Mike Shatzkin

Mike Shatzkin has been mentioned or cited less than a dozen times throughout all the RSS channels we monitor. Especially, the channel 'Infobloq.com' contains less than a dozen references to this person (or maybe different people with similar names) alone. As it’s displayed on the chart below, Mike Shatzkin was highly popular in January, 2015.

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Amazon Prime Day: Just One More Reason Customers Are Flocking to Join Amazon’s Loyalty Program

[...] returns, the program generates incredible customer loyalty for the company. According to Mike Shatzkin, CEO of marketing firm The Idea Logical Company, being a Prime customer diminishes the [...]


Amazon exec: Here’s because it pays to make your ebooks disdainful to us

[...] eccentric authors are many mostly so successful since they pronounce out,” pronounced Mike Shatzkin, a book edition consultant and contention chair who interviewed Grandinetti along with co- [...]


Ebooks in 2015: Dull new world

[...] being proven is that marketplace is not forever elastic,” edition attention consultant Mike Shatzkin wrote on his blog on New Year’s Eve. “It seems expected that a low-priced indie [...]


Will the lack of buzz around Kindle Unlimited mean Amazon seeks the help of Prime Customers?

[...] own direct sales and seeking to develop alternatives to Amazon. That bird may have flown as Mike Shatzkin pointed out in a recent lengthy article but they are not going to make it easy for Amazon any [...]



Thad McIlroy – Future Of Publishing » Cloud Computing and the …

[...] and less competition. But that’s not a technology issue. What Cloud Computing Matters Mike Shatzkin first described the impact of cloud computing on book publishing in a September 2008 [...]


Real-Time News Curation – The Complete Guide Part 7: Business Applications And Trends

[...] attendance, lectures, newsletters, alerts, specialized books, annual reviews, etc.” Mike Shatzkin – Aggregation and curation: two concepts that explain a lot about digital change 4) [...]


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