San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) July 30, 2012
Knoji, a rapidly growing consumer knowledge base, introduces consumer review coverage of the textbook rentals market. The aim of the company's textbook rental reviews is to provide people with objective reviews and ratings of popular textbook rental websites written by fellow consumers.
With the growing number of college students who would rather rent textbooks than purchase them, the textbook rental market is expanding rapidly. New book rental sites appear every day. As a result, the market is getting flooded with low quality companies offering substandard services, and it can be difficult for the consumer to find the best place to rent textbooks. That’s why Knoji is offering only objective and unbiased reviews written by real people. All the different textbook rental websites are easy to compare, which makes it easy for the consumer to make the right choice.
Knoji provides the opportunity for people to browse comprehensive textbook rental sites reviews. All reviews are written by actual consumers and include ratings based on a number of criteria, such as products and services offered, customer feedback, business credibility, prices, return and refund policies, and more. Readers who have used textbook rental websites like Chegg and Bookrenter can leave their own reviews and ratings to help others get the most recent information about the service provider. In addition to that, visitors can go to the textbook rentals reviews Forum section, post questions about different companies and get first-hand information from other consumers.
Another benefit of the Knoji textbook rentals consumer reviews is the coupons and discounts that are listed along with the book rental reviews. These promotional codes offer exclusive discounts to Knoji visitors that are not available anywhere else on the Web. The deals come directly from the textbook rental companies and provide great money saving options. These discounts are especially handy for students who are on a tight budget and need to rent their textbooks as cheaply as possible.