- Dynamic Pricing is a sham. New to Me books will cost me $909 but if sold separately, I can get it for $728. That and the fact that on one package I was looking at, Logos didnt even notify me that I had half the books - and it there wasn't a dynamic price. This is the equivalent of theft.
- Randy, Sorry for the confusion. I believe this has to do with a bug on the page where the buy separately price is only for resources that can be purchased separately and does not include resources in the collection that cannot be purchase separately.
- This manual is produced by an entrepreneur (www.mpseminars.com), which we sell here as a courtesy, but we also offer free training material. Below is a list to get started, and we are adding more all the time. If there is a specific feature you can't find training for, feel free to email me personally at email@example.com. Training articles and videos: https://www.logos.com/training/desktop More videos on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLXkjd_l1xkSQ5fM605M-F5xikKNGBdPvj Discussion of each new feature: https://community.logos.com/forums/t/92701.aspx
- Hi Adam. Thank you for that. But you are missing the point - or several points! 1. We should not have to pay an additional fee for a manual on how to use a program we purchased. 2. Most of us would accept that Logos would incorporate the cost of producing the manual into the price of the Logos upgrade. 3. A paper manual is ridiculous! How many trees die for each manual? Many companies have PDF versions of their manuals that can be downloaded from the internet. 4. The cost of shipping is surprising. I wonder how much it would cost to post to the manual to Australia? Please go digital! 5. Having to wait weeks for the manual is a marketing mistake. Would you buy an expensive TV / stereo system and then twiddle your fingers for weeks waiting for the manual? Of course not! B Finally, thanks again, and please pass my comment to supervisors / line managers. Grace and Peace to you.
- Dynamic Price says that this collection would only cost me 22.75 - however - having to check my library for every volume (which is ridiculous that you can't list what I don't own on dynamic pricing). I am glad I checked - because. I OWN EVERY SINGLE VOLUME.This does not reflect well on logos - and will make me not purchase anything on dynamic pricing again.
- Buying all these volumes in print - even used - would cost you $1,000. That makes $699 seem cheap in comparison (although still far too much for me).
- Well done Logos for dropping the price for all 16 volumes to $399.95. That's just under $25 a volume (or about £15-16 a volume at current exchange rates). This compares very favourably with print and Kindle edition prices for individual volumes quoted today (25th Feb 2014) on Amazon.co.uk, and even better with prices per volume on Amazon.com.