Sell Books in Bulk With The Cash4Books Advanced Bulk ISBN Entry
Cash4Books.net is always looking for ways to make selling books easier and our latest creation is one of our best innovations so far. We have created an advanced bulk ISBN entry tool that caters to those who wish to sell books in bulk. The process is simple, fast and by far the most efficient way to start earning cash for your used books.
Great reasons for using this new tool:
- Check up to 5,000 ISBNs at one time.
- Allows you to include the quantity you have of each title.
- Accepts lists pasted directly from Excel spreadsheets.
- Easily select/deselect books you want to sell after receiving your price quotes.
How It Works
Here’s a handy step-by-step guide on how to sell books in bulk using the Cash4Books.net Advanced Bulk ISBN Entry:
> Navigate to the page
On the Cash4Books.net homepage there is a link below the ISBN entry box called “Advanced Bulk ISBN Input” that will take you to the tool.
> Enter your ISBNs
Simply paste in a list of up to 5,000 ISBNs, each separated by a new line, from a spreadsheet or csv-style text document.
- You can use the 10 or 13 digit version of an ISBN.
- If you want to check a certain quantity for an ISBN, simply add a comma or Tab after the ISBN followed by the quantity.
- The entry tool will automatically clean any extra dashes and spaces in your ISBNs so you don’t have to spend extra time with formatting.
> Price your books
Hit the ‘Calculate Prices’ button below the entry box and watch your items get priced right in front of your eyes.
- If you see a mistake in your ISBN list you can press the ‘Stop’ button at any time to halt the pricing process.
> Sell your books
After your list has been processed you will see all of the items we are offering money for listed out for you.
- Any items for which we couldn’t accept your full quantity will be highlighted in yellow for easy spotting.
- There is also an ‘Add To Cart’ option next to every ISBN allowing you to have maximum control over the books you wish to sell.
Don’t have a list of all your books’ ISBNs?
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