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When the target price has been reached, ereaderiq will send you an email. Please note two things.
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At the moment, one title, Broken Places which I read and highly recommend is selling for 99 cents. Ereaderiq also provides a price graph. As we see, the ebook has been discounted to 99 cents for a one week period twice during the summer. How long will they continue doing this? Who knows?
- The Israel-Palestine Conflict: Parallel Discourses (UCLA Center for Middle East Development (CMED) series).
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- RASTAFARI - THE NEW CREATION ( Gold Medal Editon).
- Book Icons - 23, free vector icons.
- Allegretto Scherzando.
- Prairie Gothic: Photographs by George Webber!
- Extraterritorial Application of American Criminal Law.
As an ebook publisher myself, I know you need to lower the price to draw attention to ebooks and perhaps attract reviews. But what is the optimal price point?
Also, is it better to give it an artificially high list price to discount later or leave it at a relatively stable price? How willing are consumers to tolerate the uncertainty of constantly changing prices on ebooks? Finally, let me throw out a few 99 titles which look like great buys. Keep in mind that the price can change. But if they do, you can set a price drop alert on ereaderiq to be notified.
Update: Most titles in this section no longer are priced at 99 cents, but if sale prices are being rotated, you can assume that at some date the prices will go down again. Depending on when you read this piece, the price may have since changed to 99 cents. Finally, I have some good news to report. According to one or two people, the Amazon sales are appearing in other ebook stores as well.
Confirmed on Barnes and Noble so far. Update 1. One or two commenters have noted that the sales are available on other ebook stores like iTunes, Google, Barnes and Noble. Still, it might only be for US customers. That will probably go in a later post.
Update 2. Keep in mind that with most ebook deal newsletters, authors pay for a mention, but bookgorilla includes a lot more titles by indie authors without deep advertising budgets. Update 3. I thought that the price alert feature of Ereaderiq had been discontinued?
- Durham Red #4: Manticore Reborn;
- Tomb of Horrors (Greyhawk).
- Civil Engineering.
Like Like. Robert, one question. On the other hand, most of the discounted titles have already received a fair amount of reviews and blurbs. I signed up for the newsletter, but it only contains info about new releases. Although ereaderiq is a great tool, a small percentage of titles are not in their price database, so you have to make them aware of the ASIN number. I could be mistaken. If you sell a book cheaper elsewhere, you have to lower their price too. Wow, this is awesome!
Thanks so much for this ebook bonanza of information.
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Occasionally I have seen a promotion on bookbub or another ebook newsletter. Actually, though, several other respectable titles were downloadable for free as well. A good number have some connection to New York. They publish a lot of popular history titles, especially U. Some of the nonfiction titles are crassly commercial. Self-help, medical guides, etc. The first page of search results on Amazon.
On the literature side, they publish a lot of public domain titles for 99 cents. You can get most of these same titles from Gutenberg; they can get in the way of browsing titles. On the wonderful side, on Amazon. As long as they live in the U. S and have an Amazon.