Want to join a blog on the fine art of

Here’s what we want to offer. A permanent spot on our front page under a list of a few ‘Contributing Writers’ with a link to your own blog or website. Also within each post another link back to your web presence. We will be aggressively marketing this blog and will strive to create substantial readership […]Read More

Would you like to add some more time to your

As anyone who has described his first few hundred books knows the chore of creating a nice listing comes down to a few book specific notes followed by a handful of stock phrases used over and over again. There are some quite simple tools that can turn “solid binding, text is clean and unmarked, dust […]Read More

Give away your books on Facebook

Here’s a tip for getting a little exposure in your community. I hope your store is listed on Facebook, it’s a great place to get some free exposure. We’ll be doing an article on them shortly but for now let’s assume you have a free account there. What you can do is join any neighborhood […]Read More

Controlling a mixed Online and In-Store book inventory

We often read the question, “I keep my online books mixed together with my in-store only inventory and often misplace books”. It can be frustrating selling a nice book online only to not find it anywhere in your store, and not only frustrating but downright expensive, especially if you fall below a listing site’s fulfillment […]Read More

Phone Numbers for Abe.com and eBay

This list was put together by Joyce Godsey at The BiblioPhile Bullpen. Joyce also sells superior products for book dealers at Sic Press – worth a visit. *********************** Useful phone numbers for booksellers and online retailers: Abebooks.com Phone number – USA and Canada 800-315-5335 / other 250-475-6013 / 250-475-7575 / UK 44-211-7117069-40 sellertech@abebooks.com ABooksearch.com 831-728-4881 […]Read More