Please welcome Jamie Ferrin as our newest BookNet research intern! She is here to introduce herself as she gets ready to do some serious spreadsheet magicks.
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In this week’s talk from Tech Forum 2015, Kobo’s Nathan Maharaj dives into all that data our ereaders have been gathering on our reading habits, and offers some insight into how price points affect reader engagement.
Onto week two in our Tech Forum podcast series! In this episode, we have Mary Alice Elcock from BitLit, who spoke about the hybrid reader and ebook bundling.
To kick off our blog series on improving your ONIX 3.0 data, Tom Richardson explores Collections, including how it works, why it matters, and how to know if you’ve screwed up.
If you work with book metadata, make sure to read this post and help make the world a better place for data traders.
Each spring when we hold Tech Forum, we have some great speakers come out to talk about the latest in book publishing, data, retail, and technology, so we thought we’d share some of those talks in podcast form. A series of Tech Forum talks will be available right here on the blog throughout the summer, or you can subscribe on your podcast app of choice by searching for BookNet Canada. Our first episode features our 2015 keynote Kevin Ashton with his talk, “How to survive the Ebookalypse.”
BookNetter Lauren Stewart survived BEA and is here to report back on startups to look out for, the buzziest books of the show, and how BookCon is affecting booksellers.