I only have one question.,,, did you invent a pricing strategy yet for your forthcoming book??? And how many parts??? And will you strategize it so you have to buy the future books to actually figure anything out? Oops 3 questions,
My Golden Stream marketing strategy will answer all those excellent questions.
They buy Version 1 Basic but soon find alternate pages are blank apart from a message telling them Version 2 contains the missing information.
The strategy repeats for each of the following versions.
Version 10 is the last one in the Basic editions, but we have plans for Intermediate and Advanced editions, each of which will have 20 versions.
But wait -- it gets better. In our unique pricing strategy (to answer that question) Version 1 starts off at $10. Each version thereafter increments by $10. So, for example, version 8 costs $80, of course.
Income also flows from the other versions and editions. The justification for the price increases is that you're learning more and more of great value.
I expect by now you can see why I call it the Golden Stream.
Version 10 Basic summarises the two things buyers will have learned by then. These are:
1 there's one born every minute
2 fools and their money are easily parted
And for having bought all 10 Basic versions they will receive in the mail a free, pointed hat wear to with pride.
It's the eye-dee-ten-tea
hat. And it looks like this: ID10T
[Caveat emptor....caveat lector!]