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If this holiday season is anything like last year’s, then a lot of people can expect to find an e-reader or tablet from Santa under their trees – 17 million to be exact. That’s a ho-ho-whole lot of new readers who’ll be itching to fill their digital shelves with new books, so why not make your eBook one of them?
Still on the fence? Well, we’re decking the halls early at Lulu this year and slashing our industry-best 80/20 revenue split on eBooks so you can reach more readers, sell more books,
and earn even more revenue this holiday than
ever before – tis the season right?
For a limited time, all creators publishing new eBook projects will receive 90 percent of the revenue from those projects through January 31st, 2012.
In an industry where most companies work off a 70/30 split or more, we take pride in being a publishing solution built entirely towards author success and freedom. We want you to be able to share your stories and ideas with the world and, more importantly, make money while you do it. You pick the price. You keep the profit. Just like it should be.
So spread some joy this holiday season by publishing an eBook. You can sell it to all those folks who got a shiny new iPad® or Barnes & Noble’s NOOK and your tree won’t be the only green you see.
Q: What is a new Publication?
A: New publications are defined as a new project in your “My Lulu” account with a new ISBN. This also applies to any conversion of an existing print title into an eBook.
As an author on Lulu, you get to set your own price for your works beyond the manufacturing cost and you keep 80 percent of any revenue made. In an industry where most companies work off a 70/30 split or more, we take pride in being a publishing solution built entirely towards author success and freedom. We firmly believe that everyone has ideas and expertise and should be able to share their knowledge with the world and, more importantly, profit from that knowledge. We’ve provided different payment options to make it as convenient and easy as possible to claim your author revenue. Below you’ll find tips for how to check your revenue and start seeing some green.
Finding your revenue: You can always check your earned revenue by looking at your “Recent Revenue,” and “All-Time Revenue” tabs found in the blue side-bar in your “My Lulu” tab. It is important to note that your “Recent Revenue” DOES NOT include Amazon or 3rd party earnings. Under your “All-Time Revenue” you’ll see a “Total Zero Creator Revenue” tab which shows your own purchases of your content, number of downloads from customers and Lulu support staff. When you or Lulu purchases your own content, it is at-cost so no revenue is generated or recorded.