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Is an “À la carte” E-Book Subscription Model Viable for Trade Publishers?

A subscription model that offers readers access to books a chapter at a time has potential to generate equivalent revenue and convert browsers into buyers. […]

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Could E-book Rentals Ever Be Viable for Trade Publishers?

By Edward Nawotka Today’s feature story looks at some of the consumer driven e-book models being implemented by text book publishers. One of those is […]

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E-Book Lending: Boon or Bane to Publishers?

Editorial by Chip O’Brien, BookSwim.com “The reality is that the biggest threat to book-writers and publishers is that their works are simply invisible to people […]

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Is Monetizing the Used E-book Market the Next Big Opportunity?

By Edward Nawotka A little more than ten years ago a furor arose in the book world when Amazon.com announced that it planned to sell […]

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Bookswim.com’s Top 20 Rentals

US Book rental service Bookswim.com offers their Top 20 rentals for the week… #1 – Safe Haven #2 – Wicked Appetite #3 – Freedom: A […]

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