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March 31, 2015

Revenues from e-book sales in US to reach 8.69billion USD,growing over 50%

ebook revenues in US since 2010 to 2018

Revenue from e-book sales in the United States from 2008 to 2018 


Revenue from ebooks in US is set to grow to  almost 9billion USD by 2018 ,, a projected growth of  52%  as compared to 2014 ebook revenue of 5.69billion USD. Ebook Revenue in Unites States in 2015 is expected to total 6.74billion USD a growth of  18%.. ebook sales revenue in US has grown 8 times since 2010 onwards

May 28, 2014

Newspaper Reading in US Per Capita : 2008 Onwards

Statistic: Daily time spent reading newspapers per capita in the United States in 2008, 2013 and 2018 (in minutes) | Statista
source : Statista/Suhler Stevenson; Borrell Associates

 The statistic above presents data on the daily time spent reading newspapers per capita in the United States in 2008. It also offers an estimate for 2013 and a forecast for 2018. An average U.S. consumer spent 31.4 minutes daily reading newspapers in 2008..

The Biggest Geographical Area with highest ebook Consumption



The global e-book revenue from 2009 to 2016, broken down by region. In 2010, e-book revenue in North America amounted to 1.2 billion U.S. dollars.


Source PwC Survey by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) .

eBook Trends and revenue : UK vs US

Statistic: Global e-book revenue from 2009 to 2016*, by region (in million U.S. dollars) | Statista


data via Statista

In August 2012, British Newspapers reported that for every 100 books bought in Great Britain from book stores there were 114 kindle ebooks purchased from online retailer Amazon . So will the paperback hardbound books meet the same fate as “ UK and US Newspapers 5 years ago ? does it seem to be the end of “ a generation of users feed on a diet of “ paperback pulp fictions that entertained book readers for the last 3 decades ”?.. There no definite answers as yet as “ book sales figures in UK is hard to come buy ..but whatever we can make from existing data .. here are some facts Using trends

In UK  from about 250 publishers, the association hs pegged the value of “ virtual books”bought by consumers in UK at pounds 92million in 2011.Meanwhile in the US While Book sales Sales at Physical stores made up 65% of their revenue, and digital formats made up 29%. Bookstats survey data suggests that in US “ physical stores still makes up the biggest part of the pie

January 9, 2012