Putting a solid value on your written material can be an extremely challenging decision. Selling your book for too much money can reduce your sales but makes the material seem like it’s a higher quality. On the other end of the spectrum, selling your book for too little money (or for free) can help spur downloads but not necessarily net much revenue. It’s a delicate balance. If you’re struggling to find the right price point for your book then there are a number of useful questions you can ask yourself to help you narrow it down. Do people really NEED your book? How much are competitors charging? What are you hoping to accomplish? What are you costs? Answering these questions will help you find that perfect sweet spot. Take a look at all the questions you need to answer in the full article below!
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