When using Amazon, do you get the best results from posting a kindle or a paperback/hard copy?
Paperback, hardback does better for me. However, I also inform readers which formats are available. Sometimes merchant will advertise a book in Kindle version only but list the other formats that are available which they can order from same product page. Merchants don't always advertise each version under a its own ISBN.
Thank you - I wasn't sure if I listed the work as a book and they bought a kindle version it counts as a sale.
Anne, Yes it would count as a sale no matter what they bought, if something completely different.
I sell more ebooks than hard copies because of the price difference.
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