Great for those $5 Sales During the Slow Times to Cover Labor Costs
Flip & Scan eBook Cards take up a little of your Point of Purchase space with over 100 books you might not of carried before. At Salem House Press we are bringing back best sellers of times gone by that did not make it onto the Summer Reading or College Level Course lists. Guaranteed winners that have proven themselves already! Also, we have our new books and the classics we are all used to. If you do not see a classic book in our catalog, give us a week and we will have it ready for sale! Just check the book against the current public domain list.
How do they work? The customer buys the card for $5 (wholesale $2.25) flips it over and scans the QR Code by snapping a picture on some phones and others by using one of many free QR Code reading apps. From there the customer is brought to a web page where they download the eBook format for their device. That simple!
Who can Sell Them? Anyone. From the Independent Bookstore who does not have the extra floor space to try new books and best sellers from times gone by to the teashop, smoke shop, record store, boutique, convenience stores, grocery shops, or gift shop! Anybody! Anyone who wants to make money…
Gum, People Magazine, Candy, or literature…
Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, The Complete Tales of Conan the Barbarian, Jane Eyre, Pride and Prejudice, She, Sherlock Holmes; any of the classic we have a Flip & Scan eBook Card for you. Also, we are bringing back the books from classic movies like Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, The Amazing Adventure of Ernest P. Bliss, Gone with the Wind, Wizard of OZ, Arsenic and Old Lace, Harvey, Topper, and more! Plus we have new titles like Sub Rosa (The history of how Salem MA shaped the nation’s history from the Federal Reserve to the Light Bulb), Salem Secret Underground: The History of the Tunnels in the City, Universal Man (Biography of Leonardo da’ Vinci and his times), Burnt Toast and Oranges: The Miss Adventures of the Salem Love Psychic (An inspiring tale from one of Salem’s MA oldest psychics), Murder on the Common (Part of The Sinclair Narratives where everyone’s favorite immortal Henry Sinclair solves the murder of the most infamous murder of the 19th century that inspired Poe and the game Clue), Tales from Mr. Pelinger’s House (Illustrated Adventures within the home with its own wormhole through time), and Arkham: Tales from the Flipside magazine (Short illustrated fiction quarterly features the best in classic and new Scifi, fantasy, and mystery.).
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