Real life got in the way of the blog last month, so to get back on track this October I’m kicking off with some global snippets to get you back in the internationalist mood.
With the first half of this decade to be history in just a few short months there’s never been a better time to embrace the global markets.
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The global publishing market is now worth $100 billion, says Jim Bryant as he opens a Bob Dylan-esque post over at Publishing Perspectives about how the global publishing market is reshaping up.
Four key quotes from Jim Bryant’s post (LINK).
“If the digital revolution has had one consequence, it means you need to make your books easily available and discoverable everywhere, always…”
“The transition from local to global is highlighted by the fact that English, Chinese, Spanish and German language eBooks are now…
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