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Ebook Pricing Considerations

Posted at 7:27PM Monday 20 Feb 2012

What the eBook market will eventually come up against is something called pricing anchors; these are the prices that consumers normally associate with any product or service.

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Irish Times: Why should the price of ebooks . . . be on the floor?




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