There are almost 116 cell phones subscribed for every 100 people in Brazil, now the world's 6th largest GDP.
Carson City, Nevada (PRWEB) November 09, 2012
Free-eBook.net, released back in September of last year, a Spanish version of its website which outperformed all expectations and quickly became the fastest furrowing Spanish eBook website. It took the records way beyond the grasp by surpassing the number of half a million monthly unique visitors, over 300,000 members, and it is still growing at a firm pace of nearly 1,000 new members daily. With these ground breaking stats and fast spreading thirst for eBooks in the international market, the company has now launched a Portuguese version of the website: http://portugues.free-ebooks.net/
One of the main reasons behind the launch of the Portuguese version is the rapidly growing economy of Brazil; the largest E-commerce in the Latin America. Brazil is also the 6th largest GDP (ahead of the UK).
Apart from this, there additional factors which assure the success of this website. The online population of Brazil is larger than the total population of the Spain, France or UK, which makes more people looking for information on the internet in the form of eBooks.
The growth of E-commerce in Brazil has been off the charts in the last two years with the average growth of 32.5%, and it is expected to grow up to 26% at the end of this year. According to Brazil’s Telecommunication National Agency (Anatel), there are almost 116 cell phones subscribed for every 100 people in Brazil. Although there is a very low percentage of smartphone users in this number and the usage of phones to access the web is still in its star. The total online traffic generated from cell phones and tablets only account for 1.5% of all the web traffic in the country. Moreover the total proportions of the purchases made from cell phone is strikingly low, that is less than even 1% of the total sales made online.
But all these statistics are about to change, as the people of Brazil are not far behind in adapting the main stream trends of this global village. It is estimated that in near future the online population of this country is going to position Brazil as one of the top countries with most internet users. (Source:http://www.newmediatrendwatch.com/markets-by-country/11-long-haul/42-brazil)
This anticipated increase in online users will increase the demand of free, authentic and well followed information available on the net. This thirst of Brazilians will be quenched by the Portuguese version of the website (http://portugues.free-ebooks.net/). With a wide range of its libraries in Portuguese, there is all the information one might be looking for.
As quoted by Nicolas Gremion, CEO of Paradise Publishers Inc, the websites' parent company:
“From our company's inception, we've always been ahead of the curve, establishing ourselves before the competition. This has been one of our greatest advantages and as such we're tremendously excited to once again be pioneers in a promising marketplace”
Paradise Publishers Inc. is a U.S.-based, global, online publisher. It created the interactive, social publishing site at http://www.Foboko.com to help anybody become an author and easily publish, promote and profit from their own eBooks. It also distributes digital eBooks at no cost via http://www.free-ebooks.net/. And it's Spanish counterpart http://espanol.free-ebooks.net/