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A Brief History of the Web Publishing Dream

A Brief History of the Web Publishing Dream | Digital Publishing | Scoop.it
Stop me if you’ve heard the one before about the industry that kept believing in the same failed dream every year for over 30 years. If you haven’t, I have a multi-billion dollar hustle to sell you…
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Why Criteo is getting punished by Wall Street

Why Criteo is getting punished by Wall Street | Digital Publishing | Scoop.it
Last week Criteo announced its Q2 2014 results, with across the board YoY growth in Revenue, EBITDA, and a positive Free Cashflow. The company attributed m
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Snapchat Said in Funding Talks With Alibaba at $10b Value

Snapchat Said in Funding Talks With Alibaba at $10b Value | Digital Publishing | Scoop.it
Snapchat Inc., the company that makes a mobile application for disappearing photo messages, is in talks with investors including Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. for a round of financing that may value the company at $10 billion, people with knowledge of the situation said.
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The Other E-book Retailers

The Other E-book Retailers | Digital Publishing | Scoop.it
The e-book store market may be dominated by Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Apple, but a few independent online e-bookstores, patterned after bricks-and-mortar retailers, have carved out a lucrative niche. Some were emboldened as far back as 2003, when Barnes & Noble.com initially exited the e-book market that September. Others began ramping up before Amazon upped the ante by purchasing Mobipocket in March 2005. And some stores have recently begun extending their reach “now that,” as Stephen Cole, founder and CEO of Australia-based eBooks.com, puts it, “we can see what’s left now that that plague of locusts that was Amazon have passed through the market.” In March Paris-based Feedbooks.com raised one million euros in its first round of venture capital funding. EBooks.com is looking for “significantly more” later this fall, Cole says.
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eBook Retailers –

eBook Retailers – | Digital Publishing | Scoop.it
In the United States there are just a few eBook retailers that make the majority of eBook sales, and most consumers tend to buy into specific platforms instead of purchasing eBooks from multiple retailers. This makes eBook distribution very easy to do, and has opened the door for distribution...
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Influencer Marketing: Go Global Or Stay Local? - Onalytica

Influencer Marketing: Go Global Or Stay Local? - Onalytica | Digital Publishing | Scoop.it
Should influencer marketing campaigns operate on a global level or on a local level? We take some real life examples to explain why certain influencer marketing campaigns are more successful on a global or local scale.
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The Future of the News Business: A Monumental Twitter Stream All in One Place | Andreessen Horowitz

The Future of the News Business: A Monumental Twitter Stream All in One Place | Andreessen Horowitz | Digital Publishing | Scoop.it
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RANKED: The Hottest Pre-IPO Adtech Startups Of 2014 - Business Insider

RANKED: The Hottest Pre-IPO Adtech Startups Of 2014 - Business Insider | Digital Publishing | Scoop.it
Robert Libetti/ Business InsiderAppNexus CEO Brian O'KelleyLast year, we began ranking pre-IPO adtech companies by size and importance. Since then, the adt
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Predictions For Book Publishing In 2014: Cutting-Room Floor Edition

Predictions For Book Publishing In 2014: Cutting-Room Floor Edition | Digital Publishing | Scoop.it
For the third year in a row, I took time in December to speak with about a dozen ebook and digital publishing influencers about the year that was and their predictions of what might happen in the ebook and digital publishing industry in 2014. After these conversations, I put all the [...]
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The e-book choice — rent, borrow, or buy? - The Boston Globe

The e-book choice — rent, borrow, or buy? - The Boston Globe | Digital Publishing | Scoop.it
Shopping for electronic books is simple. Too simple. Most of us just visit an online retailer like Amazon or Apple or Barnes & Noble, and stock up on digital literature. It’s painless, cheaper than a trip to a brick-and-mortar store, and much too limited. Compare that to the online movie business. You can buy a digital copy of the film, but you can also rent it for a day or two, or get a $7.99 monthly subscription to Netflix and stream it over the Internet whenever you like. Each option is just right for a particular sort of film buff. E-books already hold 30 percent of the US book market. But they will do even better as companies give us more ways to read them. Mobile users unable to see the video, click here.
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