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Is Online Book Discovery Broken? Here’s How to Fix It

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Laura Hazard Owen sums up the problem with book discovery like this: It doesn’t really work. She offers several solutions gleaned from Digital Book World 2013.

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Publishers Lunch Opens “Bookateria” Book Discovery Site with Random House

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Bookateria, a new book discovery and sales site, features titles that are being discussed, reviewed and recommended by those in the industry and the media.

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Ether for Authors: Listening to the Industry

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This week Porter Anderson offers excerpts from The Bookseller’s Digital Census, takes on Guy Kawasaki’s artisanal publishing and offers much more dish for authors.

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SURVEY: How Do You Find New Books to Read?

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Publishers are constantly finding new ways to reach readers and market their books. As a reader, what sources to do you rely on for book recommendations? Take the survey and tell us.

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Stories Can Lead to More Stories

Small Demons CEO Valla Vakili speaks at the StoryDrive Frankfurt conference

At Frankfurt’s 2012 StoryDrive conference, Small Demons CEO and co-found Valla Vakili spoke his how references in stories can actually lead to more book discovery.

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Book Discovery Starts with Psychology, Not Technology

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Book discovery about connecting with people, not technology, noted several speakers Digital Book World Discoverability & Marketing Conference earlier this week.

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Why Book Discovery Advice is Like Weight Loss Advice

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As with dieting, which can be boiled down to “eat less, move more” a simple principle applies to book discovery: write a book people want to read.

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Should You Expose All Your Book’s Content to Search Engines?

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Craig Mod has made all the content in his book Art Space Tokyo available to search engines, arguing that this is likely to spur sales.

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Best of 2012 (So Far): Book Marketing and European Publishing

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From new book discovery strategies to e-book publishing in Germany and Denmark…the best of our coverage from the first half of 2012.

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