Google Books Topic of Recent Digital Marketer Blog Post

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The latest blog post from said that Google Books may have come to the digital publishing world too late.

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According to a recent Digital Marketer blog post, the lawsuits preventing the beginning of Google Books are finally over, based on news reported by the Los Angeles Times and other major news sources in early October.

The blogger, Josh Loposer, is also the Digital Marketer Managing Editor, and he wrote that while under good intentions, Google is a little late to the game. While Google got tied up in copyright courts, Loposer said other companies capitalized.

“In the meantime, Amazon and the Kindle platform have become a dominant force in the publishing industry… and ePub is threatening to take even more leverage out of the hands of the very publishers who brought the legal challenges in 2004 to stop those greedy folks at Google from damaging their industry,” said Loposer.

The blog post said it was “sad and ridiculous that traditional publishers were so hostile to digital publishing — an attitude that may be their undoing.”

“As things stand now,” Loposer wrote, “the traditional publishing industry is probably wishing they’d worked with Google and embraced the technology that is now making them work overtime to scrape by and survive.”

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