After a lot of debates and turmoil, it looks like indie writers are slowly embracing Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited platform in favour of selling their ebooks directly through the Kindle Store. Not only is Kindle Unlimited a slightly better option in terms of finance, but it also awards writers for every page being read, rather than forcing them to sell their entire book.
Tech Giant Amazon Changes Content Creator Reward System
Even though Amazon will never admit it publicly – or not at this time, anyway – Jeff Bezos and his staff have been keeping a close eye on the decentralized revolution. This new technological movement started gaining a foothold when Bitcoin gained popularity in 2012. Ever since that time, a lot of major companies in and outside of the technological market have been adopting alternate business models.
Until a few months ago, indie writers who wanted to sell their ebook on Amazon only had one centralized option. Listing your book for sale on the Kindle Marketplace at the price of US$9.99 may sound attractive, but when you do all the maths, the authors will only receive US$1.49 per book sold.
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