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"Introducing Books" at BISG's Making Information Pay 2013.

"Introducing Books" at BISG's Making Information Pay 2013.

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  • 1. Introducing BookStatsMay 15, 2013 | New York City© 2013, the Book Industry Study Group & the Association of American Publishers
  • 2. © 2013, the Book Industry Study Group and the Association of American PublishersWhy BookStats?“It is a capital mistake to theorizebefore one has data.”-Arthur Conan Doyle
  • 3. © 2013, the Book Industry Study Group and the Association of American PublishersWhy BookStats?The most comprehensive annualanalysis of publishing.
  • 4. Data SubmissionsCategory Trade School Higher Ed Professional ScholarlySales Tier Large: > $100M Medium: $5 M– $100 Small: $500K – $5M Very Small: < $500K© 2013, the Book Industry Study Group and the Association of American Publishers
  • 5. Data SubmissionsMinimum submissions for statisticalvalidity exceededData submission deadline one monthearlier than previous years (Feb. 28)© 2013, the Book Industry Study Group and the Association of American Publishers
  • 6. © 2013, the Book Industry Study Group and the Association of American PublishersMethodologyStep 1: Collect source dataStep 2: Using all known ISBNs from activepublishers, determine publisher peer groupsStep 3: Calculate average revenue per ISBNStep 4: Determine full size of marketStep 5: Apportion breakdowns based onapportionment of source data
  • 7. Ned MayVP & Practice LeaderOutsell, Inc.© 2013, the Book Industry Study Group and the Association of American Publishers