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Natalie Meyers is a freelance writer and editor with more than 15 years of experience. As an English major and a psychology graduate, she worked as a teacher and a counselor. As a writer, she's covered a diverse range of topics from technology to publishing. She is an avid reader who believes that books help us become more authentic versions of ourselves. At BookScouter, she's a smart writer and an expert in all things books.

Top 7 Websites to Rent Books in 2022

All about textbooks By June 28, 2022 Last Updated on October 14, 2022 by Olivia Smith Tags: , , , No Comments

Getting a new book is always a pleasure; getting a used book is a pleasure nonetheless. However, if you like to read a lot or if you are a student starting a new semester, you may consider another option—renting. Why is it a good idea? If you need a book that you don’t plan to keep in your home library or if you need cheap textbooks that you definitely won’t be needing ever again, renting them is a solution. For one thing, it’s cheaper than buying; for another, you can use rented books and textbooks for a period of time you need—it’s an ideal option for a semester. In this article, we’ve prepared a list of the best online resources where you can rent books and textbooks in 2022.

Book Inventory Management Software: Comparative Overview

Book arbitrage By June 21, 2022 Last Updated on November 22, 2022 by Olivia Smith Tags: , , , , No Comments

Is it important to have good bookseller software? When you are just at the starting point of any retail business, inventory management for books may not seem so complicated. However, as your business scales and the inventory amount increases, it will become harder and harder to manage everything. 

Inventory management software help booksellers sell their books on marketplaces and manage inventory fast and efficiently. They track the number of items you have overall (in your warehouse shelves or other retailers and distributors); they keep the prices updated, help avoid overstocking and understocking, take care of shipping and delivery, etc. All in all, book inventory software for booksellers provides total control over your inventory and helps make wiser purchasing and selling decisions.

Top 5 Websites to Buy Cheap Books in 2022

All about books, Personal finance By June 6, 2022 Last Updated on October 14, 2022 by Olivia Smith Tags: , No Comments

If you are an avid reader, buying books can cost you a fortune. Luckily, you don’t have to buy all books brand-new (unless you do so on principle). Nowadays, there are plenty of ways to buy books on a budget. One of them is buying used books from various online sellers. In this article, we’ve prepared a list of the best online resources where you can buy books cheaply in 2022.

How to Access Book Information via ISBN: Book Databases Overview

All about books, Book arbitrage By May 18, 2022 Last Updated on August 11, 2022 by Crystal Koenig Tags: , , , No Comments

If you need to pull up book data for millions of books (e.g., from the standard information book title, author, and cover art to less conventional data such as book reviews and price info), where can you get it? By accessing a book database, obviously. In this article, we’ll review and analyze the most popular book databases (both paid and free) with relatively open APIs that can help you retrieve book information by ISBN.

College Students and Mental Health: 5 Tips to Stay Sane

Study tips By May 13, 2022 Last Updated on October 11, 2022 by Olivia Smith Tags: , , No Comments

Attending college is exciting, but it comes with many challenges. If you are a student, you are probably fighting several battles at once, trying to keep up with the workload, meeting deadlines, and managing your budget. Add the pandemic to the equation. In the midst of it all, you’re also trying hard to network and socialize. It may not sound like much, but all these extra challenges can impact your mental health. And they do—numerous studies prove that there are plenty of reasons to be more worried about the mental health of college students than ever before.

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