Amazon has introduced a new marketing feature for brands and companies who want to highlight their products on the online retailer’s website: Amazon Pages. Could this be a new opportunity for publishers to brand themselves?
Posts and opinion from Hannah Johnson
Amazon and Barnes & Noble are on a mission to drop ‘the’ and other articles from references to their Kindle and Nook platforms and devices. Really?
By Hannah Johnson ESSENTIAL READING: The future of the book by Mike Hendrickson In the wake of the opportunities and challenges discussed at the Tools […]
By Hannah Johnson As some of you may have noticed, our server went down today because we had too much traffic. As @babetteross said, “Well […]
By Hannah Johnson Simba Information estimates that 35% of iPad owners don’t use their iPads for reading e-books. In a press release, Michael Norris, senior […]
By Hannah Johnson Last week, we wrote about an article in the Wall Street Journal in which Ron Adner and William Vincent argued fthat advertising […]
By Hannah Johnson Over at the Three Percent blog, Chad Post of Open Letter Books (and next week’s guest editor on Publishing Perspectives) wrote a […]
By Hannah Johnson Last night, the line stretched around the corner outside the Apple store in on Prince Street in New York City. This morning […]