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Discovery Start-up Jellybooks Launches Tools For Authors

Posted at 9:03AM Saturday 05 Apr 2014

Big news this week for Jellybooks, the little UK-based ebook discovery start-up. Two releases below. The first is about a new suite of author tools the company is launching. The second is about new funding the company has won to create a "Google Analytics for ebooks" that will track how readers engage with digital books.

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