|Yeeeesssth my preeeshuuus... Looower da priiiices!|
Here's their argument:
“For every copy an e-book would sell at $14.99, it would sell 1.74 copies if priced at $9.99,” the company wrote. “So, for example, if customers would buy 100,000 copies of a particular e-book at $14.99, then customers would buy 174,000 copies of that same e-book at $9.99. Total revenue at $14.99 would be $1,499,000. Total revenue at $9.99 is $1,738,000.”Which makes me wonder how much money GW is leaving on the table...
...when they price their eBooks so high.
Certainly they haven't gotten very much of mine. I did buy the Kill Team update, because it was only $12-ish, and I wanted to see if they had improved the rules any (they didn't). The sloppiness of that one book by itself put me off buying any more.