DCL/2014 Digital Publishing Survey Results

DCL and Bowker 2014 Digital Publishing Survey: Infographic

Survey Results

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As the demand increases for materials of all types to be available on mobile devices, publishers, authors and documentation managers are challenged with providing a quality eBook experience while managing costs and standards. Your participation in this survey has proved invaluable to us as we continue to provide the highest level of service and educational support in the industry while meeting your growing demands. We thank you for your feedback!



2014 Digital Publishing Survey


I am a:


Have you published your book(s) digitally in the past?; Do you plan to publish digitally in 2014?


If so, what kind of eBook(s) do you plan to publish?


How have you previously distributed your books?


What eReader(s) do you plan to convert for/have you previously converted for?


What formats do you plan to convert to/have you converted to?


What aspect of digital conversion are you most concerned about?


How important do you think editing and copyediting are for eBooks?


How would you rate the quality of most eBooks that you have read?; In your opinion, does quality affect eBook sales?


How are you most likely to ensure your content is error-free?


How are you most likely to convert your content?