At FutureBook 2012 last week we heard how data was driving the publishing business forward, particularly consumer data that could help inform publishing decisions or pricing models around particular titles ...
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This infographic from Silverpop takes a look at the major players in social media – including those lucky enough to find themselves in the 100+ million user club – and provides some key statistics and growth data for twenty different channels.
The author platform isn’t what it used to be. A new definition is emerging, based on the reality that in the 21st century, readers don’t depend on the Today Show or the feature pages of the New York Times to find a new book to read.
A year ago, Google began going dark. Dark in terms of no longer sharing with publishers, in some cases, how people searched for and found those publishers through Google’s search engine. A profound effect on how to market ebooks outside of the silos
The GuardianPublishers Are Still Missing the Boat on E-book PricesBusinessWeekA senior vice-president at Hachette Digital, a unit of one of the world's largest publishing companies, tells the Journal she believes that “there has been a change in...
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