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BookNet Canada builds technology solutions that make it easier for Canadians to promote and sell books. Follow us for book industry news and BNC updates.
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Sure, that potential author has a big audience but does that mean they'll be a good book marketer?
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BiblioShare is looking for your excerpts, tables of contents, and reading group guides!
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BookNet Canada May 21
Who buys cookbooks? We take a look at these home chefs in our new .
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BookNet Canada May 21
Our conference this year brought a lot of smart people onstage to talk about the state of audiobooks.
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BookNet Canada May 20
AI is pretty smart. But typos (and muffins vs. chihuahuas) can still stymie it.
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BookNet Canada May 20
There's no single story about global ebook sales. Each market is different right now.
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Sue Paré May 19
An excellent reference to keep on hand.
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BookNet Canada May 19
We took a look at LGBT books published and sold in the Canadian market.
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BookNet Canada May 19
Chatbots. It's time to learn about what might be a billion-dollar industry in less than 10 years.
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Simply Measured May 18
27% of Gen Z say that an online recommendation from someone they follow can highly influence a buying decision.
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BookNet Canada May 18
In his presentation, explains why AI & human curation are not necessarily at odds.
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eBOUND Canada May 18
Science says: Reading is good for you. We say: Neat, can we read about it? Science says: Yes
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BookNet Canada May 18
have put together a great list of resources for learning about ebook development.
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BookNet Canada May 18
Congratulations to all the Forest of Reading winners!
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BookNet Canada May 18
Amazon is starting a weekly bestseller list, Amazon Charts.
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BookNet Canada May 17
Goodreads Scan a book cover feature is good for pre-purchase research or for adding a book to your shelves.
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quillandquire May 17
Toronto's Word on the Street festival is launching a writing contest to promote new, diverse voices.
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BookNet Canada May 17
Sure, that potential author has a big audience but does that mean they'll be a good book marketer?
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BookNet Canada May 17
BiblioShare is looking for your excerpts, tables of contents, and reading group guides!
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Rebecca Jones May 16
: profile of who buys them; for this is a profile of who them
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