I recently read these two posts (Post 1 and Post 2) by Mark Coker over at Smashwords discussing the relatively new business model of ebook subscription services being pioneered by Oyster and Scribd. The basic idea is that subscribers pay a fixed monthly fee to access an unlimited number of ebooks.
This article analyzes these developments and what it really means to Indie authors (and to services like Smashwords.)
See more here.
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