We've compiled six fantastic podcasts that are all about the business of books. Ebooks, sales trends, book marketing, and tonnes of other book publishing-related topics are covered across the hundreds of episodes in these podcasts.
Amazon's European stores are adopting the Thema subject classification system and publishing an internal "browse by subject" tree to show how they use the subject classifications.
Some exciting developments here at BookNet HQ. We're creating a repository of excerpts, tables of contents, and reading group guides in BiblioShare!
In the fourth instalment of our Deep Dive series we've whipped up some stats on the Cookbook buyer. We want to help you identify who these buyers are, what their habits are, online and off, and where they're buying their books.
Want to know how many stores participated in Authors for Indies Day 2017, how many authors volunteered their time, and how far the #AFI2017 hashtag spread? Look no further than our infographic. We've got all those answers... and more!
There has lately been a huge surge in demand for audiobooks. In this podcast, a panel of industry pros talk about the audiobook landscape, from current trends to future opportunities.
Tech Forum and ebookcraft are over for another year. Now that the dust has settled, we've finished editing and uploading the videos. Now you can watch them all!
This April 29 is Authors for Indies, a day to head out to local indie bookstores for some fantastic fun. But how should you prepare? We'll get you ready to conquer Authors for Indies this year!
For one day only, you have the opportunity to see your favourite authors in-store and in-person at your local independent bookseller on Authors for Indies Day!
The number of LGBT books in the Canadian marketplace tells an interesting and important story. Sales are up while the number of LGBT titles are down.