Largest Dutch e-book publisher sees sales rise by 30 percent




Largest Dutch e-book publisher sees sales rise by 30 percent

Arbeiderspers and AW Bruna Publishers, claims to be the largest publisher of e-books in the Netherlands, said that sales of e-books has increased by 30 percent. Year The publisher does not use Adobe DRM, but this is not mentioned as the main reason.

AP/AWB AP / AWB states that more than 215,000 e-books sold, an increase of over 30 percent compared to 2012. past twelve months The publisher claimed titles in 1700 as an e-book to deliver in 1400 versus paper books. Meanwhile, AP / AWB would be 12.8 per cent of its revenues from the sale of e-books. According to figures from GfK gain from the sale of digital books. Turnover of approximately 5 percent average publisher knows

The sharp rise in sales by the publisher explained by a combination of market-defining e-book action ‘and’ strong titles. Also short stories would do well on the Dutch e-book market. However, the AP / AWB does not mention replacing the restrictive Adobe DRM his titles as a possible reason for revenue growth, the editor now uses the use of watermarks. This “social DRM system” makes it possible among other things to read, purchased epub files on virtually any suitable device, but the e-books identifiable information from the buyer have been processed.


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