Anyhow, the topic comes up on the blogosphere fairly frequently... what is the proper pricing of a PDF?
To my mind, there are many questions that need to be answered before the first question can be addressed...
Is there a ratio between PDF and Paper pricing of the same item?
What price point is too high, no matter the number of the pages (size)?
Is there a page to price ratio that you, as a consumer, use to evaluate PDF value?
Do certain publishers deserve a premium price for their PDFs? If so, why?
Is FREE a selling point for you, or something the consumer should avoid? Does a $1 price point imply more value then FREE? Why?
Does top shelf art add value to a PDF the same way it adds value to a paper product?
Are lower production values accepted for a PDF product then the same in paper?
Does finding a PDF product is also available as a Print on Demand product add value to the PDF? How about a PDF / POD Bundle?
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