All of us know that the average price of an informational book in a bookstore is around 15-20 bucks. Most eBooks on Clickbank and other platforms usually go for above 40-50 bucks. That being said, as far as quality goes, I don't see significant differences between books at Barnes and Noble and books on Clickbank. In fact, books at Barnes and Noble probably have higher content quality. With this in mind, how does one justify pricing an eBook at $50?
Couple more things. I know people do buy eBooks at these prices.
Also, do the individuals who make $10K a month from their eBooks necessarily price them at $50? I mean, even with high sell volumes, one can't expect to make this much money by pricing an eBook at $8.99. Is it possible?