E-book pricing poll results
On a previous post, I started a poll about e-book pricing. Here is the link.
The poll remained open for 4 weeks.
Here are the results:
As you can see, “up to $5” for an e-book won by a large margin.
Second is “up to $7” followed closely by “up to $2.99” for an e-book.
Not surprisingly, some people still don’t buy e-books—something that will change in the future, I think. Not that they will only buy e-books, but they are bound to try it, and I’m sure they will juggle between print books and e-books after that.
I could bet that in the far future about 90% of the books sales will be on e-books. But I’m no Joe Konrath. I don’t make previsions. I just go with the flow and try to make the best decisions for me. As should you. For you.