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half.com vs. amazon for selling books?

January 24th, 2007 at 05:14 am

It seems that most bloggers have been selling books successfully on half.com. I wonder if anyone has tried both half.com and amazon --or if you've read anything indicating that one site has certain advantages over the other when it comes to selling. Any ideas, folks???

4 Responses to “half.com vs. amazon for selling books?”

  1. threebeansalad Says:

    Wondering the same thing myself! I've only used half. So far, so good, but I'm curious about Amazon.

  2. LdyFaile Says:

    I've only used Amazon and even that's been a while so I'm not sure if what I remember is still correct. I know nothing about half.com and selling. Amazon accepts all payments so I don't have to process anything. They cut a check like every two weeks so if you sell just one book or five you get paid at once. They take out a fee of I think 3% for payment processing. You list for free for like 3 months then it goes away. Hmm that's all I can remember. I really liked listing there I just don't have anything to list anymore.

  3. Amber Says:

    I just sold a book on Amazon and according to them payment shall be received with in 7 days, however, I listed the book at $50 and their fees were $9.69 for commission and a credit of $3.49 for shipping so I am due a total of $43.80

  4. wendy Says:

    half.com has smaller comission

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