Maybe I missed the definition of price pulsing somewhere. Running a discounted promo or launching a new book at a low price aren't what I'd call pulsing. To me, price pulsing means dropping the price for a short time, a day or two and then raising it to full price when it starts showing some rank and dropping the price again when rank starts to slip, then doing it all over again. Yeah, it takes advantage of the better rank exposure, but to me it just seems a bit underhanded. I don't have any problem discounting for a promo and advertising it as such, or launching to my mailing list at a "Thank You" price. Everyone on here knows I do that fairly regularly. But, I wouldn't call that pulsing.