DailyLit Launches Site Redesign Following Publishing of One-Thousandth Book
Following the addition of its one-thousandth title, DailyLit (www.DailyLit.com) has launched a site redesign that will include customer ratings and online book reviews. The redesign also more prominently features book covers, highlights the most popular titles in each category, and offers featured book lists that include titles selected by the DailyLit editorial staff.
With over 125,000 subscribers who have subscribed to over 250,000 copies of books, DailyLit allows books to be sent in short, serialized installments via e-mail/RSS feed according to the schedule set by the reader or on demand. These can be read wherever e-mail/RSS feeds are received.
DailyLit offers both classic and contemporary titles. According to DailyLit CEO Susan Danziger, the site offers over 650 titles for free, including major classics and “Wikipedia Tours,” which the company created so readers could “get short bits of knowledge on such subjects as wines, Greek mythology and major religions throughout the world.”