It can be hard to put a monetary value on your ebook. You’ve spent hundreds of hours completing it so it feels like you should give it a high price tag. The best way to find the right pricing is to follow a few basic steps. First, ask yourself whether you’re aiming for more readers or more sales from the book. It’s likely that pricing an ebook for 99 cents will draw in more readers, but not translate to much revenue compared to pricing the book for $9.99. Certain genres also have certain expectations for pricing. Romance novels usually sell for between 99 cents and $2.99 while non fiction books can be priced higher. You might also experiment with selling your book for a higher price but offering discounts. Take a look at all the pricing advice in the full article below!
Read the full article here: DIY: How to Price a Self-Published E-Book
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