KINDLE UNLIMITED, MARCH, 2017
The KENP per-page rate for Kindle Unlimited dropped a little in March, 2017.
The rate per page is $0.0046 for March, 2017, which is down a little from $0.00497 for February, 2017.
The KDP Select Global Fund is $17.7M for March, 2017, which is up nearly $1M from $16.8M in February.
So although the KENP per-page rate took a slight dip, Amazon poured an extra $1M into Kindle Unlimited royalties compared to February.
This shows that many people are reading pages in Kindle Unlimited, and the program appears to continue to grow.
At this rate, Amazon will pay $200M in royalties just for Kindle Unlimited (and Amazon Prime) pages read for KDP Select books. That’s on top of royalties for sales, on top of the All-Star bonuses, and on top of whatever Amazon pays traditionally published books that participate in Kindle Unlimited (or Amazon Prime borrows, or both).
$200M shows that Kindle Unlimited is a significant market.
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Thanks for this helpful information, Chris. 🙂 — Suzanne
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Check out this Kindle Unlimited revenue report from Chris McMullen’s blog.
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