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dallassketchman

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Reducing the Price later on
Posted: Mar 18, 2012 10:50 AM
 
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I fear I over priced my earlier books on here. Is there a way to go back and reprice stuff? I don't seem to see a link to that concept. Thanks for any advice, Dallas Sketchman (my nom de plume on Kindle)
andresanthomas

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Re: Reducing the Price later on
Posted: Mar 18, 2012 10:54 AM   in response to: dallassketchman in response to: dallassketchman
 
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Yes. Click on your book in your bookshelf. You'll go back to the original pages where you loaded the book. Click through the steps to the part where your pricing is (don't reload the book). Make your changes.

Remember, the threshold for 70% is at $2.99. Be thoughtful if you're going below that. It will take 6 sales at .99 to make even 1 sale at $2.99.
jtbigtoad

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Re: Reducing the Price later on
Posted: Mar 18, 2012 11:02 AM   in response to: andresanthomas in response to: andresanthomas
 
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Just to add:

You have to Re-Publish the book to make the Price change (or any other changes) Effective!

JT

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Re: Reducing the Price later on
Posted: Mar 18, 2012 11:07 AM   in response to: dallassketchman in response to: dallassketchman
 
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On the Bookshelf, checkmark the book you wish to change, then select: 'Edit rights, royalty, and pricing' from the Action tab at the top. You don't have to change anything on page one, so going this route makes the changes go through faster. If you select 'Edit details', it seems to take a bit longer, perhaps because a person has to verify the changes.
dallassketchman

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Re: Reducing the Price later on
Posted: Mar 18, 2012 11:44 AM   in response to: dallassketchman in response to: dallassketchman
 
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Well DUH...and DUH again. I am actually fairly good with I.T. and just did not see how simple that was. Oy. Thanks folks for the info! And DUH again!
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