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2,000 readers, $17K revenue!

The book hit 2,000 customers: more than 1,300 people paid for the book, 500 people were beta readers, and 200 developers without a job.

Since implementing PPP, I'm seeing about 30-40% of purchases take advantage of this. I'll do more research on how much this might add to make the book more affordable to people, but also generate revenue where people otherwise could have / would have not paid.

Sidenote: if you're interested in a PPP as a service, you can indicate your interest here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc-bHLMR3EyqkuzN6S72v__M5PEW8G8KyJpUm4lZlApWBrDjQ/viewform (I might build one!)

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    Interesting. I think purchasing power parity is a great idea 🙌

    You mentioned that 30-40% of purchases are now using it. Do you think those people chose to purchase because of PPP? Did your sales increase?

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