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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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BookNet Canada 45m
Replying to @eBOUNDCanada @CNN
And work on becoming a teenager again... reverse Tom Hanks in Big.
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eBOUND Canada 56m
Missed to put the finishing touches on that report//spreadsheet? Consider it training
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BookNet Canada 53m
Replying to @eBOUNDCanada @CNN
Wow. Who knew?
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BookNet Canada 2h
Replying to @danwagstaff
I mean, we're probably not going to add that slogan to the website.
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BookNet Canada 2h
Replying to @danwagstaff
Sometimes you shouldn't meet your heroes. Sometimes you shouldn't look up sales numbers for books you hold dear...
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BookNet Canada 3h
We came, we saw, we sustained no eye damage. Successful at the offices.
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BookNet Canada 4h
Replying to @ljndawson
It's a slippery slope.
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BookNet Canada 4h
Consumers increasingly want things now. "What's open now" and "same day shipping" searches are on the rise.
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The FOLD 6h
Fascinating stats on how people find books here - authors, book lovers and publishers should use this to strategize.
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BookNet Canada 6h
Replying to @TheFOLD_
Same. It made our hearts grow 38%.
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BookNet Canada 6h
The best fool-proof way to protect your eyes during a solar eclipse: keep them inside & glued to your book.
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BookNet Canada 8h
The reading habits of Canadians.
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BookNet Canada 8h
Replying to @aaannavasss
Maybe you'll be in that group next year! :)
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BookNet Canada 22h
38% of Canadian readers said the number of books they read had increased over the previous year!
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BookNet Canada Aug 20
The most iconic books set in 150 countries around the world. Which book would you have chosen for Canada?
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BookNet Canada Aug 20
Merriam-Webster's new etymology tool is so cool. via
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BookNet Canada Aug 20
Kids seem to learn more from realistic stories about humans than fantastical ones featuring animals.
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BookNet Canada Aug 19
How do Canadians spend their free time? We asked them.
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BookNet Canada Aug 19
The periodic table of literary villains:
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BookNet Canada Aug 19
Canadians are reading more homegrown books.
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