Who sets the list price for my audiobook?
You set pricing and we pay based on that list price for sales through most of our distribution partners. You can update your list price at any time and we'll ensure all retailers are current with the price you set.
The retailer does get to choose the final price to the consumer, but this won't affect your payout for most partners.
Please note that Audible and Downpour set their own prices and pay out based on net receipts (review Schedule C of your distribution for more details).
How should I set the price of my audiobook
When setting the price of your audiobook, you should consider the duration, genre, and price of similar audiobooks, and your goals for the book. Some authors hope to maximize potential revenue per sale, and others are seeking more exposure and ...
Can I set a list price of $0?
Absolutely! We think free audiobooks can be a great audience builder. That said, there are a very small number of vendors (mainly Chirp & Overdrive) that don't support a price point of $0.00 or "free". Titles with a price of $0.00 will be filtered ...
Why are library sales reporting at a lower price than I set?
You might be seeing sales under the Library Pay Per Use model (also known as "Cost-Per-Checkout"). Under the traditional library model, a librarian purchases your book once, paying based on the full list price, and can circulate that copy as many ...
How to create an audiobook box set/bundle
An audiobook box set or bundle is a great way to create a second audiobook product from your existing catalog or series. Below is a guide to creating a box set/bundle on Findaway Voices. Note: This applies to audiobooks that have already been ...
How can I find my audiobook available for sale?
Remember that it can take up to 30 days (sometimes a bit longer) for your title to be live at the partners you've chosen. Retailer Links: The Retailer Links tool is now available for authors to retrieve their URL's for their audiobook(s). Please ...