How to price your ebook

For a thumbnail analysis, this is a pretty good formula.

Simon Cantan

I was just reading Seth Rakes blog post about ebook pricing here: http://sethrakes.com/indie-e-book-pricing/

And I wondered if I could come up with a mathematical formula for how to price your ebook. So here it is:

Start off with $1 as your price.

Choose one of the following, based on your book length:

–          Less than 50,000 words, multiply by 1;

–          More than 50,000 words, multiply by 3.

Choose one of the following, based on your fame:

–          No-one knows me, or I have a tight knit group of fans, multiply by 1;

–          Thousands of people buy my books, multiply by 2;

–          I’m a household name, multiply by 3.

Choose one of the following, based on your quality:

–          I know my book has typos, but it’s the story that matter, multiply by 0.5;

–          I’ve gone through more rounds of editing than I can count, multiply by…

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About MishaBurnett

I am the author of "Catskinner's Book", a science fiction novel available on Amazon Kindle. http://www.amazon.com/dp/B008MPNBNS
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1 Response to How to price your ebook

  1. Checked it out — I’m more or less on target with the price I should be at 😀

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