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  • Making too much money too quickly

    While e-retailer Biblio is quite happy with large leaps in sales, executives are taking a step back to ensure their strategies are focused on the right areas.

    Posted 08/16/2006Mark BrohanPost a comment

    While e-retailer Biblio is quite happy with large leaps in sales, executives are taking a step back to ensure their strategies are focused on the right areas.
  • Tower Records launches online bookstore

    Continuing recent efforts to expand its reach as a multi-channel retailer, Tower Records has introduced an online bookstore with more than 500,000 titles at Tower.com, the company said today.

    Posted 03/29/2006Mark BrohanPost a comment

    Continuing recent efforts to expand its reach as a multi-channel retailer, Tower Records has introduced an online bookstore with more than 500,000 titles at Tower.com, the company said today.
  • Abebooks turns the page on European expansion

    As Abebooks enters its second decade as a web retailer, the company is relying less on third-party reseller agreements and more on international expansion, organic growth and site upgrades, says CEO Hannes Blum.

    Posted 02/01/2006Mark BrohanPost a comment

    As Abebooks enters its second decade as a web retailer, the company is relying less on third-party reseller agreements and more on international expansion, organic growth and site upgrades, says CEO Hannes Blum.
  • / Technology

    Bookseller Powells.com’s redesigned site focuses on sales

    Powells.com, an independent bookseller, tomorrow will launch a redesigned web site which will feature a best seller list that updates hourly and reorganized literary content, says Arielle Gronner, brand marketing coordinator.

    Posted 06/30/2005Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Powells.com, an independent bookseller, tomorrow will launch a redesigned web site which will feature a best seller list that updates hourly and reorganized literary content, says Arielle Gronner, brand marketing coordinator.
  • / Technology

    Biblio’s book selections more than double in year

    Asheville, NC-based Biblio.com, a marketplace for sellers of used, rare, and out-of-print books, reports that its listings have exploded to 20 million titles from 9 million a year ago. Biblio.com represents 2,850 used booksellers in 24 countries.

    Posted 06/10/2005Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Asheville, NC-based Biblio.com, a marketplace for sellers of used, rare, and out-of-print books, reports that its listings have exploded to 20 million titles from 9 million a year ago. Biblio.com represents 2,850 used booksellers in 24 countries.
  • No more bookstore rush for some college students

    The traditional rush at college bookstores starts more than a month earlier when students buy textbooks online, reports Follett Higher Education Group. Efollett.com is testing same-day and next-day delivery from delivery service Ensenda.

    Posted 09/15/2003Kurt PetersPost a comment

    The traditional rush at college bookstores starts more than a month earlier when students buy textbooks online, reports Follett Higher Education Group. Efollett.com is testing same-day and next-day delivery from delivery service Ensenda.
  • / Press Release

    eCampus.com Amasses Record Inventory of Textbooks

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Brent Tuttle Vice President of Marketing Work: 859/514-5204 Cell: 859/983-2729 Email: btuttle@ecampus.com Leading online college bookstore increases inventory five times and lowers prices for Fall rush. LEXINGTON, KY - 13 August 2002 - In the world of online bookstores, in-stock means fast delivery. Boasting a $10,000,000 in-stock inventory of new and used textbooks, leading online book seller eCampus.com is poised...

    Posted 08/14/2002

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Brent Tuttle Vice President of Marketing Work: 859/514-5204 Cell: 859/983-2729 Email: btuttle@ecampus.com Leading online college bookstore increases inventory five times and lowers prices for Fall rush. LEXINGTON, KY - 13 August 2002 - In the world of online…
  • / Technology

    BN.com adopts new search-and-browse technology

    Barnes&Noble.com introduced the Endeca-powered BookBrowser, which incorporates a browsing function with Barnes&Noble`s proprietary categorization intiative.

    Posted 05/28/2002Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Barnes&Noble.com introduced the Endeca-powered BookBrowser, which incorporates a browsing function with Barnes&Noble`s proprietary categorization intiative.
  • / Marketing

    Japanese online booksellers replicate book browsing online

    Two major Japanese online booksellers are deploying RealRead Inc. technology to allow web shoppers to browse books just as they do in a store. They will test seven books online between now and Christmas.

    Posted 12/05/2001Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Two major Japanese online booksellers are deploying RealRead Inc. technology to allow web shoppers to browse books just as they do in a store. They will test seven books online between now and Christmas.
  • Largest campus bookseller will tie into campuswide web networks

    Follett Higher Education Group, the largest operator of campus bookstores, has agreed to integrate its online bookstores with Campus Pipeline, which offers a web platform that ties many aspects of campuses together.

    Posted 10/30/2001Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Follett Higher Education Group, the largest operator of campus bookstores, has agreed to integrate its online bookstores with Campus Pipeline, which offers a web platform that ties many aspects of campuses together.

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