Let’s start today’s post by saying that I am not impressed by the data I collected at the end of the first day post-Bookbub. The day’s earnings were lukewarm at best, something I’ve achieved by myself on a good day without any promo.
At the moment, ranking for The Lost Centurion have disappeared from its Amazon page, but the last time I checked, it was lingering at #40. I will add the latest ranking as soon as I have it.
Amazon Downloads: 1,865
Amazon sales: $38,11
I’ve realized only now that The Lost Centurion is still available through Smashwords and not D2D, while the rest of the Immortals series is sold wide through D2D.
Smashwords Downloads, data from the last three days: iTunes 1,575, Nook 1,032, Kobo 35. Frankly, those numbers have pleasantly surprised me. I didn’t expect the promo to be so successful wide. This is definitely uplifting and mitigate what I said a few sentences ago, at the beginning of this post.
D2D Sales: 105.74 – 95.39= $10.4
Reviews received on the day after the Bookbub: 3 – ranging from 5* to 1*, bringing the total number of reviews to 213, with an average of 4.2 out of 5.
I’ll post again tomorrow with a final report about this promo.
Amazon ranks reappeared:
Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #36 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
- #1 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Romance > Paranormal > Vampires
- #1 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Romance > Paranormal > Angels
- #1 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Romance > Paranormal > Ghosts