People Still Prefer Printed Books Over E-books

The Book is Not Dead2

“With the introduction of E-readers from companies such as Kindle and Kobo, one might think that the hard copies of books might die soon. Well that is not the case according to this infographic released by License Direct. The graphic does display the immense growth of E-books in the last couple of years, but the rate at which they grew in 2010 and 2011 has slowed down considerably in 2013.”

Nearly 70% of consumers say it is unlikely they will give up print by 2016! To see how well print is thriving view the full article by clicking the link below:

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