Tag Archives: RosettaBooks

No, I Will Not Pay $295 For This Kindle Analyst

He just isn’t funny enough.  Though, good to know that nobody else bothered refuting what this jackass said a few days ago, implying a certain lack of interest. But, here we go, via the SAI Insider, another from the Henry … Continue reading

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Reports of Kindle Ebooks Outselling Sony 10-1 Are Unfair!

to Amazon. See, the quote is from Arthur Klebanoff, of RosettaBooks, who ironically enough when Kindle first launched thought he wasn’t getting any kind of sales from Amazon’s new device–that Sony was pre-eminent.  Heh.  This was back in the early … Continue reading

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Munsey’s Gets Results!

From an email received yesterday: Hello from Amazon Digital Text, We are glad to hear that your eBooks are becoming listed on the Kindle site. In regards to payments, Mobipocket pays separate from Amazon. On our Amazon side, we are … Continue reading

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The Real Victim of Kindle/Mobi Mixups

I don’t want to downplay the importance of treating Mobipocket publishers as second-class citizens in the Amazon universe.  It’s not cool. Payment is now late for any e-publisher who did get their forms filled out last October and did have … Continue reading

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They Didn’t Handle Booksurge Integration Well Either

Amazon’s answer for Mobipocket-data requests (secured forum): Some content is available as Kindle Editions in the Amazon catalog that wasn’t uploaded through DTP. These titles are usually provided through other publisher channels, such as Mobipocket. If you are the rights … Continue reading

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Someone’s in for a Happy Surprise

OK, I’m tracking 5-10k ebooks sold per day via Amazon’s Kindle store. Steven Levy says he’s hearing something similar from the big guys. But Arthur Klebanoff of RosettaBooks isn’t seeing it, he thinks Sony’s still leading. Via Aaron’s SalesRankExpress, it … Continue reading

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