By now, most people have heard of Amazon.com and have probably bought books on it.
But before you get too excited, Amazon has been a bit of a mystery to me for years.
The big question: Why do we even want to buy books from Amazon?
The answer, I think, is simple: because Amazon is so good.
In fact, Amazon is better than any other book retailer in the world, and it is doing a lot of great things for books.
Amazon’s success has been largely due to the way it is structured.
Its structure lets Amazon focus its marketing and distribution efforts on specific categories, like audiobooks, which it has been doing for a while now.
These books are more widely available and are often priced more competitively.
So, for example, audiobook titles are generally cheaper and more easily accessible than any of the traditional books on Amazon.
Amazon also focuses its marketing on the kinds of books people like reading, and they are all more likely to find a Kindle or other Amazon device to read on.
The results are worth noting, because it is the Kindle that has been driving Amazon’s growth.
The structure is also unique, in that Amazon has a lot to gain from this arrangement.
While bookstores may offer free shipping, Amazon can charge whatever it wants, and those fees can be significant.
That is one reason why I am particularly intrigued by Amazon’s new ebook distribution service, Audible, which is being rolled out now.
Audible charges publishers for the rights to use their books on the service, which means that, at some point in the future, you may not even need to pay to read your favorite author’s books on a Kindle.
Amazon, of course, does not charge a penny for its books.
And unlike most book retailers, Amazon does not have to charge for the books itself.
In short, Amazon, which sells books for less than a dollar a book, is much better for books than bookstores.
It is a model that has also been successful in the movies business, with Amazon dominating movie distribution.
It is the same model that is being applied to the books market, and that is where Amazon is doing well.
The books industry is a great place to do business, and there are no better places to do it than Amazon.
Amazon is doing so well because its distribution model allows it to compete effectively with traditional booksellers.
If you are a small publisher or a bookseller, it is hard to compete with Amazon.
And if you are an indie publisher or someone who sells on Amazon, you will find that Amazon’s distribution model is much easier to manage and more profitable.
So far, Amazon’s model is more successful in this space than the one that is used by most booksells, which are owned by a small group of corporations that can make huge profits by focusing their marketing efforts on the best sellers.
I am not suggesting that the books industry will be better off under Amazon’s arrangement than it is today.
The truth is, there is a lot that can be done with more competition in the books business.
But Amazon’s unique structure makes it possible for it to succeed.
The Amazonian system is, at least in theory, a win-win situation for all involved.
Amazon, like any good retailer, is working on its own internal model to manage the books in its warehouses.
It has already introduced a number of new features, including “fiber delivery,” which allows customers to pick up books in the mail, rather than waiting for delivery to arrive.
Amazon has also built in a subscription service for books that allows customers who have bought books through its e-commerce platform to add more books to their subscription.
These subscription services are very popular and are the most efficient way to get books into the hands of Amazon customers.
The biggest advantage of Amazon’s approach is that it gives the books and audiobooth business the tools they need to continue growing.
For years, audiobook sales have been flat and are expected to decline further.
That could be good news for audiobubs, since audiobub readers are the kind of people who spend a lot on audioboods and audiobook collections.
But it is also bad news for booksellings.
If Amazon’s strategy is successful, it could also have a direct impact on the growth of bookselling.
Amazon could make a good deal of money from its books business, but it is not going to make a lot out of it.
The most it can make from its ecommerce business is about $1 billion per year.
The company is also looking at the possibility of selling a number.
But this is a small price to pay for the enormous opportunity it is opening up for the book industry.