eBooks vs. Print Books – The Continuing Debate

THIS POST IS FOR WRITERS and READERS:

The debate over whether eBooks will eventually dominate the market, relegating print books to a niche market serving primarily hardcore bibliophiles, and perhaps parents to read with their kids, is settled in my mind. I no longer believe it’s a question of if it will happen, merely when.

The “Star-Trekification” of America, and the world, is well underway. There’s no turning back from technology; it pushes or pulls us, depending on our stance.

However, the full industry transition is by no means complete, as the infographic below shows. This was produced by Greg Vang of Coupon Audit, and it contains some interesting snippets of data. Enjoy.


Are E-Books Better Than Hardcover Books: Comparison

This Infographic is produced by Coupon Audit and Lane Diamond.


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One response to “eBooks vs. Print Books – The Continuing Debate

  1. I loved the the survey done on the topic, thanks for the information! Great job!

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