How to Price Your Ebook Properly

You've worked hard to make an amazing ebook filled with helpful material. Now, how do you price it? There are plenty of opinions around ebook pricing strategy. Included are some relevant articles to help you come up with a solid pricing structure.

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    An eBook Pricing Model that Resulted in $100,000 in Sales

    This is a post from <a href="http://nathanbarry.com/" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">Nathan Barry</a>, a designer and author of three ebooks (which you should check out as great examples of what you should do) - The <a href="http://http://nathanbarry.com/app-design-handbook/" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">App Design Handbook</a>, <a href="http://nathanbarry.com/webapps/" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">Designing Web Applications</a>, and <a href="http://nathanbarry.com/authority/" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">Authority</a>.&nbsp;<br><br>In this article, he argues for pricing high and giving&nbsp;multiple pricing tiers, which makes a ton of sense. If you take a look at all of his ebooks, you'll see that he offers a base version for the cheapest price, and tiers up accordingly adding video, and the full package for a much higher price.&nbsp;

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    Pricing Experiments You Might Not Know, But Can Learn From

    This article goes through some basic psychology behind buying preferences from a consumer standpoint. It touches on concepts such as removing dollar signs from prices and ending your price in 9.&nbsp;

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    How to Charge for Software

    This is more about understanding how to charge for software, but one-off software payments is actually pretty applicable to ebook payments.&nbsp;

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    ConvertKit - Software for Improving your Conversions

    Your pricing strategy plays into how well (or not so well) you're converting users. If you're not skilled at web design, or you simply don't want to bother with it, ConvertKit might be useful to take care of the landing page.&nbsp;

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    Why a Lower Pricing Strategy Works

    This is a post by <a href="http://sachagreif.com/" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">Sacha Grief</a>&nbsp;- a designer and entrepreneur who recently sold thousands of copies of <a href="http://sachagreif.com/ebook/" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">Step by Step UI Design</a>&nbsp;(another great example to check out!).<br><br>He experimented, with incredible success, on pricing his ebook low.&nbsp;

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    Pricing Your Ebook High - An Experiment

    This is a post by <a href="http://blog.studiofellow.com/" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">Jarrod Drysdale</a>&nbsp;- a web designer and bootstrapper who recently broke five figure sales for his ebook, <a href="http://bootstrappingdesign.com/" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">Bootstrapping Design</a>.<br><br>His article is in exact contract to the low pricing strategy, which was the purpose of this two-part series on A Smart Bear's blog, which you'll see here.&nbsp;

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