If you've ever created your own digital products how do you figure how much it's worth? How do you judge the value of your work you've just put together? I personally consider my digital products top notch when it comes to the knowledge and method behind them but it's not up to me it's up to the buyers. So I would like to know what you guys look for when you buy products online. If we can all share what we feel is quality in terms of price ranges that'll be awsome! For ex: What do you expect from a product selling for $100, $80, $50, $20, $10, $5?? I really want to push this small ebook about how to make money with adult affiliates with my method that literally would rack anyone $200 plus a day if done right. But stamping it with a huge price seems extreme even tho it's a method that would actually make you money than some bullcrap found on CB for $79.99. How can I actually sell a real product with honestly and good intentions and profit than to become scammers like most CB gurus selling useless info? But like i said. this is my opinion how i rate the "KNOWLEDGE" in my ebook. My price is $12 and im killing myself over it. I set it that way because its small compare to a more pretty and known lots of pages ebooks out there but the info is REAL VALUE i believe. In the world we live in. Do you think i should just keep my knowledge to myself instead of selling it off to people who won't appreciate it? Or should we all continue scraping and duplicating content to put books together and sell them? What do you have to do to convince someone that your method is actually YOUR METHOD and nobody else's? For them to actually pay $500 for a 10 page ebook that can make them $500 back in 1 week? is that possible? or are humans too gullible when it comes to every CB garbage?