The most popular traditional printed books will ev

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Traditional printed books will eventually become popular when they move closer to e-books.

from 2010 and the recent series, we can feel the development direction of printing

2010 was the first author in the world who simultaneously displayed the maximum impact value and sold 1million e-books. His name was stigleason, a Swedish writer. He began to write a millennium series of novels in 2001. This is a series of novels about a series of crime stories woven by a girl with a special background and an insider magazine boss whose overall innovation strength is not strong. In 2008, Amazon launched the Kindle e-reader, and the Millennium Series naturally has an electronic version. By 2010, the Millennium Series had sold 1million e-books, and Larson became the first popular e-book writer

another writer, boydmorrison, was an American. He gave up his job a few years ago and began to write books. He wrote three novels in a row, but no publishing house was willing to publish them until he put the books in Amazon online bookstore () to sell e-books. Unexpectedly, his "Ark holocaust" ranked first in the best seller list for several months. By 2010, it had sold copyrights in 20 countries. Morrison became the first example of a best-selling writer who did not need a publishing house

Japanese publishing circles are very worried about e-books, especially the impact of Apple's iPad on e-books. They compare iPad to the black boat incident in Japanese history. In 1853, Brigadier General matthewperry of the US Navy led the fleet into the Tokyo Bay to open the door of the Tokugawa shogunate, which was a historical event for Japan to open foreign trade. Because the iPad comes from the United States, it may also change the rules of the Japanese publishing industry. Therefore, Japan compares the iPad to the black boat incident in the publishing industry in the 21st century

the Japanese publishing industry has always had a very rigorous business structure. Take a Book of 1000 yen as an example. You can buy a Book of 1000 yen in Tokyo and 1000 yen in Hokkaido or Fukuoka. How to divide the 1000 yen? Among them, 630 yen was given to the publishing house, 220 yen to the dealers, 80 yen to the retail stores, and the author was given 70 yen (that is, 7% of the royalties). Such a profit distribution structure has been at peace since ancient times, and no author can change it. But today, if the best-selling author sells his book to Amazon online bookstore or apple music store iTunes, the author will get 70% of the share for each book sold

as a result, the panic of the Japanese publishing industry is not unreasonable. The best-selling writers have sold their books since they formed a new "catalogue of industries encouraging foreign investment", and the rest may not be best-selling writers have printed their books in the publishing house, which makes it difficult for the publishing house to sleep and eat. Seamless steel pipes with wall thickness less than 1.2mm

publishing houses are the customers of printing houses. The change of e-book publishing is the change of the printing industry. E-books grew rapidly in 2010. According to the report of the American Publishing Association, the total sales of e-books in 2010 was US $442million, accounting for 8% of the total value of U.S. publishing; By the end of 2010, Amazon online bookstore had sold 8million Kindle e-book readers and hundreds of millions of e-books; The most important thing is that the Kindle user community has accumulated 8million Kindle users, who discuss which book is good on the Internet every day

according to China's data, more than 100million people read online in 2010. According to other media reports, in the second half of 2010, with the hot sale of iPad, the download volume of domestic e-magazines increased at an average rate of 50% every month

in 2010, the famous Wired magazine in the United States first published the iPad version of the magazine, and sold 100000 copies in the first month

in february2011, the first paper-free newspaper appeared in the United States, namely thedaily, an iPad newspaper co founded by Murdoch, chairman of the group, and Steve Jobs of apple

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