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The BookThinker Newsletter
#17, 26 April 2004
Hard Times Ahead
for eBay Sellers?
For booksellers, few things have been as controversial or met with as much disdain as eBay's recent category rollback. Is this the end of bookselling on eBay as we've known it? Before you jump ship, here are several things to consider.
Making A Stand
How to Beat the eBay System
Beating the new eBay system may or may not be possible, but if you've decided to stay and aren't sure about how to proceed, here's a list of suggestions.
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Three Packaging Tricks
Okay, we're not exactly magicians at BookThink, but here are three packaging tips you might not have thought of.
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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
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