Charming readers â€“ by juggling with numbers. Invitation to a wild ride for publishers.
May 29, 2018 by ruediger
I peak over the shoulder of a well experienced trade publisher â€“ she, or he, may work in a mid-sized imprint of a major group, or in some independent or even a boutique house -, with a few screens at the desk, a pile of recent charts and market reports to the left, and a […]
Not one prediction about ebooks has been correct so far. Why? A summer rant.
July 20, 2015 by ruediger
Let’s face the simple truth: Not one prediction about ebooks (as far as I know) has been correct so far: No, ebooks will NOT go away any time soon. But no, again, they will not replace printed books, not even mass paperbacks, within a decade or so. Thus far, ebooks have strongly impacted only on […]
Kindle Unlimited is not just another subscription offer, but yet another key component in Amazons 2 central strategic lines of action: First of all, to organize access to the world’s largest catalogue for reading (and making $$$ as a collateral benefit – which will never bring significant income for anyone else but the by far […]