Webcast: What Are Ebook Readers Reading?

On Wednesday, April 30, Digital Book World teams up with editors from
The Huffington Post, Book Riot and BuzzFeed to find out.

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Join us at 12:00pm EST / 9:00pm PT / 5:00pm GMT for a webcast exploring what kinds of content today’s ebook readers are most excited about and why.

The proliferation of e-reading, book digitization and self-publishing have all helped put more books at readers’ fingertips than ever before.

But what are they actually reading?

Together, Digital Book World and Huffington Post Books are setting out to answer that question.

Using data from DBW’s long-running Ebook Best-Seller List and insights from the Web’s top destinations for readers, we’ll give authors, agents, readers and publishers an inside look at what’s trending in the ebook market now and what’s driving it.


Attendees Will Learn:
– Insights on readers’ interests, habits and behaviors online
– Top trend in genres, themes, subject matter, and more
– How to deliver content readers right now want
– Techniques for fostering community and conversation in
the ebook market
Who Should Attend:
– Publishers and acquiring editors
– Marketing managers and publicists
– Authors
– Agents
– Ebook readers



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Maddie Crum, Books Editor, The Huffington Post



Rebecca Schinsky, Senior Editor and Director of Content
and Community, Book Riot



Isaac Fitzgerald, Books Editor, BuzzFeed



Moderator: Jeremy Greenfield, Editorial Director, Digital Book World


Register now!

2 thoughts on “Webcast: What Are Ebook Readers Reading?

  1. Warbird Books

    Alas, they’re not reading my books. It was of course always true that genre fiction would outsell serious non-fiction, but it seems to me to be even truer in the digital world. Even my state library consortium for e-books skews very heavily toward chick lit and soft porn.



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