I was reading about BN PubIt - we do have a book we'd like to sell online. However, what is the advantage of epublishing if the "publisher" - Barnes & Noble - gets a 65% commission and the author gets the lesser amount?
Does anybody have any pearls of wisdom to help us make a decision? Maybe I misunderstood their policy? Thanks.
You've got it backward. For e-books in the $2.99-$9.99 price range, you get 65% and B&N gets 35%.
For e-books outside of that price range, you get 40% and B&N gets 60%. They clearly want you to price your e-books between $2.99 and $9.99.
(You are the publisher. B&N is the seller.)