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Monday, March 22, 2010

Online Book Selling - A Fair Source of Income By Frank Florence

Do you love your books and love to look up new books, read them and enjoy them as well? If you are a bookworm and love everything about books then here is one more interesting thing that you should know! You can earn some extra money by selling the books.

Yes, you can sell books if you want. It is a good business idea. With the help of the internet, you can look at the various options for book selling. There are many things you can do to sell these. There are number of websites providing an awesome sight that gives the book seller a thorough knowledge on how to find various sources to sell their books. In this way the sellers can make good income on a consistent basis.

Firstly, you should decide what it is that interests you. Then act accordingly. New books are really expensive. If you don't mind buying and reading used or second hand books, you will find that you are not alone in this business. There are many stores who deal in used books. They are cheaper than the brand new items.

Should you decide to sell used books you will need to find some that are in demand. There are different ways to buy used books that you can resell. The best way to find books that are in good condition is to go to the garage or yard sales. The moving out sales which say 'lots of books' is also a good place to look at various types of books. You could visit a thrift store for getting books cheap.

You need to develop a strategy and have a plan ready when it comes to book selling. There are different online book sellers that buy them from you. Look for some of these web sites. There will be lots of options. Some of the online book sellers do not buy books that are old or ancient. They will only buy that are published during last 5 years. The books should be in good condition and have ISBN number as well.

On the other hand, some online booksellers specialize in rear items that are old or can be a collector's item such as the first edition with the author's signature on them. If you have a knack to hunt out these kinds of books then you can earn good money by selling them who really appreciates the rare quality of the book.

You can even sell your college textbooks and get some money for that. Generally anyone who is willing to buy books from you will pay you for the book. Some of the online book sellers pay you by PayPal check. If you do the transaction in person, for example if you sell these to your junior he will pay you cash.

Book selling is a good way of making some money. You will get to spend more time with these and side by side they will help you enjoy the life by earning some money for your living!

To learn more about online bookselling, please visit: http://www.CreativeBookSourcing.com

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  1. selling old college textbooks is a great way to rack up a little extra cash. eCampus.com does a very simple buyback system where you just put in the isbn and they tell you how much they offer then they email you a packing slip and send you a check.

    Check them out here: Sell Textbooks - Sell Your Textbooks at eCampus - Textbook Buyback - Sell College Books with eCampus Textbook Buyback

  2. For my buying and selling needs I always use http://www.bigwords.com They are a textbook search engine that searches all the online textbook retailers (including amazon, half, ebay etc) and rental sites (including chegg, bookrenter etc) to find you the best prices. You can even use them at the end of the semester to search for resellers to sell your books to.

  3. It's so true...selling your books online can be a decent income that you make on the side along with a primary job. I also use http://www.bigwords.com and they've always been pretty successful. I remember being able to get about $97 for a book that I paid $114 for, which my campus bookstore was only going to give me $23 for. It was incredible. All because they search all the online textbook resellers...hence why they're able to find you top dollar. Really great site.


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