Filed by February 27, 2013on
Goodreads has posted the results of a user survey that touches on many topics that will likely be of interest to many of you. The results were first shared by Otis Chandler, CEO of Goodreads at the Tools of Change conference a couple of weeks ago. The slide presentation (embedded below) was made available earlier this week.
From a summary blog post:
Goodreads surveyed members and asked them what convinced them to read the two of the most popular Goodreads titles from 2012.
- On Discovery, Ebooks, and More: Results of a Goodreads Members Survey (infodocket.com)
- Goodreads Survey Shows 86% of Tablet Owners Read on Them, 32% Don’t Read Anywhere Else (the-digital-reader.com)
- Goodreads’ CEO Otis Chandler Presents Data on Book Discovery (goodereader.com)
- The importance of asking for reviews (womanontheedgeofreality.com)
- A New Resource That ‘Sounds’ Amazing: “World’s Largest Natural Sound Archive Now Fully Digital and Online” | LJ INFOdocket (infodocket.com)
- Here’s the problem with book publishers’ discovery problem [GigaOM] (paidcontent.org)
- Slice Bookshelf Provides a New Perspective on Book Discovery (goodereader.com)
- What’s Going On With Readers Today (slideshare.net)
- Year in Review: Top Articles of 2012 (Plus a Free Ebook) | LJ Insider (lj.libraryjournal.com)
- Slice Bookshelf Launches in Beta to Provide a New Perspective on Book Discovery (goodereader.com)
Reblogged this on Jamie Prince and commented:
Big fan of good reads.