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Submitted by chris on Thursday, 04/19/07No Comment
  • Are Widgets Traffic Magnets?
    (tags: Books Publishing Marketing)
  • Mediaweek on Web-Only Titles
    All of this sort of begs the question: when is success determined the brand and when is it determined by the format?
    (tags: Books Publishing Marketing)
  • W(h)ither The Book?
    While it’s true that the web is transforming the publishing industry by making information easily searchable, accessible from anywhere, and “micro-chunkable,” what the web is doing to publishers above all is disintermediating them
    (tags: Books Publishing Marketing)
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  • The Edge Is Not About Content
    (tags: Publishing web2.0 socialmedia)

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