Is Price the Key to the eBook Revolution?
A video short taken from a roundtable discussion hosted by UK Fast, Manchester.
I’m not sure what an eBook cost in Europe, but in the U.S. the average cost of an eBook is between $7.99 to $9.99, and that is a large savings over the cost of a physical copy. As a consumer, cost is an issue for me. I’m always looking for great deals on books, and will never pay the cover price. For me the medium is not as important as the content of the story. I have both a Kindle second edition and a Nook Color (and I think the Nook Color is far better than the Kindle device). I don’t think the physical book will ever die (I hope not anyway), but I do think it will eventually diminish, and eBooks will be the next “book.”
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