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Is the world ready for Jewish E-Books? Jewish E-Books redefines the Jewish digital market

Only seven months have passed since its groundbreaking launch, but Jewish E-Books  -the largest Jewish digital superstore – has effectively cornered the Jewish e-book market, providing  hundreds of Jewish e-books, Jewish music, and Jewish software on their one-stop-shopping, landmark site.

With the launching of Jewish E-Books in July of 2011, CEO Yosef Levy witnessed the fulfillment of a dream: a veritable paradise for Jewish book lovers.  Now, looking back a half-year later, the innovative entrepreneur remains astounded at the wild success.

The e-book market is exploding,” he says. “And Jewish E-Books has become a part of it.

Jewish E-Books – the most extensive Jewish digital library to date-has built a literary empire of over 1,200 English and Hebrew titles of an assortment of genres, including Judaism basics,
Jewish law, Kabbalah, biographies, Jewish history, and fiction, to name a few. Representing major Jewish publishers like Feldheim, Israel Bookshop,  Jerusalem Publications, Aish.com,  and Sichos in English, the E-Book giant’s repertoire features bestselling Jewish authors like Akiva Tatz, Gila Manolson, Matityahu Glazerson, and Tziporah Heller.

What makes us unique is that you can’t get our e-books on any other site,” explains CEO Levy. “We’ve got classic Jewish books for half the price of hard copy.

Jewish E-Book’s Hebrew sister site, www.j-ebooks.co.il boasts over 600 Hebrew titles – and has just went live with its one-of-a-kind Hebrew e-Book lending library.

But the e-book titan hasn’t confined itself to the bookshelf: in a trendsetting move, the company recently kicked off its Jewish E-Magazines Department, starting with the AMI e-mag – the very first Jewish digital weekly – and the Comics eMagazine for kids.

A massive breakthrough in Jewish publishing, the unprecedented partnership between Jewish E-Books and AMI Magazine inaugurates an entirely new e-mag market, setting a new standard. “At Ami, we bring readers from all segments of Jewry a high-quality, intelligent and informative publication,” says Rechy Frankfurter, senior editor at the magazine. “As part of our aim to reach a larger and more diverse readership, we’re excited to branch out with Jewish E-Books.

But more than just an e-commerce site, Jewish E-Books has used a cutting-edge business model to become a powerful marketing platform for Jewish authors and publishers. With a  widespread presence on Jewish social media like Facebook and Twitter, as well its very own Jewish E-Books Blog-featuring fascinating author interviews and the latest news about Jewish books and everything Jewish, Jewish E-Books.com has become a hub of Jewish action and info, transforming the landscape of Jewish book promotion.

We want to get the word out-big time,” says CEO Levy. “We want every Jew and non-Jew-wherever they’re located-to get the Jewish books they want.

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