From Greece, Norway, Iceland, and the UK, the DBW 2017 Fellows speak about their successes, their challenges, and why they’re traveling to the conference.
This year’s Digital Book World seems to be off to a start led by inquiry, guidance, and a pressing question: what’s next?
On the first day of Digital Book World, the children’s market focused on gains and print loyalty, and workshops explored the digital development of sales and audience.
A few key take-aways from DBW 2014: teens aren’t reading for fun, ebook sales grow overseas, Wall Street discounts publishing and Amazon is like modern art.
Looking back on this week’s Digital Book World conference, we distill the event into three key ideas: price innovation, discoverability and authenticity.
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Porter Anderson’s weekly column previews this week’s Digital Book World Conference, asks whether publishers keep their shirts on, and much more.
Digital Book World has built a proprietary E-Book Best Seller-List, powered exclusively by Iobyte Solutions, that is divided into price categories.
By Erin L. Cox The second annual Digital Book World has set its dates for January 24-26, 2011 in New York City at The Sheraton Hotel & Towers. This year’s conference brings programming that will offer actionable strategies for success in the digital age for all areas of publishing–editorial, marketing, business development, digital, designers, production, and sales. From new research …
By Edward Nawotka “E-books should be like television,” said literary agent Larry Kirshbaum, founder of LJK Literary Management, at the first annual Digital Book World conference held in New York this past Tuesday and Wednesday. The former publisher-turned-agent offered a vision of e-books that resembles the way a television works, where you can turn on a Nokia device in Finland, …