Sell Your eBook Through Google’s eBook Store?

Shocking isn’t it?  When I read this article on the NYTimes.com, I initially thought it was just a very clever link baiting technique and that they were making mountains out of molehills. But when I read closer, I realized OH MY GOD, it looks like it’s going to be true!

Many of you have seen Google scan books both public domain as well as many to and best selling physical books. But this is something different. You provide the files and YOU set the prices. The only question I have is are they going to rape and pillage the author like Amazon does? I guess we’ll wait and see.

Either way, I think this is going to be absolutely HUGE.

Here’s the link to the original article.
Poised to Sell E-Books, Google Takes On Amazon – NYTimes.com

3 Comments

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  2. Charles Clerc on June 5, 2009 at 5:21 am

    Hello,
    Apparently there’s been an addendum about who gets to set the price. In short, Google does. The author only sets a list price.
    It does mention that an earlier version of the article stated otherwise though.
    Regards,
    Charles



  3. range03 on June 21, 2009 at 1:29 am

    wow! my friend will surely love this thingy called “e-book selling”. thanks so much for this info armand:D

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