New Ingram Service Assists Direct Orders to Publishers
- Call it value-added forest products. Monson, Megan // Oregon Business Magazine;Feb99, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p18
Focuses on the success of the Web distribution site of Ingram Book Co. based in Douglas County, Oregon. Number of book titles carried by the site; Efforts of county officials to lure the company to open its plant in the area in 1994; Ingram's reason for relocating to the area; Expected effects...
- Ingram's iPage Adds Ordering Function. Milliot, Jim // Publishers Weekly;2/9/2004, Vol. 251 Issue 6, p8
Deals with the launch of an additional ordering function to the electronic business Web site ipage of the Ingram Book Group in February 2004. Publishers that took part in the initiative; Features of the added service; Significance of the service to the company.
- M&S rolls out international online ordering facilities. // New Media Age;10/17/2002, p4
Reports on the launch of the international online ordering service by retailer Marks & Spencer company on October 18, 2002. Countries where the ordering service will be available; Significance of the launch to Marks & Spencer.
- Ingram to help literacy efforts by booksellers. Summer, Bob; Milliot, Jim // Publishers Weekly;4/11/1994, Vol. 241 Issue 15, p16
Announces the Ingram Book Company's launching of Reading Connects, a merchandising program designed to help booksellers in providing books for new adult readers. Target market; Contact information.
- Ingram, PMA launch program to aid small publishers. Kinsella, Bridget // Publishers Weekly;8/4/1997, Vol. 244 Issue 32, p24
Announces Ingram Book Company's launch of a program called Ingram Express. Cooperation of Publishers Marketing Association; Aim of including publishers with fewer than ten titles on the Ingram database; Numbers of publishers meeting criteria; Ingram requirements; Advantages to small publishers.
- Audio campaign II: The sequel. // Publishers Weekly;10/6/1997, Vol. 244 Issue 41, p34
Notes that Ingram will join publishers for an experimental audiobook promotional campaign in October, 1997. Locations for campaign; Publishers involved; Increasing audio awareness.
- No Place Like a Home Page. Zeitchik, Steven M. // Publishers Weekly;1/4/1999, Vol. 246 Issue 1, p54
Provides information on marketing of books through the Internet. Advantages of online marketing; Suggestion on how to make an effective online department; Comments from online marketing specialist Larry Chase.
- Online Ordering: Making Its Mark. Heller, Anne; Lorenzen, Elizabeth // Library Journal;9/1/1999, Vol. 124 Issue 14, p153
Reviews several Internet library vendors. How librarians are purchasing books for libraries online; Ingram's iPage; Baker & Taylor's TitleSource II; Brodart's Bibz.com; Blackwell's Collection Manager; Yankee Book Peddler's GOBI; Features of each; Searching capabilities; Ordering. INSET:...
- New web sites: Hyperion, Ingram and more. Reid, Calvin // Publishers Weekly;5/20/1996, Vol. 243 Issue 21, p17
Announces the launch of publisher and publishing-related web sites. The site launched by Hperion featuring colorful graphics and lavish promotional designs for monthly titles; The showcasing of books; Other information, including tours and a searchable database of Hyperion titles; The unveiling...