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Old 02-18-2013, 01:38 AM   #158
HarryT
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Originally Posted by JSWolf View Post
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.
Let's look at this logically, Jon.

1. Amazon has the majority share of the eBook market in both the US and UK.
2. The US and UK markets, combined, constitute around 85-90% of world-wide eBook sales.

Those are indisputable facts. It's therefore nonsense to say the ePub sales "dominate" world-wide. "Dominate" means something like "massively out-sells all its rivals", yes? Can you explain how ePub can "dominate" when at best it could out-perform Amazon in something like 10-15% of the market?

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