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When Bad Ebook Metadata Is Good...or Not

Posted at 7:00AM Wednesday 18 Jun 2014

Imagine hundreds or even thousands of crazed readers can't wait for an ebook title to be available for sale. And when it finally is, they go to Amazon and other retailers to buy it. But they buy the wrong ebook instead.

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