October 6, 2015

New: The Kindle Index (Top Cities for E-Reader Purchases)

From the team at the Priceonomics (online price guide database).

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Along with the rankings and analysis (Lexington, Ann Arbor, and Anchorage) top the list, you’ll also find:

  • Kindle Popularity vs. Avg. Temperature of City
  • Kindle Popularity vs. % of Population With College Education
  • Kindle v. XBox (Sample Number of Units for Sale)
  • Market Share For e-Readers (Based on Resale Markets)
  • Market Share For Kindle, nook, and iPad (Based on Resale Markets)
  • Kindle vs. iPad Pricing (Lowest Priced Model Available)

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See Also: “The Kindle Index: What City Buys the Most E-Readers?” (Via The Atlantic)

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