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March 31st, 2008, 11:36 AM #1
Ebook and Ebooklet guidance requested
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- January 17th, 2005
I have just written a 140 page e-book on a specific area of the performing arts. I have also written a small e-booklet of about 14 pages to supplement it. I am also constructing a related web site about this specific skill with discussion and relevant media.
I want to monetize this package as best as possible. Some of my thoughts are as follows:
To include the small booklet free for whoever purchases the e-book as an incentive. I've seen many web sites that hawk e-books always make it a package -- "as a bonus, get this free booklet!" etc. In this way, the booklet simply helps motivate people to buy the e-book.
Alternatively, I might give the booklet away for free. It would be a draw for the web site, and would include inside links to purchase the e-book and some sales copy. And, I could use a sign-up sheet to gain a mailing list.
Additionally, I was thinking that I might include some affiliate links within the e-booklet (if this is possible -- is it?) for related products.
Finally, it seems to me that a lot of pricing for e-books is somewhat arbitrary. Is that true? What guidelines should I follow in setting the price for a 140 page e-book relating to skills development in performing arts?
All of your experience and input is desired and appreciated. Thank you!
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