Say someone who is super detailed (such as myself) wrote an eBook that was actually helpful with specific information rather than the same useless rehashed drivel that you see in 99% of ebooks. I could sell it, but I don't know how to set up accounts or write good copy or any of that other bullshit. Would a market ever exist where I sell you the rights and source code to the book and then you can put your name on it, market it, sell it exclusively, do whatever you want with it, and I legally relinquish all legal rights to it? Is that what is meant by "Master" resale rights? Where the seller can no longer sell it? Could that happen? How would one arrive at a price? I know when you sell a business it's usually 6-24 months' worth or profit. How would you arrive at a price for an eBook? Hypothetically speaking. I'm just wondering. I have an ebook. It's not "ZOMG GROUNDBREAKING GONNA CHANGE TEH WORLDSSSS!!!" but it's specific and exact and shows you EXACTLY how to do something, no bullshit, no fluff, no feelgood bullshit, no affiliate links. Just background info, screenshots, specific no-room-for-interpretation instructions, and that's it. It's like 60 pages. People could potentially use the knowledge to make a lot of money. I was gonna sell it myself but I'm a shitty salesman and I feel like a scum bag coming up with a landing page, so I figure I'd just let someone else do it if they want. I'm just realizing the issues with this now. How could they preview the material before buying it without making copies of it? You'd have to like meet in person. I don't even want to give away the niche/technique/genre/market/whatever. Nevermind I guess.