We Like Being Disruptive at Blurb

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Our very own Eileen Gittins, Blurb CEO and founder, was named “Disruptor of the Day” on the innovation site www.dailydisruption.com. The site reports on technologies and forward-thinking people who are changing the way we live and work.

The mention makes us proud and all of us at Blurb promise to continue shaking things up in the publishing world. As Eileen says,”There’s no good reason why it should take tons of time, technical skills, big bucks, or friends in high places to publish a book. Or a zillion books, for that matter.”

There’s plenty more disruption to come from Eileen and Blurb, so stay tuned.

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  1. I would like to order my recent book. How do I get back to English?

    By Julie Joplin
      February 13, 2012 – 9:09 am   Permalink
  2. Hey Julie,

    If you find that you’re seeing the Blurb website in a different language, go to the upper right hand corner, where you’ll see a language such as Deutsch, Espanol, Francais, Italiano, Nederlands, or Portuguese. Just click here and select English.



    By Kent
      February 13, 2012 – 12:17 pm   Permalink
  3. Please be “disruptive” with regard to customer service. It is very disruptive to a creative project when the “wait time” for a technical issue is uncertain and the responsive is in “hours”. Please innovate with regard to your support services. Most especially with the latest version of Blurb – crash and freeze – this is not good business.

      March 8, 2012 – 9:33 am   Permalink
  4. Hey Jo,

    Sorry to hear you’ve had a delay in regards to our support team. I’ll make sure someone looks into your case.



    By Kent
      March 8, 2012 – 1:16 pm   Permalink
  5. Thanks for the input….like the book traveling 6.000 miles…ideas like that are valuable….to the open minded…I will be contributing….as I go along…Thanks again

      June 14, 2012 – 2:16 pm   Permalink

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