Facebook, Amazon, and Other Tools

October 2010
Book Publishing Report;Oct2010, Vol. 35 Issue 10, p12
Trade Publication
The article reports on the usage of Amazon, Facebook, and other social networks or online tools in bookselling in the U.S. Survey indicates that most booksellers use electronic mail (e-mail) newsletters and Facebook. Internet serves as a common tool for booksellers to help a customer find a book. Results suggest that booksellers use any tool or measure just to keep their stores open.


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