Selling Self-Published Books at Barnes & NobleThis company is not yet accredited. To learn more, see reviews below or submit your own. Keep an eye on your inbox, the lastest consumer news is on it's way! A link has directed you to this review. Its location on this page may change next time you visit. I had a horrible experience with customer service representatives via phone because they were very hard to understand BUT once I emailed them, within a few hours, I was able to get started on returning my defective Nook e-reader. I ordered a DVD from them and after it had not arrived a week after expected I contacted the company using the online chat.
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Sell Your Book at B&N
Needless to say, these book buyers are crazy-busy. Because these folks are so busy, you need to meet certain parameters for a book to be considered. For self-published authors, getting to these levels isn't easy. But remember, these levels — plus any momentum that may be gained by the in-store print presence — help build sales momentum toward potential attention from a major publisher if that's your goal. Of course, sales numbers don't tell the whole story, so even if your sales figures hit the minimums, it doesn't hurt to give your pitch a little help. Here's how:. Which means bringing a crowd into the signing.
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.
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