An Introduction to NetGalley FTP (ftp.netgalley.com)

Our FTP site at ftp.netgalley.com allows clients to easily transfer files into our import system to create title records in NetGalley. FTP is a standard file transfer protocol and is used extensively throughout the industry by retailers and trading partners. NetGalley also has an SFTP site available, which provides a more secure way to transfer files. Here is more information about SFTP.

NetGalley subscription clients will receive a separate login and password to ftp.netgalley.com. If you have multiple imprint accounts, your company may have one central FTP login for simplicity.

On ftp.netgalley.com, you will add: 

  • Content files (epub, PDF)
  • Cover images (.jpg or .png)
  • Audio files (.mp3)
  • A manifest file, if you choose (you can also create title records directly in NetGalley, although the manifest process is easiest when creating many title records at once).

If you are using ONIX, your ONIX administrator will also deliver your ONIX feed to ftp.netgalley.com.

 
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