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August 2, 2013

Readers now prefer e-books to printed paperbacks and use social media to help make purchase decisions, and Amazon.com is the overwhelming first choice for book purchases.

Portsmouth, R.I. -- Readers now prefer e-books to printed paperbacks and use social media to help make purchase decisions, and Amazon.com is the overwhelming first choice for book purchases. Results of a survey of almost 3,000 readers conducted by novelist Marie Force show that 77% of respondents read e-books and 52% read paperbacks, although multiple answers to this questions were allowed meaning some readers may use both formats.

July 19, 2010

Amazon.com said it reached a milestone, selling more e-books than hardbacks over the past three...

July 6, 2010

Borders Group has launched its first e-bookstore....

December 31, 2007

If you’ve been on Amazon.com lately, you’re probably familiar with its big marketing push...