Codex Group

Surprise! Most consumers buy e-books from a single retailer

By Chris Meadows
January 22, 2014 // 15 Comments

At Digital Book World, book industry research firm Codex Group has some news for you that will completely shock and surprise you: in a survey of just over 2,000 people who buy e-books, 86% buy them from only one retailer. Those who buy books from Amazon tend to keep buying them from Amazon, etc. [...]

Weekend Roundup: Digital publishing news you may have missed

By Dan Eldridge
May 4, 2013 // 0 Comments

OverDrive and Sourcebooks to Launch Ambitious E-Book Data Experiment (Library Journal) Goodreads Alternative Riffle Goes Live (Publishers Weekly) How much does a Pulitzer affect books sales? (Melville House) Codex Group: Ebooks to Level Off at 30% of Publishing Revenues, With Caveats (DBW) Kindle [...]

Would the death of Barnes & Noble also kill book discovery?

By Juli Monroe, TeleRead
January 31, 2013 // 15 Comments

Digital Book World posted an excellent article today about the Barnes & Noble elephant in the room at DBW 2013. The big takeaway from this article was this statistic: “According to the most recent Codex survey, online selling accounts for 61 percent of book sales, but only 7 percent of [...]

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