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U.S. eBook sales up 23.6%

U.S. 2007 wholesale e-book sales: $31.7M, or 23.6 percent over 2006—but should they have been still higher?
Interesting. Read the whole post at TeleRead.
No library, educational or professional electronic sales are included and the retail figure might actually be in the $60 million range. All in, retail sales might be well past $80 million.
It’s still not huge and doesn’t come close to a single Harry Potter, growth is bigger with small numbers, but things have to start somewhere. I am seeing quite a few Kindles and Readers at the airport.

Posted on: February 18, 2008, 12:40 pm Category: Uncategorized

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