An index serves only one purpose:
Book indexing is as much art as science. Without an index, access to the information in a book is severely compromised. An incomplete index can be misleading if potential purchasers conclude that the information they are seeking is not included in the book. If a librarian or university professor determines that an index is mediocre or incomplete, the book may be rejected without another look.
The value of a good book index is ultimately measured in book sales, which means dollars and cents.
At All Sky Indexing, I will work with you to make sure the index meets the needs of the author, the publisher and the readers. Price quotes are free and submitted quickly.
Nancy C. Mulvany, in Indexing Books, 2nd Edition, says:
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