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The BookThinker Newsletter
ISSN 1547-9501

#16, 12 April 2004

BookThinker Update
19 April 2004>>>

Three Packaging Tricks
for Booksellers

Okay, we're not exactly magicians at BookThink, but here are three packaging tips you might not have thought of.

 

 


From the Editor
So, if you're interested in getting book-smart and aren't sure how to proceed, I urge you to read BookThinker's Premium Content in today's email newsletter. All BookThinker newsletters attempt to meet the need for pertinent knowledge, but this issue is particularly important becausse it details a simple, proven method for raising your bookselling IQ to a level that will almost guarantee success. Before we get to that, however, let's take a bookseller's look at the National Park System. NOTE: Gold Edition replaced regular Premium Content on August 2, 2004. Learn how to subscribe.

Selling National Park Publications
A Brief Study
National Park publications - books, booklets and brochures - can be intensely collectible, but so much of this stuff is out there that you have to pick your spots. Here's how.

How to Identify Hot Niche Markets
The Holy Grail of Bookselling?

More than ever, success at bookselling will depend on your ability to raise your bookselling IQ - to become book-smart. If you aren't sure how to proceed, I urge you to read BookThinker's Premium Content in today's email newsletter. All BookThinker newsletters attempt to meet the need for pertinent knowledge, but this issue is particularly important because it details a simple, proven method for raising your bookselling IQ to a level that will almost guarantee success.

NOTE: Gold Edition replaced regular Premium Content on August 2, 2004. Learn how to subscribe.

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BookThinker Update
5 April 2004>>>

Papyrus
And the Birth of Books

Found any ancient papyri at a garage sale lately? Probably not, but it's more affordable than you might think, and you can buy it - where else? - on eBay. In today's BookThinker Update, columnist Alison Lake explores the ancient history of this first "paper," its manufacture, present day use - and yes, gives you an idea how much you're going to have to cough up for your first fragment.

 

 

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