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KINDLE UNLIMITED KENP PAGES READ JANUARY, 2016
The KENP pages read rate has reached a record low, paying $0.00411 per page in the United States.
That’s a drop of 11% from the December payout. That’s a substantial change for just one month.
But it’s a drop of 29% from the first month of Kindle Unlimited v2 from July’s $0.0058 per page rate. That’s a much larger drop when put in the long-term perspective.
However, there was also a record high set in January, 2016, with the KDP Select Global Fund reaching $15 million.
That’s a rise of 11% over December’s Global Fund.
And it’s a rise of 30% compared to July. This means that Amazon is paying 30% more money in Kindle Unlimited (and Amazon Prime) royalties than when v2 started.
The KENP per-page rate has consistently dropped, while the KDP Select Global Fund has consistently…
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