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New Website Launched to Help Libraries Advertise their Book Sales
Many Libraries across the nation use book sales as a way to raise money for their local libraries. Booksalemanager.com is a new, free website designed to help libraries advertise their sales.
Booksalemanager.com offers an array of powerful features libraries can use to list and promote their sale. “What really sets us apart is our account feature. At Booksalemanager.com, libraries can create a free account where they can list, edit, and manage their sales. Creating an account gives libraries the option to change their sale information without going through a middle man. This gives libraries more flexibility and control, which is a feature we feel they will appreciate,” stated designer Ryan Landrum.
The site also features a robust search and notification system designed to make it easy for customers to find, track, and be reminded of sales they are interested in. Customers can search for sales by various criteria including zip code, state, sale size, and date range. They also have the option to create their own free accounts where they can save sales to their personal calendar.
Creating accounts also gives customers access to our notifications system. This system gives customers the ability to be notified via email when new sales in their area are listed. “We feel notifications are a powerful way for libraries to connect with customers. Once a library lists a sale on our site, any of our customers in their area will be instantly notified via an email alert. It’s a powerful network we are building to really add value for libraries” added Ryan.
Booksalemanager.com is a completely free resource for libraries. There are no hidden fees for creating accounts or listing sales. “We aren’t trying to bait and switch libraries or people searching for sales. Accounts are free, listing sales are free, and notifications are free. Our revenue comes from ads placed in a non-intrusive fashion. We feel this really creates a win-win for everyone. Libraries have a free resource to advertise and customers have a powerful new search engine to find sales,” concluded Ryan.