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Calling all online booksellers

April 27th, 2006 at 10:02 pm

What do you all find that sells well on the internet? Is Half.com better than ebay? Do hardback romance books sell, or money books, or cookbooks? What would you all suggest? Thanks!

4 Responses to “Calling all online booksellers”

  1. lrjohnson Says:

    What surprised me is looking up book prices based on the books ISBN. Now if I'm getting rid of the book, I'll look up the ISBN on half.com, and find out if it's worth selling on hal.com or not. For me, unless I'm gonna get $5 or more, it's not worth it, because of getting to the post office, packaging, mnoitoring sales. Take a few books of your shelf and run the ISBNs, and it might help you.

  2. boomeyers Says:

    Thank you! Great suggestion!

  3. contrary1 Says:

    I sold books a few years ago on Amazon, used their price suggestions and did great.
    Currently, I listed half my books on Amazon & half on Half.com. Only sold 2 books and 1 PC game so far, since January.
    I did manage my acct this past week and lower prices on everything on Half. Immediately sold the game.
    I don't choose what books I have to sell............I get these free, so I'm not able to decide what to get in the first place.
    If you find the magic formula.........do share

  4. Joe W Says:

    If you just want some quick cash for your books without the hassle of listing them, you could just check into the web site ebookdrop.com. You enter the book's ISBN number and they will let you know if they want the book or not. If they accept it they tell you how much they will pay you for it. Granted you could get more money if you sold it yourself (or not if no one wants it) but with this option you're guaranteed some money, and it costs you nothing at all - they pay shipping all you have to do is print out the shipping label they generate for you on their web site, you put your book(s) in a box, scotch tape the shipping label to the box and then drop it off at the post office. It's simple. They'll pay you either with a money order or they deposit the money in your PayPal account if you have one. About 9 months ago I went through about 50 books and they accepted 15 of them and I got a check from them for $56.

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