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Old 12-10-2012, 09:14 AM   #1
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Differentiating eBooks

In the printed world we are used to different versions of a book, with different values. Hardbacks being the expensive one, and even they may come in deluxe and more mundane editions, you have mass paperback and trade paperback. I suppose they have evolved over time so publishers can optimize their returns, and nothing wrong with that.

Can you see a similar development taking place within eBooks? Is it possible to create a more differentiated market?
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