JANUARY, 2017 PER-PAGE RATE FOR KINDLE UNLIMITED
The KENP per-page rate for Kindle Unlimited dropped down to $0.004754 for the month of January, 2017.
But I’m not worried:
- The per-page rate (and Prime borrows before that) generally take a noticeable dip in January. It’s not a surprise. (What’s a surprise is that it didn’t drop in December.)
- The per-page rate in January, 2017 is much higher than it was in January, 2016. It was at an all-time low of $0.00411 one year ago. Compared to the previous January, $0.004754 is sweet.
- The per-page rate has been fairly consistent. It was over half a penny per page for a few months in a row, at a lengthy relative high, and before that, $0.004754 would have seemed like a good number. Again, it’s typical to see a drop in January, so I wouldn’t panic.
- The KDP Select Global Fund hit a new high, climbing up to $17.8M for January (from $16.8M in December). It’s also typical to see the Global Fund rise in January. It’s a good sign: Amazon paid $1M more than usual, which shows that Kindle Unlimited is holding strong.
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Both my books are enrolled. It’s interesting to watch the pages read go up each day. ~Elle
Yes. And it’s a good feeling to know that the book is being read. 🙂
thanks Chris, you are an asset for emerging authors.
You’re welcome. Thank you for the kind words. 🙂
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Thank you. 🙂