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Book Promoting:Is $1.99 The New 99 Cents?

by Martin Crosbie

the dead list by martin crosbieWe’re going to talk about selling eBooks. We can call it “connecting with readers” or “building our reader base” or “expanding our discoverability” in other articles. Right here, right now, we’re going to call it what it is: selling books.

I’ve been through the ups and downs of free promotions. I’ve had mega-successful returns where I’ve sold tens of thousands of books and I’ve had disappointing returns where I have not covered my promotion costs. I’ve sworn off free promotions and come back to them and realized that they can still be effective in terms of selling books. Again, we are not talking about climbing up the rankings in a genre-specific category or how many email subscribers we can gain or how many books we can give away. We’re dealing with book sales, and with free promotions we’re referring to peripheral sales of our other books or paid sales when our free book returns to its regular price. Read more of this post

Martin Crosbie | June 14, 2016 at 5:00 am | Tags: book promotion, ebook pricing, price strategy | Categories:Staff Articles | URL: http://wp.me/p1WnN1-hT5

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