Photographic Evidence Proves Cash4Books Does Exist!
Cash4Books.net, the mythical company that loves to give away real money for books, has just been discovered on Flickr! Long thought to live only in the overpasses and tunnels of the Information Super Highway, this company now appears to exist in the physical world as well. Just look at these pictures!
Captured in the wild!
Cash4Books even appears to have a reception area for customers!
Cash4books even allows its employees to take breaks!
The employees are working too hard be photographed!
There are tons of pictures on Cash4Books’ Flickr page! Rumor has it that the account will be updated on a regular basis with brand new photos. So, check the Flickr page often–you can even add Cash4Books as a contact!–to see what’s happening the office and warehouse.
Hi everyone! Here is our latest Cash4Books.net promo in case you know anyone with textbooks. Pass it on!
Regular readers of this blog may remember this post from a few months back–the one where we unleashed our first Decorate-A-Box Contest. Some of you may be curious to find out who won the contest. Unfortunately, we didn’t have a winner. Actually, we…um…didn’t have any entries.
Boy, were we embarrassed.
At first, we thought that no one knew what we were looking for, so I was asked to decorate some boxes. I think they turned out well.
In this example, I used sharpies and white-out to create an idyllic wintery scene.
Joan (who also blogs here) asked for a Christmas zombie box. Well, I couldn’t turn away from that challenge.
But my favorite is this festive Cthulhu dressed as Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer. I think I’ve captured the Christmas Spirit very nicely.
It’s a shame that no one entered the contest. We were all very excited to see how creative people could be.
Recently, I had the opportunity to interview with the Music Maven on Blog Talk Radio, Musician Edition. We had a great discussion about the history of Cash4Books.net, what kinds of books we buy, and also a little about our Book Arrival Alert system that we have on MKZbooks.com. Also referenced in the interview is our fundraising blog post. The interview is 30 minutes. You can listen by clicking below:
And, here is what the Music Maven (Deborah) has about the interview: Attention Independent Artists! You have no idea what’s lining your bookshelves . Tune in to learn how to sell books to raise the funds for advertising, web hosting, marketing, posters or whatever you or your band needs to buy. I’ll be interviewing Jim Smith, Founder and CEO of MKZbooks.com and Cash4Books.net. Jim is going to share how you can raise cash through the sale of books!