Your Mobile Phone might be driving Future Books Sales

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“,,,tablet reading has declined recently to 41% in the first quarter this year from 44% in 2014.”
and
“The number of people who read primarily on phones has risen to 14% in the first quarter of 2015 from 9% in 2012.”
“The rise of phone reading is pushing publishers to rethink the way books are designed, marketed and sold with smaller screens in mind. It’s also prompting concern about whether deep, concentrated thinking is possible amid the ringing, buzzing and alerts that come with phones.”
Read the whole article from the Wall Street Journal here.
 

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