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Aug 15, 2000
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MightyWords Digital Best Sellers by Unit vs. by Revenues: Some Startling Titles (and Page Counts)

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MightyWord’s Top 5 best-selling digital titles are completely different when you look at them by unit sales vs. by total revenues generated. But one fact stands out -- both lists boast titles with page-lengths you might not think people would want to print out. The longest best-seller by units was 550 pages while the longest by revenues is a hefty 1,120 pages. We guess when people really want content, they don’t mind printing their brains out!

MIGHTYWORDS 5 BEST SELLERS BY UNIT (Aug 15, 2000)
1. A Glimpse of Heavenly Miracles; $2.50; 25 pages
2. What Men Know That Women Don’t; $4.00; 550 pages
3. Pain, Pain Go Away: New Hope for Those with Fibromyalgia;$3.00, 23 pages
4. A Simple Mirror: The Vision of Rush; $3.00; 57 pages
5. Annie: Diary of a Bad Girl; $9.95; 178 pages

MIGHTYWORDS BEST SELLERS BY TOTAL REVENUE (Aug 14, 2000)
1. How to Build an Internet Service Company (2nd ed.) $38.00; 270 pages
2. Grasmick’s TN Handbook for Canadians -- How to Work in the US Under NAFTA; $145.00; 581 pages
3. Access 2000 Developer’s Handbook, Vol 2: Enterprise Edition; $59.95; 1120 pages
4. (the eff-bot guide to) The Standard Python Library; $12.00; 256 pages
5. Business and Technical Reference on E-Commerce Solutions; $499.95; 332 pages

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