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  • Re: Logos Pricing

    I can certainly see paying a lot for resources as valuable as BDAG and HALOT because they get so much use.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Tony Thomas on Sun, Sep 5 2010
  • Re: Logos Pricing

    Well, I guess if their strategy is working, there is certainly no reason to change it. I agree that Logos has created a wonderful product and if they are continuing to re-invest in technology, I am sure that will bode well for them. Of course, if you are making money hand over fist, of course you will become a target at some point as competitors will
    Posted to Logos 4 by Tony Thomas on Sun, Sep 5 2010
  • Re: Logos Pricing

    Those are certainly valid arguments. However, Logos does offer deep discounts via its tier system and that seems to be the primary way that people buy their Logos books. If people are willing to pay more for Logos books than their print equivalents, that is good for their business model. However, I am not one of those people. From the reading and research
    Posted to Logos 4 by Tony Thomas on Sun, Sep 5 2010
  • Re: Group Buys

    Hey, that is another good idea! A frequent flyer (er...buyer) club with pretty ID cards!
    Posted to Suggestions by Tony Thomas on Sun, Sep 5 2010
  • Re: Group Buys

    Community Pricing as I understand it is for items in pre-production and is based on the actual production cost. A Group Buy would be for existing resources and is a discount off of regular price based on volume.
    Posted to Suggestions by Tony Thomas on Sun, Sep 5 2010
  • Re: Preaching School?

    Take a look at these: http://www.seminaryextension.org/ http://mmm.moody.edu/GenMoody/default.asp?SectionID=EF1D22E147B64A449AF132E4A2D60764 http://rbc.christiancourses.com/
    Posted to General by Tony Thomas on Sun, Sep 5 2010
  • Group Buys

    I would love to see group buys implemented at Logos for existing resources (rather that just pre-pubs). For example, a resource can be placed on group buy for a predetermined about of time (say 14 days). Once certain threshold is reached, a discount would be applied. For example: 25 - 10% 50 - 15% 100 - 20% 250 - 25% etc. That would be a great way for
    Posted to Suggestions by Tony Thomas on Sun, Sep 5 2010
  • Re: Logos Pricing

    I already own the print version and there is no PDF version that I know of. My reason for rebuying would be to have it in Logos format.
    Posted to Logos 4 by Tony Thomas on Sun, Sep 5 2010
  • Re: Beating a dead horse

    OK, make that a Win/Mac situation!
    Posted to Logos 4 by Tony Thomas on Sun, Sep 5 2010
  • Re: Logos Pricing

    Well, I don't think that you can compare Barnhouse's Romans commentaries to "The Di Vinci Code". Pulp paperbacks are a throwaway commodity with a limited shelf life. It has been an Eerdemans staple since 1952. And judging by the reviews on CBD and the 4.5 star rating, it seems to still be in demand almost 60 years later. I think that such works should
    Posted to Logos 4 by Tony Thomas on Sun, Sep 5 2010
  • Re: Logos Pricing

    While I agree that it does take a lot of $$$ to create an electronic version, after the work is done, the investment has been made. If the price is too high, not many people will buy it and it will take a long time to recoup that investment and make a profit. If the price is much lower, then it will sell faster and become profitable in a shorter period
    Posted to Logos 4 by Tony Thomas on Sun, Sep 5 2010
  • Logos Pricing

    Why is Logos book pricing so high? Case in point: Donald Grey Barnhouse's commentary on Romans (4 volume set). The Logos price is $94.95 (Suggested retail is $125.00). You can buy the same set in book form from CBD for $79.99! Why would the digital version be that much higher than the real books? I think that if Logos would lower their book prices,
    Posted to Logos 4 by Tony Thomas on Sun, Sep 5 2010
  • Re: Beating a dead horse

    I wish that Logos would implement a "Group Buy" model for public domain works after they have been released. That way, a bunch of people could get together and buy what they want at a greatly reduced price. Logos would get revenue and everyone would be able to get what they want at a great price. It would be a win/win situation! Tony
    Posted to Logos 4 by Tony Thomas on Sun, Sep 5 2010
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