Our goal is simple:
let us help you protect your books.
We know the true measure of fighting book piracy is NOT how many DMCAs are sent, it's how many illegal book links are killed.
Don't give up. You CAN fight back!
Siobhan Davis | USA Today Bestselling Author
"A hands-on pro-active approach, as applied by PageAngels, is exactly what is needed to take back control and protect an author's brand."
Jillian Dodd | USA Today Bestselling Author
"PageAngels uses a hands-on approach which has been efficient and positively affected my bottom line."
All PageAngels Plans Include:
DMCA submissions as DMCA agent
DMCA creation for each title
Search and identify active piracy sites
DMCA summary report
NEW RELEASE PLAN
PROTECT YOUR NEXT BOOK LAUNCH
The first two weeks are the most important. Breaking the illegal share chain early makes your book harder to find in the long run, reducing the spread of illegal copies and protecting your release day sales.
BOOK SERIES PLAN
FOR ONGOING BOOK SERIES
Let PageAngels clean up your backlist. We'll search out and
issue takedowns for any pre-existing piracy we discover,
as well as watch for re-uploads and new links.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why Should Authors Fight Book Piracy?
If you don't protect your copyright, no one will. Pirates steal both new releases and backlist titles, especially when you have a new release coming out. The easier it is to steal your books, the more it impacts book sales.
Why PageAngels vs Automated Services?
We take a hands-on approach to locating and removing pirate links. We also see past the tricks pirates use to fool automated systems (for example, purposely misspelling or omitting the author's name) and avoid the fake pirate sites that don't actually have your book.
Why Hire An Anti-Piracy Personal Assistant?
Fighting book piracy can be very time-consuming, especially if you don't know where to look. We'll handle the searching and DMCAs for you so you can focus on writing and promoting your books.
What If A Site Won't Remove My Books?
We'll do everything we can to kill active listings, but some sites are notoriously non-compliant, even to major publishers. If a site refuses to cooperate, we'll file with Google to de-list that site's links and hide them from view.