Hi! With a 7,500 word story, is it better to describe it as a short story, a long short story or a novelette (just barely squeaking past the threshold for the novelette category). Just want to describe it in a way that readers would consider to be honest, so they know what they are getting for their money.
Is there plot and subplot? Does it take place over several days? If so, I'd call it a novelette. Otherwise, just call it a short story (don't worry about "long" short story). You might want to put the word count in the description.
If it isn't available anywhere else, you can experiment with Select for 3 months and see how you do. Do you have other stories available? Often the value of Select (even at a big 11c a borrow) is that it drives readers to your other titles. Good luck!
Not sure were wiki is getting this classification as they do not align with those used in submission guidelines at any publishing house I know. Even nanowrimo gets blasted for classing 50k a novel as this is not long enough for traditional publishing in 95% of genre.
The definitions tend to be genre specific but I'd label the OPs work as a short story in any marketing. Readership doesn't really know or care about all the different classifications and the nuances of each. Since this is who you target with marketing you need to ensure you do so in a format that matters to them