As you may know, I’m a big fan of Kindle Unlimited (KU). As far as I can tell, it’s good for authors, despite the panic.
Here’s an interesting post on Ink, Bits & Pixels:
“The rise of Kindle Unlimited is going to directly boost author income , and if Nielsen’s consumer surveys are accurate then that growth will not come at the expense of the overall book market. Consumers who subscribe to an ebook subscription service spend more per month than non-subscribers, and so far there has been no sign that getting a subscription encourages a reader to buy less.”
Confused about KU? We cover ebook marketing strategies on Ebook Dominance: Market and SELL Your Ebooks In Just 15 Minutes A Day. Kindle Unlimited is a useful marketing tool; use it wisely.
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