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Dharmendra Dubey

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Ebook sale is daily decreasing.
Posted: Sep 5, 2017 8:31 PM
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URGENT Required Help.
From last few days My sale is constantly decreasing I don't know the reason.
I have more than 200 public domain ebook & 2 self published ebook.
At one point of time my sale was 20 ebook per day but now it came 2 ebook per day.
Please anyone help me what to do in this case ,why sale is decreasing ?
I am very much upset bcoz I have lot of expectations with these.
Ward Rogers

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Re: Ebook sale is daily decreasing.
Posted: Sep 5, 2017 9:11 PM   in response to: Dharmendra Dubey in response to: Dharmendra Dubey
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Dharmendra Dubey wrote:
URGENT Required Help.
From last few days My sale is constantly decreasing I don't know the reason.
I have more than 200 public domain ebook & 2 self published ebook.
At one point of time my sale was 20 ebook per day but now it came 2 ebook per day.
Please anyone help me what to do in this case ,why sale is decreasing ?
I am very much upset bcoz I have lot of expectations with these.

The readership for PD material is a shallow pool, there's an overabundance of books and interest is not nearly what it used to be...it's no longer a pathway to being a Kindle Millionaire, and never really was.

As to your personal e-books, you have two overpriced pamphlets on get-rich-quick investments written by an unqualified, uncredentialed nobody. Currently they're languishing right around a million or so in the Paid Kindle Store, which seems about right considering all the strikes against them.

It's really very simple, mate. If you want high sales, you have to publish books people want to read. That's how successful self-pubbers do it on Amazon. You need to follow their lead, if you can.

You can be as "upset" as you want, but no one cares about your expectations, least of all customers. All they care about is whether they want to read your books...from what you write, they don't. As is the case with any publisher, whether traditional or indie, if you can't adapt to a changing marketplace and readership, you will most surely perish.
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