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  • ...ld by re-sellers, but only $1 dollar per instead of $5-6, had people bought the book on Amazon directly from the author/publisher. And also, the consumers get used with the idea of spe...
  • ...s to set the prices for the goods they offer" has "drunk the Kool-Aid"? That's not a very fair way to start a discussion. I agree with you that consumers will pay for the books they w...
  • ...blish authors, either through CreateSpace or through their publishing house (whatever it's called), and then they want to be a one-stop shop for consumers and provide them with low pri...
  • ...Highlander series is so counterproductive to making as much well-written, professionally edited, beautifully designed, etc. content available to consumers in the formats they prefer. A...
  • ...end up being a few holdouts, ones that have loyal customers. It's already been so sad to see so many amazing stores close in recent years. We as consumers have to also figure out how t...
  • ...the end of the day it's totally dependent on the type of eReader your consumers have. I have a Kindle, for in...an load epub files onto their readers. So where eBooks are concerned, consumers are making the decisions, not...
  • Nice post, Paulette! As a publicist, my advice is to all self-published authors is to hire a professional to do the cover. Consumers may not be able to tell the difference, but anyone...
  • The only benefit I can see here is educating consumers on the fact that they're not the customers of Facebook--they're the product. That's a healthy revelation. For an author, a one-ti...
  • ...the petition at my local health food store that I regularly shop at. However, checking further into the matter of labeling, the cost incurred to consumers due to changes not only in la...
  • ...n product reviews are not full book reviews and they do not  work well as full reviews. They are best written in 1, 2, or 3 paragraphs, no more. Consumers do not want to read a long re...