@ChristianSchmitz If you don’t have $299 for the videos, you could wait for a sale and grab them with discount...
@ChristianSchmitz And per video would certainly not be $10, but more $99, so three make it worth to buy the whole collection.
Two bad assumptions Christian. Let's do some more assumptions. What about I don't value them as you do? What if I don't care about the videos as important to me, but I just wished to help, the business and the users, at the same time? What if, besides being a developer, I'm an expert in marketing (including digital) that worked for years in the field?
In another thread we discussed about Udemy, have you experienced buying ENTIRE COURSES of the thousand subjects there? I do have access to dozens of bought courses, tutorials, etc from MANY SOURCES including Udemy, including 3 I bought and NEVER watched because lacking time to do so, but I wished to get that content at that time, and the price wasn't significant to avoid doing it. We call it impulse sales . When you buy something, because you see a good offer by a not significant price, you just buy it for your collection of "to watch later". We are talking about pricing things in the range of beers, sandwiches, pizzas, coffee; not Apple HomePods. The concept of In-App transactions to buy upgrades in software came from the same human behavior analysis, from a certain value up (hard to define) people just give up a sale not valuing an item as much the seller, but if you break the price in some modular way, given a good value for very good price, people will buy it and later many will buy the upgrades. You converted the zero sales to significant sales. We live in the world you give games away for free, completely usable, fun, etc; but if your game character wants to have a Ferrari, you must call the in-game inventory panel and buy him one for $0,99. This way some changed $1000 sales of $9,99 priced games to $100000 sales of $0,00 priced games, continuously, after the first sale, because more people will be impacted, and people return for more, not significant priced items, they don't care to spend in a blink. Don't get me started about MP3 and music world again. :D That's the current world, live it as it is, or lose opportunities without even noticing it.