Amazon’s Digital Sales Up 29% in First Quarter of 2012

With all the news coming out today about publishers price fixing eBooks it is not surprising that Amazon is showing digital sales growth of 29% for Q1 of this year, according to a new report from intelligence company eDataSource. The report estimated of the sales of both iTunes and Amazon’s digital business as part of its new e-commerce monitoring service, found that iTunes sales grew 2% during the same period.

eBookNewser has more: “While Amazon’s business appears to be growing faster in these numbers, the report points out that iTunes sales still are 3.5x higher than Amazon’s digital sales volume domestically. In addition, the report found that iTunes customers spend 61% more than Amazon digital customers.” CLICK HERE for the full story.

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