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Old 02-17-2013, 11:59 AM   #155
JSWolf
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Originally Posted by HarryT View Post
I must respectfully disagree. Amazon dominates the English-language eBook market; many authors report over 90% of their sales occur at Amazon. There are certainly a lot of different ePub devices, but their actual market share, combined, is less than that of Amazon. Given the self-destruction of B&N (Amazon's only serious rival in the US market), I can see nothing but an increase of market share for Amazon in the foreseeable
future.
ePub dominates the world. You do leave out a lot of the reading population of the world when you say these thinngs in order to support your position. Take the world into account and ePub beats Kindle.
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