Who’s buying the books, who’s coloring them, and how are they finding them? Here are a few glimpses from Nielsen’s 2015 research.
In a day of congenial panel discussions and reassuring pep talks, London Book Fair’s Quantum Conference threw an amber-warm light on tricky times for publishing.
Editing, audio, book recommendation, and metrics in scholarly book downloads — all played a role in the contest for the London Book Fair’s Quantum Innovation Award.
‘The power of the book and the importance of the author haven’t changed at all,’ the Baroness Gail Rebuck tells London Book Fair’s Quantum Conference. And she warns against a ‘civil war’ in publishing.
‘The process of writing decides what is to be written next.’ Hence, says Nick Bostrom, AI may not be an ‘existential risk’ for publishing.
Native advertising is paying off for writers of the coveted, mobile demographic at Wattpad. Ashleigh Gardner speaks at London Book Fair’s (#LBF16) Quantum Conference (#Quantum16) in April.
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