How to Start and Manage a Children"s Bookstore Business
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How to Start and Manage a Children"s Bookstore Business by Jerre G. Lewis

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Published by Lewis & Renn Associates Inc .
Written in English


  • Entrepreneurship,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Business/Economics

Book details:

The Physical Object
Number of Pages125
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL12271008M
ISBN 101579160751
ISBN 109781579160753

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Keep in mind that only 41 percent of a book's cover price goes to the store. The rest goes to the publisher and author, as well as the distributor that gets the book to you. To manage the operating costs of your store, you’ll need to sell hundreds of books per day. "Bookstore Merchandising Made Easy" Video A minute training program to help everyone improve displays in sections, focal point areas, windows, and service counters. Bookstore Consultin g From fine-tuning operations to improving profitability, updating the look of your store to learning the bookstore business, we're here to help you be your best.   Marketing self-published children’s books is an interesting task, different from the marketing of a regular book for one sole reason: the people buying the book are not the intended audience. How to sell your children’s book. As previously mentioned, marketing children’s books .   “Children’s books were 20%–25% of our sales at the Bardstown store,” says Kelly Estep, buyer for and manager of both the Bardstown store and Carmichael’s Kids.