Because half the time, we're selling at .99 with a promo just to maintain visibility, and that only makes us .32 - .64 per sale, minus the cost of the promotion. The other half of the time, we're selling at 2.99 - 7.99. All sales are not created equal.RightHoJeeves said:Seeing as I'm just about to start this whole process, I'm curious as to why one would stop tracking. If Amazon send out payments every month, surely they send a report of how many sales each book has had?
Net profits are a far better indication of return on investment, and also of the profitability of your writing venture as a whole.