Trends in Digital and Trade Book Retailing 2013

NEW YORK, June 12, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Trends in Digital and Trade Book Retailing 2013


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Over the years, Simba has seen e-book retailing appear as a topic in its own right, and last year's Trends in Trade Book Retailing 2012 we included e-bookselling intelligence alongside the comprehensive print book data this report series is known for. Simba has upped the ante once again, and this year we present the fifth edition of our retail report series, Trends in Digital and Trade Book Retailing 2013.


If 2012 taught the publishing industry anything, it is that neither print books nor e-books can sell themselves. This study shows comprehensive, independent data on where consumers are buying print, where they are buying digital, how much they are spending—and what extent their worlds overlap.


This report allows the user to understand and better serve the 'dual-format consumer' more than ever before by compiling nationally representative consumer data on who is buying books, what they are buying and where they are buying them. The report again brings five-year trend information on bookstore, online and 'other' channels; displaying just what kind of path each segment of bookselling is traveling—and what kind of market share each may be heading for in the future. And for the first time, Simba presents exclusive data on Kindle users—and where else they shop for books might surprise you.


Using proprietary data, this report also shows two years' worth of data or more to allow users to see where e-book retailers like Amazon, Apple's iBookstore and Barnes & Noble stand among e-book consumers as well as how print book channels have fared. This data provides the comprehensive review of the state of book retailing that just isn't available anywhere else.

Methodology


Chapter 1: Introduction
Introduction


Chapter 2: Channel Trends & Demographics
Introduction
Estimated Size of the Book Market (Retail Level)
Book Consumption Trends
The Four Channels
Additional Trends and Challenges in Book Retailing
Demographic Data and the Channels
Gender
Age
Race
Region and Metro Markets
Education Level
Employment Status/Employed Adults in HH
Household Income


Marital Status
No. of People in Household
Age of Children in Household
No. of Children in Household
Type of Residence


Table 2.1: Overview of Book Purchasing Population (U.S. Adults):
Consumers Who Did/Did Not Buy a Book in Previous 12 Months
Table 2.2: Overview of Book Purchasing Population (U.S. Adults):
Format Trends
Table 2.3: Overview of Book Purchasing Population (U.S. Adults):
Buying Books as Gifts
Table 2.4: How Much Did You Spend On Print Books in 2012?
Table 2.5: Overview of Book Purchasing Population (U.S. Adults):
Customer Trends
Table 2.6: Overview of Book Purchasing Population (U.S. Adults):
Sales Channel Trends
Table 2.7: Overview of Book Purchasing Population (U.S. Adults):
The Channels Crossed Against Themselves
Table 2.8: Over the Last 12 Months Where Did You Get Your Printed Books?
(2012-2013)
Table 2.9: Where All Adults/E-Book Buyers Acquire Printed Books (2013)
Table 2.10: Overview of Book Purchasing Population (U.S. Adults):
Channel Allocations: Type of Book Purchased
Table 2.11: Overview of Book Purchasing Population (U.S. Adults):
Channel Allocation: No. of Hardcover Books Purchased
Table 2.12: Overview of Book Purchasing Population (U.S. Adults):
Channel Allocation: No. of Paperback Books Purchased
Table 2.13: Overview of Book Purchasing Population (U.S. Adults):
Channel Preferences by Gender
Table 2.14: Overview of Book Purchasing Population (U.S. Adults):
Channel Preferences by Age
Table 2.15: Overview of Book Purchasing Population (U.S. Adults):
Channel Preferences by Race
Table 2.16: Overview of Book Purchasing Population (U.S. Adults):
Channel Preferences by Region
Table 2.17: Overview of Book Purchasing Population (U.S. Adults):
Channel Preferences by Metro Markets
Table 2.18: Overview of Book Purchasing Population (U.S. Adults):
Channel Preferences by Education Level
Table 2.19: Overview of Book Purchasing Population (U.S. Adults):
Channel Preferences by Employment Status
Table 2.20: Overview of Book Purchasing Population (U.S. Adults):
Channel Preferences by Employed Adults in HH
Table 2.21: Overview of Book Purchasing Population (U.S. Adults):
Channel Preferences by Household Income30
Table 2.22: Overview of Book Purchasing Population (U.S. Adults):
Channel Preferences by Marital Status32
Table 2.23: Overview of Book Purchasing Population (U.S. Adults):
Channel Preferences by No. of People in Household
Table 2.24: Overview of Book Purchasing Population (U.S. Adults):
Channel Preferences by Age of Children in Household
Table 2.25: Overview of Book Purchasing Population (U.S. Adults):
Channel Allocation by Children/No Children in Household
Table 2.26: Overview of Book Purchasing Population (U.S. Adults):
Channel Preferences by Type of Residence

Chapter 3: Bookstore Performance and Challenges
Introduction
The Importance of Bookstores Over Other Channels
Bookstore Trends
Superstores and Small-Format Store Closings
Performance and Outlook of Key Chain Bookstores
Barnes & Noble
Books-A-Million


Operating Performances at the Big Two Chains
Independent Booksellers and Their Role with Electronic Books


Table 3.1: Chain, Independent Bookstore, and Used/Swap Bookstore
Purchase Habits (2012-2013)
Table 3.2: Five-Year Trend: Bookstore Book Buyers (2008-2012)
Table 3.3: Five-Year Trend: Bookstore Only Book Buyers (2008-2012)
Table 3.4: Bookstore Users: Key Statistics and Demographics
Table 3.5 Bookstore ONLY Users: Key Statistics and Demographics
Table 3.6: Major U.S. Bookstore Chains: Number of Superstore Outlets:
2007-2012
Table 3.7: Growth in Superstore Sales, Major Retail Chains, 2007-2012
Table 3.8: Books-A-Million Revenue Allocation (2011-2013)
Table 3.9: Bookstore Chains' Operating Performance, 2007-2012
Table 3.10: Who Is the Most Common/Least Common Customer at Your Store?
Table 3.11: How Much Bookstore Channel Users Spent on Books (2012)
Table 3.12: How would you rate the following tools in terms of their marketing effectiveness in 2012?
Table 3.13: To what extent do you know anyone who has bought the following
E-reading devices?
Table 3.14: If you know anyone who owns one of these devices who has been
a customer of yours, what are their book purchasing habits at your store today?
Table 3.15: How was business at your store for all 2010?
Table 3.16: How was business at your store for all 2011?
Table 3.17: How was business at your store for all 2012?




Chapter 4: Internet Retailing and E-Books
Introduction
Amazon.com
Barnes & Noble and Book-A-Million
Online Sales and the Purveyance of Used Books


Where E-Books Were Bought (2011-2012)
Online Book Buyer Characteristics
Online ONLY Book Buyer Characteristics


Table 4.1: Five-Year Trend: Online Book Buyers (2008-2012)
Table 4.2: Five-Year Trend: Online Only Book Buyers (2008-2012)
Table 4.3: Amazon's Net Sales and Total Media Sales Growth,
Q12007-Q42012
Table 4.4: Amazon's Media Sales vs. Electronics Sales as a Percentage of Total Sales, Q12007-Q12012
Table 4.5: Amazon Kindle Fire vs. E-Ink Kindle Use (2012-2013)
Table 4.6: Amazon Users And Books
Table 4.7: Amazon and Multiple Book Buyers
Table 4.8: Amazon and Cross Channel Book Purchasing
Table 4.9: Amazon Kindle Buyers' Print Shopping Habits
Table 4.10: Amazon Users And E-Book Devices
Table 4.11: New & Used Print Book Purchase Trends (2011-2012)
Table 4.12: How Much Online Channel Users Spent on Books (2012)
Table 4.13: Over the Last Three Months, Where Did You Get Your Digital Books?
Table 4.14: Online Book Buyers: Key Statistics and Demographics
Table 4.15: Online ONLY Users: Key Statistics and Demographics

Chapter 5: The Growth of Non-Bookstore Retailers and Their Impact
Introduction
Overview of 'Other' Buyers


Table 5.1: Number of Stores, Big Three vs. Big Box (2002-2012)
Table 5.2: Price Comparison of the Top 10 Bestselling Books at Select Stores, April 2013
Table 5.3: Five-Year Trend: 'Other' Book Buyers (2008-2012)
Table 5.4: Five-Year Trend: 'Other' ONLY Book Buyers (2008-2012)
Table 5.5: "Other" Users: Key Statistics and Demographics
Table 5.6: How Much 'Other' Channel Users Spent on Books (2012)

Chapter 6: Consumer Psychographics
Introduction


Table 6.1: Overview of Book Purchasing Population (U.S. Adults): Attitudes and Opinions of the Internet By Channel (Any Agree)
Table 6.2: Overview of Book Purchasing Population (U.S. Adults): Attitudes and Opinions of Hi-Tech, By Channel (Any Agree)
Table 6.3: Overview of Book Purchasing Population (U.S. Adults): Attitudes and Opinions on Cell Phones, By Channel (Any Agree)
Table 6.4: Overview of Book Purchasing Population (U.S. Adults): Attitudes and Opinions of Advertising, By Channel (Any Agree)
Table 6.5: Overview of Book Purchasing Population (U.S. Adults): Ad Negativity Scale, By Channel
Table 6.6: Overview of Book Purchasing Population (U.S. Adults): Advertising Noticed in the Last 30 Days, By Channel (Any Agree)
Table 6.7: Overview of Book Purchasing Population (U.S. Adults): Attitudes and Opinions of Shopping, By Channel (Any Agree)
Table 6.8: Overview of Book Purchasing Population (U.S. Adults): Impulse Shopping Habits, By Channel
Table 6.9: Overview of Book Purchasing Population (U.S. Adults): General Attitudes, By Channel (Any Agree)

Chapter 7: Conclusions and Recommendations
Introduction
Recommendations

Chapter 8: Channel Profiles
Introduction

Table 8.1: Book Club Users: Key Statistics and Demographics
Table 8.2: Book Store Users: Key Statistics and Demographics
Table 8.3: Book Store ONLY Users: Key Statistics and Demographics
Table 8.4: Online Book Buyers: Key Statistics and Demographics
Table 8.5: Online ONLY Users: Key Statistics and Demographics
Table 8.6: "Other" Users: Key Statistics and Demographics

Profiles of Leading Booksellers
Amazon.com
Barnes & Noble
Books-A-Million

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