Reference Book Market Shrinking Quietly While Definition Changes
- APPENDIX V: Recommended Reference Library. // Complete Guide to Affiliate Marketing on the Web: How to Use & P;2009, p355
A variety of recommended reference books that relate to the book "The Complete Guide to Affiliate Marketing on the Web: How to Use & Profit From Affiliate Marketing Programs" are presented.
- What's the best book you've read on marketing or media? // Advertising Age;2/23/2009, Vol. 80 Issue 7, p2
The article asks readers to compile an ultimate reading list for people who work in or are interested in the marketing and media industries. Readers should submit the title and authors of books that they think that everyone else in the business should have read or that they reference often in...
- Parent's Choice lists top reference books. // Reading Today;Jun/Jul97, Vol. 14 Issue 6, p19
Lists top reference books as listed by `Parent's Choice' magazine. Includes `Scholastic Children's Dictionary;' `Incredible Comparisons,' by Russel Ash; `The Asian American Almanac' edited by Irene Natividad and Susan B. Gall.
- LJ: CHECKLIST. // LJ: Library Journal;4/15/1976, Vol. 101 Issue 8, p989
Presents a checklist of reference books on various topics in the United States. Book preservation study; Manpower study; Bicentennial botany; Books on railroads; Health materials.
- About the Survey. Fitzgerald, Carol // Publishers Weekly;10/26/2009, Vol. 256 Issue 43, p22
The article offers information on Teenreads.com's "2009 Reader Survey," which was conducted between July 2 August 31. 4,073 respondents were able to complete the 77-question survey. Books were offered as rewards to respondents for completing the survey and submitting their contact information....
- BOOK REPORT. Onderko, Patty // Parenting Early Years;Mar2010, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p67
The article offers ways to make reading fun for the family.
- Time to Change. Kornbluth, Jesse // Publishers Weekly;11/23/2009, Vol. 256 Issue 47, p62
The author discusses his views on the changes that book publishers should consider to save the industry. He believes that marketing is as important as producing better books. However, he thinks that publishers are overdoing things when it comes to online marketing. He adds that limiting...
- What Types of Pages Do You Need?--Part 3 Stacking the Deck. Render, Angela // Writers' Journal;Mar/Apr2008, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p10
The article offers tips on how to maximize the effectiveness of a Web site as a marketing tool in selling books. According to the author, the Web site's home page should contain information about the author, as well as the contact number. The site should include useful things including a method...
- Reference Books Roundup '90. Weigel, Jim // School Library Journal;May90, Vol. 36 Issue 5, p21
Discusses the list of roughly three dozen titles that the "School Library Journal" Reference Books Committee feel are worthy of consideration for inclusion in school library media centers and public libraries. Lack of good reference books for children; Pressing need for high-quality reference...