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Old 12-06-2010, 04:35 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Kali Yuga View Post
Well, it's pretty clear that if the price is lower, more people will buy it.

Unfortunately she is kind of spiking things by telling people "hay guys, if you want cheep books buy mine right now."

The question though is whether you can buy enough to make up the difference in lost revenues. For example, if the book is typically $10, and it's on sale for $2, you need to sell at least 5 times as many copies just to break even.

I'm sure she will sell more, but 5 times more than a typical week?
It would be interesting to see the figures at both price points, as well as find out how much of a percentage the "publisher" is raking off just for uploading it to Amazon and denying sales to anyone who lives in the wrong country.
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