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How Much For One Fairly-Sized E-Book?


 
denra127 Hello,

Someone approached and asked me to write an e-book for him. Apparently, he was impressed with my site, particularly the depth and quality of my content. My problem is, I don't know how much to charge for such an e-book project. This is going to be my very first e-book creation. How much can I charge?

He wants the e-book to be:

1. 100 pages, more or less.
2. Co-authored by me and him.
3. He plans to offer it free of charge in exchange for opt-in email addresses to build his mailing list.
4. Completed within a month if possible.
5. An ongoing project wherein we can always update, rewrite, expand, republish, etc. as an ongoing promotional effort.

I have read somewhere that quality reprint rights are being sold today for $1,000 to $2,000. Is this true? Of course, what I'm going to create is just for him, which means I won't be able to sell reprint rights, individual copies, etc. Can I charge more than $2,000?

Based from these, how much could and should I charge for this e-book project? I'm really at a lost here. I need some guidance, please.

Hope to hear from you soon. Thanks in advance.

Regards,
Dennis


Posted on: 9:04 am on June 1, 2008
mrweiner If he has a track record of making a lot of money online then ask for a cut of his profits.  If he doesn't have a track record ask for an hourly rate.  

Posted on: 4:14 pm on December 15, 2008
jaesonlewis Ebook of butterfly tattoo designs including Butterfly Fairy Tattoos. Some people use tattoos as a way to express their individuality. Its a technique of marking the skin with colors, creating a design of one's choice. A butterfly fairy can be quite trendy on some women.

Posted on: 7:48 am on September 17, 2009

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