So, about a month ago, Internet Retailer’s Top 500 Guide came out, with Biblio.com listed as the 361st largest e-commerce company in the U.S. Really not big news in and of itself, as we’ve been on the list for a few years now. The significant
The New York Times reports that in 2007, Newark, NJ “ranked last among the nation’s 69 largest cities in the number of bookstores per capita, with 15 stores for 281,000 people, or 0.53 stores per 10,000 residents.” That sounds like an irresistible call to action
Just a reminder that Biblio.com is still accepting applications from booksellers to receive a scholarship to attend the Colorado Antiquarian Book Seminar this August. Complete details are available at the previous link, but in a nutshell, we’re looking for a bookseller whose work or business
Bruce Hollingdrake has a great tip sheet over at The Bookshop Blog that helps unravel some of the mystery around getting book inventory photos online. We know this can often be a stumbling point for booksellers as they grapple with the technology that surrounds the
We’ve long meant to get a blog up and running, and the latest announcement from Biblio.com and Bibliopolis gives us the perfect scoop to get moving…. And, that scoop is that Bibliopolis, builder of custom websites for booksellers, has partnered with us at Biblio.com to
Our friends over at Downtown Books & News, a great local bookstore here in Asheville, have posted our 2007 Biblio.com holiday card for sale at Biblio.com. The asking price? $50 with free shipping. Its hard to believe its still available – at least as of
For those of you who, like us, are consummate book geeks and love your Mac, Biblio.com has released a booksearch dashboard widget – available for free to Mac users.