Posts tagged with ‘e-book pricing’

  • Amazon Tries to Manipulate Indie Authors in Hachette Dispute

    By Jennifer Mattern on August 9, 2014
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    Warning: If you have a problem with profanity, this post isn't for you. For any of my readers who are sick and tired of hearing about the Amazon-Hachette e-book pricing bullshit, let me start with an apology. I'm sorry for bringing that topic here. I'm sick of it too. I've tried to stay out of the issue thus far because […]
  • Zoe Winters on E-book Pricing: Does Low-balling Attract the Wrong Kind of Reader?

    By Jennifer Mattern on March 16, 2011
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    As an e-book publisher should your rankings be based on your low-ball rates or on the merit of your work? Coming from the traditional side of e-book publishing, I'm a fan of the latter. I believe in premium pricing when you put out quality work. And I believe in letting your individual market help determine your rates -- not Amazon […]
  • 5 Factors to Consider in Pricing Your E-book

    By Jennifer Mattern on January 14, 2008
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    How much should you charge for your e-book? How do you set your e-book's price? There's no single right answer for every person or every e-book. However, there are a few factors that every e-book author should consider when setting a price that works for them: 1. What You Need to Earn Start by thinking about how long the e-book […]