infoGraphics: Summarizing the New York Times Bestseller Lists
A new weekly feature that will visually capture trends…the inReads way.
After months of poring through the numbers, studying charts, and making up my own, I have determined a way to explain everything that happens in reading, technology, and culture through a series of easy-to-understand infographics.
This week, I broke down the publishing industry’s Holy Grail: The New York Times Bestseller List and determined what sort of subject matter really makes it to the top for fiction and nonfiction. What follows is the valuable information the publishers (and you) don’t want to know—but must.
Here’s are some hints: Thrillers your aunt likes take a top position and books about pets made both lists.
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