigeria

How To Get ISBN Number In Nigeria

How To Get ISBN Number In Nigeria. Are you an author writing a book in Nigeria or you have written a book and looking for how you get your book to measure up with other authors internationally by getting the ISBN number for your book? Look no further, because this article will teach you how to get an ISBN number in Nigeria.

The International Standard Book Number (ISBN) is a numeric commercial book identification that is designed to be unique, according to Wikipedia.

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The ISBN is generally assigned to each edition and version of a publication independently. A book, for example, has a different ISBN than a paperback or hardcover edition of the same book. Prior to 2007, the ISBN was generally ten digits long, and thirteen digits long from April 1st, 2007. There are several procedures for assigning an ISBN, and they differ between countries, particularly depending on the size of a country’s publishing business.

For individuals who can write well, book publishing can be a successful enterprise. And one of the most significant steps in properly publishing a book is obtaining an ISBN number for your book, which may be obtained from the National library (either in Abuja or Lagos).

This may help your works gain recognition in large libraries and bookshops, as well as assist you in times of conflict, such as a plagiarism case. However, its primary function is to identify books because no two books have the same ISBN number.

How To Get ISBN Number In Nigeria

As previously stated, this number is available from any of the national libraries (Abuja and Lagos). To obtain it, follow the steps outlined below.

1. Write a letter to the relevant national library asking for an ISBN number and a form. An ISBN costs N2,500, but expects to spend much more.

 

2. Take a photocopy of your certificate of company registration obtained from the Corporate Affairs Commission with you when you return, which should be within two weeks of receiving the form.

3. Bring a manuscript of the book for which you want an ISBN number. Following your submissions, you will be assigned an ISBN. You can now proceed to publish your book after getting it.

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