Biblio.com Makes Internet Retailer’s Top 50 Best of the Web

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Biblio.com, an online marketplace for used, rare, out-of-print, and hard-to-find books, has been listed in Internet Retailer’s 2006 Best of the Web—Top 50 Retailing Sites.

Biblio.com, an online marketplace for used, rare, out-of-print, and hard-to-find books, has been listed in Internet Retailer’s 2006 Best of the Web—Top 50 Retailing Sites. Internet Retailer announces the list each year to, “represent retailers who know their customers, understand how the web fits into a retail strategy and continually improve online shopping.”

“We are pleased to recognize The Top 50 for 2006. They reflect the best of what retailers can do online,” says Kurt T. Peters, editor of Internet Retailer. “Retailers in our Top 50 aren’t necessarily the biggest, the most profitable or the best known—they are the sites that innovate to take online retailing to the next level.

Many things have contributed to the success of Biblio.com over the last 2 years. Biblio.com is one of the few sites in the used book arena that is maintaining transparency in the transactional process, so the customer knows who is really selling them the book they are interested in. Biblio has also made strides to provide a value to customers by insuring that the sellers and titles listed on their site are quality books shipped by reputable book dealers.

“We are quite proud to be named in this list with some of the best online retailers in the business,” says Kevin Donaldson, Director of Sales and Marketing for Biblio.com. “Our staff works literally everyday to improve the way customers interact with our web site and support staff. This is an intrinsic part of our business focus, and will remain so.”

Details of the Top 50 will be included in the December issue of Internet Retailer, which subscribers will receive around December 1st. They also will be sent to all IRNewsLink email newsletter subscribers on December 5th.

Biblio.com

Biblio.com Inc. is now one of the leading sources for used, rare, out-of-print, and hard-to-find books in the world. With the launch of their online services in February 2003, Biblio.com entered a market dominated by several major companies, as well as more than a dozen smaller competitors. With substantial growth in the last two years, Biblio.com has gone from a fledgling company to becoming the third largest site of its kind in the world. Biblio.com now offers more than 30 million titles from more than 4000 independent booksellers in 31 countries.

Internet Retailer

Launched in early 1999, Internet Retailer’s goal has been to cover the Internet retailing revolution as no other publisher does. Year after year they have enhanced their leadership position as the information authority on the application of the Internet to all segments of retailing. Internet Retailer has the largest-circulation magazine and e-mail newsletters in the retailing industry—and the only ones serving a multi-channel market that includes major distribution to retail chains, catalogers and other direct merchants, web-only retailers and branded manufacturers which use the web to merchandise directly to consumers. For more information on Internet Retailer Magazine please visit http://www.internetretailer.com.

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