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Selling the Volume Retailer A Practical Plan for Success by Edwin E. Bobrow

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"Selling Retail" is written in an easy to follow, conversational tone, and is full of useful, practical advice and anecdotes that will help you to succeed in sales/5(35). Retail Book Sales “Retail” is where sales are actually made to customers. Retailers are in the business of selling books. They want books that their customers will snap up and they want to be sure that they’ll sell everything they put on the shelves, rather than being stuck with a book that sounds great but that sells only one or two copies. IF you purchased the book At Volumes, and you either can provide proof of purchase or have an buyer reward account with us, you could receive up to 40%. *A current government-issued photo ID is required* If we don’t choose to take all of your books, you are required to take them back with you. A retailer's margin is determined by the price they sell the book compared with the price they paid for the book (usually by buying it from a wholesaler like Ingram). Ingram usually takes anywhere from 10% - 25% for their services. The rest of the distribution discount (aka trade discount) is .

Authors Jeffrey Stamp and Doug Hall revealed in their book, Meaningful Marketing, that “volume per purchase is times more important than frequency of purchase in explaining the total amount that a customer purchases each year. See also, How Retailers Can Sell On Value Over Price.   Big box stores Book buyers for Walmart, Target, etc. are extremely selective about the product they take in, and focus on household names, best-selling books, and books that fit a certain customer segment (for example, Target might take books for its bridal registry). Midlist authors and books of niche interest aren't likely to get anywhere near these store buyers, but titles that are lucky. Schuler Books & Music formerly known as simply Schuler Books, is largest bookstores chains in the United States. Along with books, DVDs, and music CDs, the stores also sell food and beverages at its in store cafes. Founded in , it has since become one of the largest independent bookstores in the nation. 9.   WHAT TO SAY TO A BUYER WHEN SELLING TO RETAIL STORES (and what exact words to use) There’s a science to putting together a pitch that is both enticing and confident. Like a recipe, follow the instructions below to ensure you sound ready to land an order from a major retailer.

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