Publishers Kill Their Own eBook Sales

Ebook sales by traditional publishers are down by all reports. Yet I think publishers have only themselves to blame. This:

“When I see an ebook that sells for twice the price of the paperback version, either someone has lost their mind, is asleep at the wheel, or is deliberately steering the ship towards an iceberg,”

I see this pricing problem all the time on Amazon and it is hard to justify the higher price for the ebook when the new print book is either lower or the same price as the ebook, not to mention that a used copy might go for cents on the dollar just one click away. Yet indie published ebooks sales are growing.

Traditional publishers’ ebook sales drop as indie authors and Amazon take off – GeekWire…

Brad Enslen @bradenslen



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