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September 13 2012


Eurospan upgrades its online bookstore

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Ten years on from the inception in 2002, Eurospan’s online bookstore - www.eurospanbookstore.com - has received a makeover. The new look site now boasts full e-commerce capability while greater functionality enables browsers to create fine subject searches then match the outcomes to ranked bestseller lists. Many titles are discounted and there is a clear indication, in value terms, of the £ amount to be saved on each book just before purchasing. The graphics are sharp and neat and a regularly updated “slider” housing selected book jacket images makes sure that the house page is kept fresh. In acknowledgement of the growing number of international customers, additionally there is a “Select Your Language” option. Finally, maintaining true with all the practice of other leading online bookstores with whom we compete, all orders are now shipped FREE.

Now featuring greater than 130,000 titles from over 125 different publishers (up from 75 at launch), the site’s focus continues to be on academic and professional titles in an array of subjects and directed at most readership levels. In addition to traditional print books, CDs and DVDs, the site now includes digital products. Even though the initial offering in this area is modest, it really is anticipated that, by the end of 2012, more than 1,000 e-books is going to be available from a shop.

“We are delighted with what our in-house team, in conjunction with web developer Nude Web site design, has delivered” comments Michael Geelan, Eurospan’s Chairman and MD. “The upgraded store has become a far more attractive shop window for the diverse brands, as the enhanced search capability should make certain that previously hard-to-find titles will more discoverable from now on”.

About Eurospan Group

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Eurospan offers a one-stop marketing, sales and fulfilment service in Europe, Middle East, Africa, Asia and Australasia, to publishers from America, Africa, Asia and Australasia.

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