BARNES AND NOBLE HACKS!!!
How to Locate a Book in a Barnes & Noble Store
I was a relative nobody beyond a blog that gets a million-plus page views per year , I had a not-so-unique storyline young writer goes on road trip to find new American Dream , and, of course, no one reputable or even disreputable had published the book. So the marketing strategy was a big blank. People would only see it online, through social media channels. No one was going to see it on the shelf in a store, flip it over, read the cover blurb, and buy it. Or could they? I had one idea. I told myself at the beginning that making money off the book wasn't important; reaching people who needed the story was the most important thing.
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It sells a variety of books in categories ranging from children's books to cook books. There are a several options when it comes to searching for a particular book. Figure out the category of the book. Find a book by the title. If you know the title of a particular book, you can ask the store's associate to locate the book for you. The associate will direct you toward the area or section in the store where the book can be found. You can also search for the title of a book on one of their computers located in many sections within the store or ask the cashier behind the desk to search their computer database for their title.
But appearances can be deceptive. Perhaps this is what it means to be a bricks-and-mortar retailer in Not so much. Once the dominant player in US book retailing , the chain, which ironically in its time put countless private, neighborhood booksellers out of business, is suffering as the new big beast, Amazon , swallows its business. Sales have been on the slide for 11 years; even online sales have fallen. Dozens of stores have closed.