Do you think that people, especially reviewers, don’t pay attention to your book index?
The truth is that people pay attention to every part of your book. And they judge your book’s quality based on the quality of each of those parts, including the index of the book. We have listed three reasons why indexes are important. But there’s more to an index besides your obligation to readers and sales:
A missing or bad index can hurt your reputation. A bad index corrupts your book like the rotten spot on an otherwise sweet apple. And this corruption, in turn, reflects on the author.
Index Busters are here to give that value to your book! Saving time and assuring remarkable index that’s our trademark. We are a partnership of three indexing professionals with decades of combined experience in multiple areas.
If you are looking for professional indexing services, we can help you with making quality indexes that:
Librarians and other large buyers judge the quality of a book based on its index. And they know a bad one from a good one.
Also, because the index is free to view on Amazon, readers use it to see if your book has what they want.
Both of these mean one thing — good indexes sell books.
A book index can add or take away from your book. It can also do the same to your reputation.
Just like every other part of the book, the index speaks to you as an author. A good one will enhance the quality and professionalism of your book, while a bad one can hurt it.
Think of an index like a living appendage to your book. It’s an integral part of the whole, so you should treat it with the same care you treat the rest of the book.
Don’t let a deadline or other pressures put a blemish on your work.
Your reader expects an book index.
Not only that — they also use it. Indexes make referencing (and citing) information a lot easier.
A good index that considers all possible readers, what they’re going to look up, and how they’re going to do it is invaluable to readers. And it makes your book that much more complete.
We’ve worked with over 300 individual authors so far, and indexed more than 550 books. We’re known as one of America’s best indexing teams for a reason. Not only we are indexers with over two decades of experience, but we also have unique backgrounds that give us the expertise to tackle a wide range of topics in the sciences and humanities.