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.
Looking back on this week’s Digital Book World conference, we distill the event into three key ideas: price innovation, discoverability and authenticity.
Three CEOs at this year’s Digital Book World conference spoke about how they are reaching out directly to consumers and what they can do better.
Forrester Research and DBW presented the findings of their Executive Publishing Survey on ebooks, devices and digital publishing predictions for 2013.
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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.
Book discovery about connecting with people, not technology, noted several speakers Digital Book World Discoverability & Marketing Conference earlier this week.
Digital Book World has built a proprietary E-Book Best Seller-List, powered exclusively by Iobyte Solutions, that is divided into price categories.
At Digital Book World, a session on digital children’s publishing tried to answer the questions: How many of the old rules still apply? What are the new rules?
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