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Some of the thrift stores in my area decided to start covering the printed bar code on the back of books with their own price tag.
During a single two-hour book flipping scouting trip, I picked up 25 flips with an average sale price of about $11 (that’s $275 worth of books), for which I paid $31.25. Initially . . .
Original Comment: January 10, 2017 Thank you for keeping us up to date on all of Amazons changes. Your last article regarding long tail books was very
Original Comment: May 3, 2017 Found this article to be quite helpful in offering highly useful tips for book buyers scouting the thrift store market.
I get a lot of questions from new booksellers asking me if I have any ideas on how to earn money fast so they can start a bookselling business.
Amazon fee increases continue to squeeze small sellers as the Internet giant continues it's march toward world domination. Does this sound familiar?
Original Comment: July 15, 2016 As a fairly new Amazon seller who has been selling on Ebay for years what is my best course of action in regards to FBA?
Is Amazon planning more draconian changes for FBA sellers? Since 2010 Amazon has unleashed a barrage of policy changes that have had devastating consequences for small sellers on its platform.
With FBA Amazon can make it quite difficult to manage multiple ASIN's that trigger long-term storage fees. This is especially true when you begin accumulating a large FBA inventory.
Hunting for thrift store finds to sell on Amazon can make some beginners jittery because they're not used to scouting in such a public place.
Every once in a while Amazon sellers are thrown a deal that can sometimes seem like it's too good to be true. It appears that…
After several years of downsizing my business, I have once again decided on scaling up a warehouse operation. Personal issues involving my health and important family matters forced me to scale…
Peter Valley is a book sourcing expert and is well-known for his ability to find valuable inventory in places most booksellers overlook. I’m pleased to have made his acquaintance and
There are many creative home based business ideas and it’s impossible for any one person to know everything there is about a particular industry. Therefore, I’ve decided to reach out to other experts
Original Comment: March 5, 2015 I'm a Single mom of 3 and can say this information is so appreciated. If I start and make some money it's helping me
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