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Selling Used Books Online, The Complete Guide to Bookselling at Amazon's Marketplace and Other Online Sites

Creator: Stephen Windwalker | Business & Economics - 2002-03

Publisher: Harvard Perspectives Pr



165 pages

The home-based bookstore, start your own business selling used books on Amazon, eBay or your own web site

Creator: Steve Weber | Business & Economics - 2005-10-31

One of the most profitable, low-risk ideas for home businesses is selling used books online. Readers will learn everything they need to know to start this lucrative business part-time and then work as little or as much as they want.

Publisher: Stephen Weber

About this book
Want to know the most profitable, lowest-risk idea for your home business? It's selling used books online, which is growing 33 percent annually, according to a November 2005 study by U.S. publishers. Learn how to start your business part-time, then work as little or as much as you want. This step-by-step guide, written by one of the most successful and highly rated sellers on Amazon.com and eBay, includes everything you need to know: -- Where to find books Find books in your own neighborhood to resell profitably to a worldwide pool of ready buyers. Get the best sources for valuable used books at low prices. -- Where to sell Learn how to list your books to sell at the best price on Amazon.com and eBay, and even your own Web store. -- Which books to buy What to look for in fiction, nonfiction, and collectibles to resell at the highest profits. -- Grading and pricing your books How to describe and price your books. Learn what buyers are looking for. -- Handling customers Tips on handling online book buyers. See the author's time-tested scripts for responding to customer issues. Learn how you can get and maintain high feedback ratings. -- Fulfilling orders Easy-to-use ideas for storing, organizing, and shipping your books and handling returns. -- Automation tools Maximize your efficiency with these tips on automating your business. Automatically notify customers about shipments, and print postage to ship your books without leaving home. -- Taxes and legal requirements How to register your business to obtain the proper permits and be exempted from paying sales tax on your inventory. -- Exclusive list of wholesale book distributors Exclusive profiles and contact info for 32 wholesaledistributors of used and new books. Order inventory at up to 90 percent off retail, shipped right to your door. About the author: Steve Weber started his home-based bookstore as a hobby in March 2000. Two months later, he quit his day job to sell used books full-time on Amazon.com and eBay, using his one-bedroom apartment in Virginia as warehouse and shipping depot. In the meantime, he has sold more than $1 million of used books to buyers in all 50 states and 31 foreign countries. In this step-by-step guide, Weber tells you how he took $80 in savings to buy his first batch of books, then invested the profits to build a successful business, and how you can too.



402 pages

Strategic Management, Competitiveness and Globalization, Concepts

Creator: Michael A. Hitt, R. Duane Ireland, Robert E. Hoskisson | 2010-01-01

Let's be clear—Amazon did not create the digital book. E-books have been available for several years, but access to and use of e-books has not been necessarily easy. But, with the development of the Kindle ...

Publisher: South-Western Pub

About this book
Introduce strategic management concepts using the market-leading text that sets the standard for the most complete, relevant presentation. Written by highly respected experts and prestigious scholars, Hitt/Ireland/Hoskisson's STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT: COMPETITIVENESS AND GLOBALIZATION, CONCEPTS, 9E provides an intellectually rich, yet thoroughly practical, analysis of strategic management concepts today. This unique text is the only one to integrate the classic industrial organization model with a resource-based view of the firm to give readers a complete understanding of how today's businesses use strategic management to establish sustained competitive advantage. The authors present cutting-edge research and strategic management trends within a strong global focus, using memorable examples from more than 600 companies. A wealth of learning features, CengageNOW online tools, and an electronic business library further help you prepare students to face the broad range of issues confronting mangers today.


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    I have owned a Kindle for several years now. I have had the 2nd generation Kindle and I have had the Kindle Keyboard. When my mom expressed interest in getting a Kindle I decided to give her my Kindle Keyboard because she doesnt have Wifi in her house and my older Kindle Keyboard had 3G, which is what she needed. And I decided to buy the Basic Kindle for myself because (1) I didnt want to wait for the Paperwhite to come out and (2) I just needed Wifi and (3)and most importantly I JUST WANT TO READ A BOOK, not listen to text-to-speach, or go shopping on Amazon, or listen to music, etc. All I want to do is read a book...thats it! This Kindle is perfect for that. Its smaller and lighter, the pages turn faster than the Keyboard version, it basically has everything I need to download a book and read a book with a much better price than the Paperwhite or Keyboard. Yes, you have to navigate through the keyboard on this kindle with a 5-way controller, but I rarely use the keyboard... 5/5 Tricia L - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Kindle, 6" E Ink Display, Wi-Fi (Electronics) I have owned a Kindle for several years now. I have had the 2nd generation Kindle and I have had the Kindle Keyboard. When my mom expressed interest in getting a Kindle I decided to give her my Kindle Keyboard because she doesnt have Wifi in her house and my older Kindle Keyboard had 3G, which is what she needed. And I decided to buy the Basic Kindle for myself because (1) I didnt want to wait for the Paperwhite to come out and (2) I just needed Wifi and (3)and most importantly I JUST WANT TO READ A BOOK, not listen to text-to-speach, or go shopping on Amazon, or listen to music, etc. All I want to do is read a book...thats it! This Kindle is perfect for that. Its smaller and lighter, the pages turn faster than the Keyboard version, it basically has everything I need to download a book and read a book with a much better price than the Paperwhite or Keyboard. Yes, you have to navigate through the keyboard on this kindle with a 5-way controller, but I rarely use the keyboard... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , September 25, 2012

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    I travel for work. More and more, I find myself leaving the Kindle Fire at home and traveling with just an e-ink Kindle. So when I broke my Kindle 3, I decided to replace it with this entry level Kindle (without special offers).What's good:* Smallest, lightest e-ink Kindle available.* Still has the page turn buttons!* Like all the e-ink Kindles, this thing has amazing battery life.What's just OK:* Only 2GB memory. More is better. Then again, after two years of buying books I'm nowhere near filling this thing up.* Text entry using the 5-way switch works, but that's about all. I'm surprised it works well enough that I can't consider it a negative.What's not so good:* The lighted cover costs nearly as much as the Kindle! Anyone thinking of picking up this Kindle and the lighted cover should look at the new paper white models with integrated frontlight.The new Kindles look awesome. But they... 5/5 Aaron Ueland (Marysville, WA USA) - See all my reviews, September 6, 2012
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  • Things Mother Used to Make A Collection of Old Time Recipes, Some Nearly One Hundred Years Old and Never Published Before

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    This book really is about things mother used to make

    For those of us interested in history, or perhaps simpler more organic ways of doing things, this will prove a interesting and entertaining read. This book really is about the way our mothers used to do things. It's full of recipes, heavy on sweets, rolls and cakes. ( There is a Jelly Roll recipe in the book I am destined to try.) The book is also chalked full of tips on preserving meats and veggies. Needless to say some of the recipes use some old terminology, like soured milk, but if you have any questions about that a simple google search will produce the desired results with instructions as to soured milks. The real joy for a history lover comes in some of the old household tips. For instance the book lists early potpourri ideas as " ways to remove offensive odors from the home" It suggests sprinkling coffee over hot coals from the fireplace. That would work! It also says sugar burnt on the fireplace shovel purifies the air. ( May have to try that and see... 3/5 Kindle Junkie - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Things Mother Used to Make (Kindle Edition) For those of us interested in history, or perhaps simpler more organic ways of doing things, this will prove a interesting and entertaining read. This book really is about the way our mothers used to do things. It's full of recipes, heavy on sweets, rolls and cakes. ( There is a Jelly Roll recipe in the book I am destined to try.) The book is also chalked full of tips on preserving meats and veggies. Needless to say some of the recipes use some old terminology, like soured milk, but if you have any questions about that a simple google search will produce the desired results with instructions as to soured milks. The real joy for a history lover comes in some of the old household tips. For instance the book lists early potpourri ideas as " ways to remove offensive odors from the home" It suggests sprinkling coffee over hot coals from the fireplace. That would work! It also says sugar burnt on the fireplace shovel purifies the air. ( May have to try that and see... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , February 3, 2011

    Old-time Cooking at its Best!

    0 4/5 Amazon Customer (GA, USA) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Things Mother Used to Make (Kindle Edition) I only gave this book a 4-star rating because the formatting is not very good for Kindle; everything's the same-size font and line after line. But the recipes would get 5-star ratings because they are very old recipes that you don't see every day. Since when have you seen a Huckleberry Dumpling recipe, or filled cookies, Old-time Gingersnaps, or recipes for Butterscotch that include "This is very nice when cooled on snow?" There's Beef Stew with dumplings (not the southern-style, ladies)and for the fun of it, there's Crust Coffee and Coffee Jelly. LOL Cool! What-d'ya expect for free?! 0 Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , April 18, 2011

    Love This Book!!!

    This is the most interesting book! The recipes call for ingredients like molasses, lard, butter, etc. - all natural foods.In the back of the book there are some housekeeping ideas such as this one: = Dish Washing Made a Pleasure:"First of all, remove all refuse from the dishes. Place them near the sink, large plates at the bottom, then the smaller ones, then saucers. Have a large pan full of very hot water. Make a good soap suds by using a soap shaker. Wash the tumblers and all glassware first, and wipe at once. Use a handle dish cloth (which can be bought for five cents), for these, as the water will be too hot for the hands. Wash the silver next. Have a large pan, in which to place the clean dishes, cups and bowls first. When all are washed pour over them boiling or very hot water, and wipe quickly. Pans and kettles come last. Always have a cake of sand soap or a can of cleaning powder, for scouring the pie plates and bottoms of kettles. It is very little work to... 5/5 Teresa Jones (HENRICO, VA, US) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Things Mother Used to Make A Collection of Old Time Recipes, Some Nearly One Hundred Years Old and Never Published Before (Kindle Edition) This is the most interesting book! The recipes call for ingredients like molasses, lard, butter, etc. - all natural foods.In the back of the book there are some housekeeping ideas such as this one: = Dish Washing Made a Pleasure:"First of all, remove all refuse from the dishes. Place them near the sink, large plates at the bottom, then the smaller ones, then saucers. Have a large pan full of very hot water. Make a good soap suds by using a soap shaker. Wash the tumblers and all glassware first, and wipe at once. Use a handle dish cloth (which can be bought for five cents), for these, as the water will be too hot for the hands. Wash the silver next. Have a large pan, in which to place the clean dishes, cups and bowls first. When all are washed pour over them boiling or very hot water, and wipe quickly. Pans and kettles come last. Always have a cake of sand soap or a can of cleaning powder, for scouring the pie plates and bottoms of kettles. It is very little work to... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , January 17, 2013


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    6/5 from Jenn @ Back Off My Books

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    Decent, inexpensive, entry-level tablet

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    A 4.5 star tablet (Updated)

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    Has some nice new features, but I'm glad I kept my 2012 KFHD too!

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    Decent, inexpensive, entry-level tablet

    This is the next-generation Kindle Fire HD but with an updated operating system and new features, a redesigned shell (with the power and volume control buttons more readily accessible) and the power adapter included rather than as a separate $19.99 accessory. And all of this at a great price. When you consider the formerly separate cost of the adapter, you'd have spent $80 more just a couple of months ago for almost the same tablet.NOTE: This is the base model of the three models that Amazon is shipping this year: the Kindle Fire HD, the Kindle Fire HDX, and the Kindle Fire HDX 8.9". Despite what I wrote above, this model is not really the successor for the Kindle Fire HD; it's the successor for the Kindle Fire. The successor for last year's Kindle Fire HD is this year's Kindle Fire HDX. I think a lot of reviewers are missing that point because of Amazon's unfortunate naming conventions. See http://www.amazon.com/review/R2KVHBC7NMNOGU for my review of the Kindle Fire HDX... 4/5 NF (Pacific Northwest) - See all my reviews, October 2, 2013

    A 4.5 star tablet (Updated)

    First off, I would like to say this tablet is a great deal for just $139.99. I tried finding a tablet for under $100 that would just work properly, and to let you know, it's impossible. Secondly, I want to tell you how I decided to buy this tablet.I first bought the 9 inch Dragon touch tablet for 78$ but to be blunt it sucked. It was so slow that the web browser would always freeze, even if I did a simple Google search. I did not want to take a chance with it anymore and returned it after 2 days of using it; then I decided to give the kindle fire HD a chance.Exterior: The exterior is well built. No loose pieces, and the plastic is very firm. My previous cheap tablet had plastic that felt it was going to snap if you held it too hard. Of course the iPad mini has a glass screen and aluminum body, but it also starts at $329. There are 2 ports: a micro usb and a headphone jack to plug in your headphones. The nice thing is that the micro usb is universal and finding... 5/5 The Amazon team, October 4, 2013

    Has some nice new features, but I'm glad I kept my 2012 KFHD too!

    This new KFHD replaces last year's basic Kindle Fire. Although it has some cool new features, it lacks a camera, microphone, and HDMI port. For this reason, I'm glad I kept my 2012 model since it does have these 3 features! Here are my initial impressions of the 2013 Kindle Fire HD: I like the placement of the on/off & volume buttons. Being on opposite sides makes it unlikely to hit the wrong one. I never cared for the carousel (this is what you see when you turn your Kindle on and it contains all the books & apps you have recently accessed), and now there's an option to have favorites showing on the home screen instead, and the apps/books can be rearranged to your liking. I was very surprised that web pages can no longer be placed in the favorites bar (which is now being called "home"). I don't know why Amazon removed this option, and we also are unable to have the last accessed web page appear in the carousel. But you can still bookmark your favorite web pages &... 4/5 MarkM - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: Kindle Fire HD 7", HD Display, Wi-Fi, 8 GB - Includes Special Offers (Electronics) First off, I would like to say this tablet is a great deal for just $139.99. I tried finding a tablet for under $100 that would just work properly, and to let you know, it's impossible. Secondly, I want to tell you how I decided to buy this tablet.I first bought the 9 inch Dragon touch tablet for 78$ but to be blunt it sucked. It was so slow that the web browser would always freeze, even if I did a simple Google search. I did not want to take a chance with it anymore and returned it after 2 days of using it; then I decided to give the kindle fire HD a chance.Exterior: The exterior is well built. No loose pieces, and the plastic is very firm. My previous cheap tablet had plastic that felt it was going to snap if you held it too hard. Of course the iPad mini has a glass screen and aluminum body, but it also starts at $329. There are 2 ports: a micro usb and a headphone jack to plug in your headphones. The nice thing is that the micro usb is universal and finding... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , October 4, 2013
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    Ultra-fast web browsing over built-in Wi-Fi
    Robust e-mail and calendar support for Gmail, Outlook, and more
    1280x800 high definition LCD display with over one million pixels
    Fast 1.5GHz dual-core processor


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    Amazing new Kindle is nearly perfect except for ads in the non-ad version

    So far, I love my new Paperwhite Kindle. I've been using an aging keyboard Kindle 2, waiting for a version with a built-in light like this. Amazon really got it right with the light on this one.The high resolution screen is noticeably easier to read, and the user interface is well thought out.The form factor is also an amazing improvement. I like the tactile feel of the Kindle's back, although I'm awaiting shipment of Amazon's leather case because I like to take my Kindle everywhere and this device feels small and delicate, and I've liked the old Amazon leather case on my old Kindle.The one thing keeping me from giving this product a 5-star review is a software issue that really irks me: I paid the extra $20 to have a Kindle without advertising, yet the entire bottom half of the home screen in cover view is taken up with Amazon's recommendations for me to buy new books. This is advertising, and it is totally unacceptable in a product that costs... 4/5 Chad Bush (Tucson, Arizona) - See all my reviews, October 7, 2012

    Excellent Font Resolution, Love the Light, and Great Overall Experience

    I have been using the Paperwhite exclusively for reading for two weeks now vs. my other Kindles, and I am writing this review from the perspective of being a long-time Kindle user vs. someone brand new to the Kindle experience as well as in direct comparison to the Kindle Touch, which the Paperwhite replaced.From an overall standpoint, and considering everything you get (compact e-Reader,touch screen, lighting system), the Paperwhite is a very good e-Reader. I am amazed at how much smaller these e-Readers can become with each new generation yet still not feel like you're losing anything from a "feels like a book" experience.To address the reading experience, I wasn't sure what to expect with the display. Needless to say, the text on the screen is much more crisp than any of the other version of an e-Ink Kindle I have used, and just to ensure I wasn't being biased I put the Paperwhite next to a Kindle 3 / Keyboard, a Touch, a "regular" Kindle, and a Kindle DX... 5/5 The Amazon team, October 10, 2012

    Better resolution and a new lighting system combine for an exceptional e-reader

    OVERALL USEThe reading experience on the Paperwhite is excellent. The Paperwhite is much more enjoyable to use than the or the , thanks mostly to the display (more on that below). The Home button from the Touch has been removed, and you now navigate to the menus by touching the top of the screen. Like the Touch, there are no physical page turn buttons. If you want to advance the page, you either swipe, or press the middle/right hand side of the screen (most of the display area is set up to advance the page). To go back a page, you press anywhere on the left 20% of the screen. To access the menu, you press the top 10% of the screen. Contrast for the display can... 5/5 Michael Gallagher (Houston, TX) - See all my reviews, October 1, 2012
    List Price: $179.00
    Read for weeks without charging - Kindle Paperwhite can be read for up to 8 weeks on a single charge
    Glare-free screen - unlike a tablet, the Paperwhite display is easy to read in bright sunlight
    Thin and light - hold comfortably in one hand for extended periods
    Read without eyestrain ? unlike a tablet, Paperwhite projects light inwards, not out at your eyes


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    Kindle Fire HDX 7", HDX Display, Wi-Fi, 32 GB - Includes Special Offers

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    List Price: $269.00

    Front facing HD camera for taking pictures or Skype video calls.
    Live on-device tech support is just a tap away with the new "Mayday" button
    Ultra-fast web browsing, built-in OfficeSuite, robust email and calendar support for Gmail, Outlook, and more
    Exclusive 7" HDX display with exceptional pixel density (323 ppi/1920x 1200), plus powerful 2.2GHz quad-core processor


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    Kindle Wireless Reading Device (6" Display, U.S. Wireless)

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    Kindle Me!

    Update May 2013:I have used my K2 literally every day since getting it over four years ago. It's showing it's age a bit from all that usage and I'm starting to get nervous that one day it's just going to give out on me all of a sudden. I'm so attached to this model that I have recently purchased a used K2 in good condition, instead of buying a new Kindle as a backup. I love having the keyboard and buttons for quick, no-fuss access to things, and I like that the info such as book title, location number, battery status, and wireless status are always displayed on the screen, which isn't true on the models after this one.If you're not a touch screen fan (like me) or don't have a lot of money to spend, then getting a good condition used K2 on ebay or elsewhere might be the way to go. Kindles of this age might be having battery problems (mine was only holding a charge for a couple days until I got a new battery), but you can purchase replacement battery kits online... 4/5 Robin L. McLaughlin (Seattle, Wa.) - See all my reviews, February 25, 2009

    Kindle 2 : First Impressions from a Kindle 1 owner

    On the one hand I love my Kindle 1... I use it everyday, I subscribe to my favorite newspaper, I mark up my books with annotations, highlights and bookmarks.On the other hand my Kindle 1 annoys me... unintended page changes, the awkward way I sometimes have to hold it to keep from hitting buttons, the sometimes slow page refresh, and the screen freezes that now has me traveling with a paper clip lest I need to do a reset while commuting on the train.I've had the Kindle 2 in my hands for almost a day and have carried it on one commute. What follows is my "first impressions" review of the Kindle 2 from the perspective of an owner of the original K1. What's different, what's better and what's worse?5 big things I immediately noticed as different:First, when taking the K2 out of the box I immediately noted that the back cover is not easily removable (if at all) and won't slip off in my hands - as was frequent with the K1. The keyboard is... 4/5 P. Inhofer - See all my reviews, February 25, 2009

    The Dinosaur & the Kindle

    I am not a gadget girl. I am not an early adopter. I am a dinosaur. I am in love with books. I like the feel of them, the smell of them, and I am a passionate supporter of independent booksellers. I am the last person in the world who would buy a Kindle. However, Amazon likes me. They gave me a Kindle 2 as a reward for services rendered. Well, who would turn that down?Here's the shocker... I LOVE it! I can't even believe how much I love my Kindle. A friend of mine wrote a detailed critique of the first Kindle, and I have to say that the new design is a vast improvement. Aside from being slimmer and sleeker, there are plenty of places to hold the device comfortably without activating any functions. The screen is easy to read off of, and I honestly believe that I can read faster on a Kindle than I do with a traditional book. I'm not sure why. Faster page turns? What I can tell you is that it's exceedingly comfortable and easy to read off the Kindle anywhere,... 5/5 Susan Tunis (San Francisco, CA) - See all my reviews, May 6, 2009
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Duality Kindle 3G Covers

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Protect your Kindle or other 7" tablet in style with this durable folio cases from Caseable! This abstract fractal design wraps front to back around the case and can be customized with your name subtly hidden on the front cover! The design of these covers allows use with most e-readers and small tablets up to 7.8" x 5.25". Some common tablets and e-readers that should fit: Kindle Keyboard (7.5"x4.8") Kindle Touch (6.8"x4.7") Kindle 4&5 (6.5"x4.5") Kindle Paperwhite (6.7"x4.6") Kindle Fire (7.5"x4.8") Tablets that will not fit include: Kindle Fire HD (either 7.0 or 8.9") iPad Mini If in doubt, please check the manufacturer's specifications for your device before ordering.
Price: $$47.95

Kindle Custom Monogram Grey Lime Chevrons Kindle Folio Cases

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Customizable monogrammed Kindle case with elegant charcoal gray, bright lime green and white retro and chic chevron zigzags stripes pattern. Personalize this case with your own initial to create a truly unique case. Contact us to request a color change.
Price: $$46.95

Antique Brown Leather Embossed Book Design Kindle Keyboard Cases

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Gorgeous antique brown leather embossed book design for your kindle cover. I like it best with orange or black but pick anything that makes you happy! Looks like you are carrying a real book! I love making unique designs and covers for the eclectic in all of us!
Price: $$48.95

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