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Digital is Overtaking Traditional, eBooks Sales Are on the Rise in the U.S

Even books have found their place under the digital sun – new data shows the American ebook market grew substanti...

Digital is Overtaking Traditional, eBooks Sales Are on the Rise in the U.S

Even books have found their place under the digital sun – new data shows the American ebook market grew substantially in 2013, with more ebooks sold than traditional ones. According to BookStats Volume 4, U.S. consumer ebook revenue between 2012 and 2013 has stayed more or less the same, but the number of ebooks sold has risen, with online retail accounting for 35.4% of total trade revenue.

 

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BookStats believes that book publishers will soon make more money from online sales of digital and print content than from traditional retailing. Online sales in 2013 brought $7.54 billion in revenue, while traditional bookshops made $7.12 billion, according to gigaom.


 

BookStats is a partnership between the Book Industry Study Group and the Association of American Publishers. It provides a complete overview of the U.S. publishing industry, in net units sold and book sales.  


 

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