freeconomics: I know they loved it because they emailed to ask when the sequel would also be available for free. For readers of my non-Dilbert books, I inadvertently set the market value for my work at zero. Oops. [You must be careful. The time to be free is when the works have no value. Once you’ve established a market, setting things to zero is a big mistake. I like that folks are willing to take a chance with “pay what you want” but it should again be seen as way of possibly beginning to establish a market for your works, and converting to a fixed price based on the data you’ve gathered. Unless something else is supporting your works (ahh, the joys of patronage) it’s not a smart play.]
Source: gapingvoid

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