Textbooks.org Launches New Website for Students and Educators

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Textbooks.org announces the launch of its new website that makes it easy to find the best deals on textbooks and keep up with the latest news in the textbook industry.

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It's easy to compare prices and save money on new, used, and rental textbooks at Textbooks.org.

Textbooks.org is excited to announce the launch of its new website that makes it easy for students to find the best deals on textbooks and keep up with the latest news in the textbook industry. The website offers an advanced search that compares textbook prices from over 30 top merchants and presents them on one simple page with shipping costs and discount codes.

The launch of Textbooks.org comes at the perfect time as students enroll in courses for the upcoming spring 2012 semester. Students now have more options than ever in choosing a source for their college textbooks. It can be a confusing, time-consuming process to compare prices and shipping options for new, used, and rental books. Textbooks.org makes it easy by displaying all of the relevant options, prices, shipping, and discounts on one page. Perhaps best of all, Textbooks.org does not charge any fee for its services.

In addition to saving students time and money, Textbooks.org presents industry news and information with daily updates to its textbook blog. With topics ranging from "Renting vs. Buying Textbooks" to "The Top 5 Most Expensive Textbooks," the blog hosts important and interesting discussions for students, parents, and educators. Textbooks.org is now preparing a series of posts about local college bookstores and the unique benefits they can provide.

About Textbooks.org
Textbooks.org is a textbook price comparison website used by thousands of students to find prices on new, used, and rental college books. The website, owned by SK Creations, Inc., also features a blog updated daily with special news and information about the textbook industry.

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