The Rise Of Ereading: Are Books Going To Become An Endangered Species? (Infographic)

43% of Americans 16 and over read an ebook or other long-form digital content in 2011. This includes magazines, journals, news articles, etc. in digital format on not only e-readers but also tablets and cell phones. In America, ownership of e-book readers (only e-readers, not including tablets, etc.) nearly doubled in just one month. But ti hasn’t become America’s #1 choice yet. 29% of American adults own a personal e-book device (tablet, reader, etc.). And only 21% of American adults (in 2012) had read an e-book in the past year. Printed books are still #1 for now, because 72% of American adults read a printed book in 2011.

The Rise of eReading: Are Books Going to Become an Endangered Species?
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About Joseph C. Kunz, Jr.

Author, educator, business owner, husband, and father of twins. Kunz writes to help others learn how to write and publish non-fiction – so that they can grow an audience of people who know, like, and trust them – which can help them achieve more success and profit from their hard-earned skills, knowledge, and experience. Kunz is the founder of Dickson Keanaghan, LLC, a medical training and publishing company near New York City.
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