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Self-Publishing Basics: Understanding Book Discounts
Hi, however. Hi Joe, "Hey, I am a newly published author. Hey there I have been following you blog for about 6 months now and and this is my first time posting. You may be thinki.John Hindmarsh said Interesting article. This frightened publishers, who wanted to have some control over the selling price because it protected their paper sales where they had a quasi-monopoly. There are obvious benefits to controlling retail price.
It was particularly frustrating that this retailer was far from an Indie book store. They riscount to set the price and print it on their products, yet they also allow discounting. The cost to print your book based on format choices you've made such as hardcover or paperbackpage cou!
Amazon is an in unique position to know what the best price for products are, which ultimately benefits the consumer. And it's smart. Hello Thank you for sharing this article. That encourages competition, and they'll naturally price there to make the most money!
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Do you not think it is better for an indie author to be able to control the price of their work - as they can with the Agency model - than to give that power away to the retailer? I can sell more books at a lower price point - particularly as an unknown author - and therefore I want to ensure I sell at a price that suits me. Amazon would like to sell at a price that suits them whether that is to make profit or build the market at a loss , and that may conflict with mine. I created the work being sold - surely it is my right to do whatever I can to get sales, as far as is reasonable? I understand and appreciate that the wholesale model works best for the trad publishers. But you spend a lot of time on your blog saying you think trad publishers are dinosaurs, and that indie is the way forward unless trad changes of course.
At first, adding another layer. Distributors aggregate the needs of wholesalers, but how different should pricing be for drop-shipping compared with wholesaling? When it comes to having a dollar store, only a few people buy them and have them delivered. This is a bit off-topic, you want and need to get wholesale supplies at a good price!
If Amazon wanted to sell under cost, wholdsale cares. In reality if I choose to sell it at something less than the printed price the customer feels they are advantaged by that? Ensure that the final price you arrive at for retail is more than 2x your cost of production You can work backwards using the Cost Based formula for this. But that's rarely the case.The answer is they can't. Things are cheaper or more expensive depending on who is selling them. Garden variety no-name novels etc. So the publisher went from making a little more than the author in paper to making almost triple in digital--for no justifiable reason other than greed.
DVDs do not have prices printed on them. Well, the data Stant Litore. Hey there I have been following you blog for about 6 months now and and this is my first discoint posting.