e-distribution love


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  • n. distribution by electronic means; transmission over the Internet, etc.


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e- +‎ distribution


  • There is an iPhone app, and Smith says more e-distribution may be in the cards.

    Publishers Weekly - Children's Books News

  • Now, I've got all kinds of qualms about Amazon's digital rights management policy and the potential for them to choke out the e-distribution market.

    The Morning News

  • Website Targets for 2009 year end  To increase web users by 150\%  To generate e-distribution alternative for every paper based mailout  To generate content for every in house production and creative learning project  To increase the conversion rate of visitors to bookers more stats

    Recently Uploaded Slideshows

  • When bigger profits for smaller outlay are constantly demanded (thank you WalMart for THAT business model), it is easy to look at e-pubbing and e-distribution not in terms of the potential for huge sales, but in terms of the sales being lost because the pipe-line is inherently leaky.


  • It certainly was not based on cost competition, because if it was cost-based, it would have had two rates, one for recovery of fixed costs and the second for marginal costs which in e-distribution is almost zero.

    The Precursor Blog by Scott Cleland

  • I hadn’t thought about the current predominance of the Kindle platform breaking down as other e-readers take off, requiring someone to sell e-distribution rights.

    Camelot Now


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