Textbooks and Salesmanship

Do you ever wonder what textbooks and salesmanship have in common? textbooks and salesmanshipWe believe there is a lot in common! During the course of the academic year, we buy many textbooks. That’s what we do: we purchase new and used books throughout each semester and subsequently recycle them for students. When college students buy their course materials, they are actually buying textbooks they could sell. Often, when we make purchases, we review each and every title so that we can remain aware of what professors are teaching nowadays. Professors review many books so that they can choose what text they are going to use in their class. The big stack of brand new faculty books setting on their shelf to sell may be the books they no longer wish to keep because they have made a choice. They have chosen the book they want to teach from and when they have extra books that they don’t have any use for, they may put them on their bookshelf. One such book had the word, “salesmanship,” in the title. When we have the opportunity to look through the chapters and find useful information, we will read it too! Just because we are going to resell various hardbacks and paperbacks doesn’t mean we aren’t going to read and learn something ourselves, right? Consider this useful diagram:

Textbooks Salesmanship
  1. Books.
  2. Media.
  3. Manuals.
  4. Study guides.
  5. Lab manual.
  6. Workbook.
  7. Hardbacks
  8. Paperbacks.
Students will use various media to study from. When their college bookstore sells them textbooks, that may be considered a form of salesmanship because various manuals, workbooks, hardbacks, and paperbacks are presented as documents that can be used to aid study.
Conclusion: college textbooks and salesmanship have a relationship.

When you have had time to review the illustrated table, above, please consider what faculty books and students all have in common. We welcome you to communicate and interact with us to elaborate on your thoughts about the learning process and how it relates to procurement of college and university media.


New Textbook Directory: Every Book We List

Over the years, Booksintocash.Com has become synonymous with being a website where lots of students sell textbooks. Whether you’re studying students’ books, faculty books, or technical and reference books, Booksintocash is a website that comes to mind when there is a desire to sell. The textbook directory we have added is intended to debut over the course of year 2014. You can get an idea of our directory by visiting this page: and then browsing all the books we’ve listed that are related to accounting. Do you have an accounting book you want to sell or recycle? Browse our directory and see if your book is listed there! If it is, you can click on it, read all the information about it, and then make a decision whether you want to keep it or not. Here are the topics you will find, starting with these four completed listings: AccountingAlgebraAnatomyArchitecture, and then Art, Business, Finance, and fundamental books. Then there are categories related to language, literature, mathematics, philosophy, and everything up to technology and writing. Enjoy visiting!


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