Launching a dedicated page for eBooks on Tamebay

By Dan Wilson September 9, 2014 - 7:57 am

eBooksWe’ve noticed in the past few months that we’re seeing more and more ebooks aimed directly at ecommerce sellers. Many of them are of a very high quality and we wanted to put together a page on Tamebay that will act as a depository for all this useful information. So that’s why today we bring you the new Tamebay eBooks page.

The main aim is that the ebooks we write about will have a special place to live on the site and you won’t have to go searching to find the publications you find relevant. We hope it will be a useful resource for online sellers new and experienced.

We’ve also teamed up with ChannelAdvisor to make this possible, not least because they produce such a number of high quality, ecommerce content and Tamebay has long had a good relationship with the firm.

So, we’d like to hear from you if you have an ebook that we can add to this library. We’ll obviously publish any and all that we reckon will be of use to Tamebay readers. So do get in touch if you have something we should add. All we ask is that the downloads be free of charge and ultra-relevent to ecommerce SMEs and professional online traders.

You’ll be able to find the new Tamebay eBooks page from the top menu bar on any Tamebay page.

  • Steve
    3 years ago

    Thats a great idea; I clicked on ‘everything you need to know about selling on facebook’ – I know nothing about facebook, so it would be a good read. All I got was ‘not found error 404’

    • 3 years ago

      Hi Steve, apologies it appears that the eseller site has a few links gone astray – I’ve let them know and hopefully will be fixed soon….

    • 3 years ago

      Hi Steve, believe the facebook eBook issue is fixed now 🙂

  • 3 years ago

    Good idea chaps

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