Entitle is one of the many companies now participating in the entire Netflix for e-books concept. They never managed to standout in a crowded marketplace that includes Amazon, Scribd and Oyster and never generated enough revenue to stay in business. Starting July 21st 2015, Entitle will be closing and they are recommending their existing customers join Scribd.Entitle, … [Read more...] about Exclusive – Entitle eBook Subscription Service Shutting Down
One of the big trends of 2014 was the emergence of subscription services, where you pay a monthly fee and get access to thousands of e-books. Amazon Kindle Unlimited, Oyster, Entitle and Scribd have all gained the support of indie authors and publishers. How viable are their business models and will they continue to grow in 2015, or disappear entirely.Scribd is the … [Read more...] about Will Subscription e-Book Sites Continue to be Viable in 2015?
Penguin Random House UK CEO Tom Weldon has proclaimed that eBook subscription websites such as Amazon Unlimited, Scribd and Oyster are not viable business models. "We have two problems with subscriptions. We are not convinced it is what readers want. 'Eat everything isn't a reader's mindset. In music or film you might want 10,000 songs or films, but I don't think you want … [Read more...] about eBook Subscription Services are Not Viable
eReatah originally launched their Netflix for eBooks subscription service back in September and changed their name to Entitle a few months later. The service heavily competes with Scribd and Oyster for users wanting to subscribe to their websites and download books on a monthly basis. While the competition relies on iOS and Android apps to appeal to the widest demographic of … [Read more...] about eBook Subscription Site Entitle Now Supports e Ink Readers