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Sorry, flash is not available. Download episode mp3 Check out show archive. This article shares tips from the newest episode of Dealista , our podcast that'll help you get more for less. A few weeks ago, Sasha wrote a great article about where to find books for less. Here are 17 more places to buy, sell, or trade books. PaperBack Swap lets you trade your books with others online. Post the books you are willing to swap.
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We tried about a year or so ago which ultimately failed. The issue with their site is no one uses it or knows about it — unlike eBay, Half and Amazon. There is just not enough traffic on that site to generate enough sales — unless your listing tens of thousands of books and make up the sales in sheer volume of inventory. If you can wait it out and see if it gets better you should. We did not generate our first sale until after 40 days. Just did not make good business sense for our business model to continue on that platform. Of the few books I have for sale, there is no point dealing with yet another site to try to sell them on.