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The Shiva Trilogy is the collection the best selling books The Immortals of Meluha , The Secert of the Nagas and The Oath Of the Vayuputras written by Amish. Scion of Ikshvaku (Ram Chandra Series #1) | The Immortals of Meluha (Shiva Trilogy #1) | The Secret of the Nagas (Shiva Trilogy #2). 1. Scion of Ikshvaku ( Ram. How can I download the ebook of Shiva Triolog by Amish? Views · How do I download PDF books of Amish Tripathi? Views.
We are not moving into a model of giving more content but breaking the price barrier by selling book by the chapter. What pricing does is, it makes you think about the book. Book or movie is a personal choice so you download it only if you like it.
Low pricing may remove a mental barrier that you have towards trying a book and not make you download a book that your friends had told you was bad. How do you think the app would help your book? I admit that many ideas have been borrowed from others as well. We launched an album for a book like the way movie producers have been releasing a music album for films.
Previously we could not do it because we did not have the budget. Fortunately, this time we have had the budget for marketing.
Secret of the Nagas
Higher budget has really helped marketing the book at a whole new level. It gives the users an introduction to the story and also gives them posters of the Shiva Trilogy.
Was the music monetised? I was told it is doing well. We have used social media, trailer films, music album, app and the website. I should give the credit to the team for using digital so extensively. Tripathi: When we first launched, there were no budgets. Digital was the only game in town.
Getting into mainstream media was not an option. Fortunately, the first two books sold for Rs. Now that we have the budget, innovation is the key now with digital. Cost is no longer the criteria. Update: An earlier version of this article had a section of a paragraph placed elsewhere in the interview.
Internet is a fantastic anti-authoritarian and democratic tool. In India, the e-books market is still too small a market.
Then authors will be able to self — publish without the help of a publisher. There are people who are attached to the old ways.
When Gutenberg invented the printing press years ago, the world thought of it as a threat. Some people resisted it. Looking back, it frankly seems stupid.
The key benefit was that printed books made knowledge more widely available at a much cheaper price. You can accept or resist change but it is bound to happen. You have to adopt to change.
How do you think paid e-books would work with the Indian audience? Would Indians readers pay for it? In music, piracy is a major problem. In books, piracy exists but not as much. However, the product should be made more convenient and more attractive.
It is really about pricing the e-books right and adding more content like illustrations, maps etc in the e-books, making it more attractive. How is the e-book of your latest book faring? But like I mentioned before, the e-book market in India is too small.
Shiva Trilogy Author Amish Tripathi On Ebooks, E-Commerce, Use Of Digital For Marketing Books
What can be a big future is the serialising of books for download on smart phones. This has caught on in a big way in China. You can sell books by chapter. This makes the e-book also cheaper. If you are happy with the chapter that you read, you could download more.
This is certainly possible in India because smart phones are growing here. We are not moving into a model of giving more content but breaking the price barrier by selling book by the chapter. What is the dimension that ecommerce adds to publishing industry today?
How does the price dynamics change with ecommerce? I think as a market, discounting has gone up with the online stores.
What pricing does is, it makes you think about the book.
(ebook) The Immortals of Meluha: The Shiva Trilogy 1
Book or movie is a personal choice so you download it only if you like it. Low pricing may remove a mental barrier that you have towards trying a book and not make you download a book that your friends had told you was bad. Internet has democratized the market especially for people like me. These were actual readers reviewing my book.
The Shiva Trilogy
This method of reviewing has become more effective today. On the other hand, social media has turbo charged word of mouth marketing of books. You put up your review of a book on Facebook and to friends of yours will read it.
Most of my marketing in the initial days happened through the digital space. Even for my third book, we made a Youtube trailer film and it got shared around quite a lot generating a lot of views helping the sale of the books. We also published the first chapter and sold it in stores.
It was also available on my website as downloadable sampler of the book. Previously, samplers used to be excerpts in newspapers and magazines which were provided only for writers who were part of the elite. If you were not a part of the elite then the doors were closed for you. With internet, I could put my first chapter free of cost on my website as a sampler. Internet is a fantastic anti-authoritarian and democratic tool. Then authors will be able to self — publish without the help of a publisher.
When Gutenberg invented the printing press years ago, the world thought of it as a threat. Some people resisted it. Looking back, it frankly seems stupid. The key benefit was that printed books made knowledge more widely available at a much cheaper price.
You can accept or resist change but it is bound to happen. You have to adopt to change.
Would Indians readers pay for it? In music, piracy is a major problem.He lives in Mumbai. For items not readily available, we'll provide ongoing estimated ship and delivery time frames.
In an e-book, we can provide much more like maps, links giving a reading experience that is richer. But like I mentioned before, the e-book market in India is too small. E-books are also more readily available.
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