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How Do You Price Ebooks?

Posted at 10:47AM Sunday 04 Mar 2012

It is hard to see how publishers can sustain the current position especially when they are advocating the benefits of the digital book over the physical one but at the same time denying them when faced with a perpetual sale that is a resultant benefit!

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