Today we reached 15,000 book sale listings for nonprofits across the US. I wanted to send a special thanks to the bookblogs.ning network.Many of you have helped with connecting us with your local libraries and we really appreciate it.Stay cool this summer and dont forget to check out your local book sales for cheap summer reads :)…See More
Hi Everyone,BookSaleManager.com is holding a survey to find out what book lovers think about our site.For those that are not familiar with our site, we are a website directory of non profit used book sales.We have been around for over 3 years, listing thousands of sales held throughout the US. We list sales for Libraries, AAUW's, Schools and Humane Societies. We are on a constant mission to improve our site to make finding book sales…See More
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I am looking for guest blog opportunities for any book related blogs. I am looking to write 100% unique content (no "spun" or duplicated articles) on any of the following topics: Book salesUsed Book StoresFriends of the library topics (National friends of the libraries week is October 16-22, 2011)LibrariesBook CollectingDiscount booksUsed BooksFrugal living – finding cheap entertainment in used books, DVD’s, CD’s If you are interested in one of those topics (or something similar) let me…See More
Hi everyone,I just wanted to spread the word that BookSaleManager.com is in the Pepsi Refresh project! We are looking for a grant to help raise awareness of non profit book sales. With the increased publicity, these used book sales will see increased patronage and as a result increased funds generated from the sales!You can vote for us daily in the month of May at the following link.…See More
Introducing the newly redesigned BookSaleManager.com
In celebration of our 1 year anniversary, the team at BookSaleManager.com is proud to introduce our newly redesigned site. This latest version is packed with exciting new features that will let users find, share, and save booksales like never before.
Here are some of the exciting new features:
• New Design: We have completely redesigned the look and feel of our site. Over the past year we have received a lot of wonderful feedback from many of the 17,000 unique visitors that came to our site. We have taken that feedback to heart and redesigned the site to have a better look and feel. This redesign represents our commitment to listen to our users. We hope you like it, and if you don’t, let us know why.
• New Account Options: We have implemented two new account features that many users requested.
1. Outlook Support: You can now export sales to your Microsoft Outlook calendar. We are also looking to add other calendar support in the near future.
2. GPS Support: You can now export our database of sales to your GPS devise so you can find sales while on the road.
• New Sharing Options: Find a sale you want your friends to know about? Now you can easily share any sales with your friends on Facebook, Myspace, and Twitter. You can also easily tag sales with Digg, Delicious, and a host of other sites.
• Google Map and Directions: Every sale listed on our site will now be fully integrated with Google maps and directions. All listings will show the location of the sale via Google maps directly within the page. Also, below the address for each sale is the option to quickly and easily get step by step directions from any location.
During our first year of operation our site has seen tremendous growth. We listed over 11,000 sales and received over 17,000 unique visitors. With our new design, are building on this strong foundation. In the coming year, we plan to introduce even more exciting new features in our never ending quest to provide the preeminent booksale search experience on the internet.
Any blog posts or links from the book blogging community are greatly appropriated. The awareness of the site helps promote booksales that benefit local nonprofits tremendously.
BTW, how has your FB fan page performed? Do you think its yielded positive results?
I recently started my own FB fan page for my latest project, Martin's Ghost. As I've just started promoting this project, I find myself spending most energies promoting the project website and not the FB fan page. After all, the fan page is intended to support the project and not the other way around. However, that focus has meant the fan page has not received much attention. It seems a bit of a conundrum.
I'd be interested in any experience or input you can share from your own experience.