Introducing BookPal's New Bulk Books Website!

Introducing BookPal's New Bulk Books Website!

By Michelle Drucker , Aug 15th 2017

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Buying bulk books just got a whole lot easier!

You may have noticed but we recently made some improvements to our website. Not only did we create a fresh new design, but we also updated the user interface to make it even easier to buy bulk books.

We listened to your feedback and implemented some exciting new features. Here are the most notable changes just for you!

1) Mobile-Friendly Site

Browsing for products and purchasing bulk books online has never been simpler! Our new site is designed specifically with mobile users in mind. There's no more waiting for long loads, strange layouts, or gigantic images. The mobile website offers you a new way to shop for bulk books on-the-go!

2) Quick Order Tool

With the new quick order tool, you can now add multiple titles to your cart in one place. After searching for all the bulk books you need, you can add several or all your titles at once with just a couple of clicks! It's as easy as pie!

3) Enhanced Search

Our enhanced search capabilities help you find the product(s) you're looking for even faster. This means you can waste less time searching! If you don't have a particular title in mind you can view popular searches along with product matches that will guide you to the right products.

4) New Content

We've added a whole bunch of new content throughout the site, from service pages to customer reviews to product details. Scan through customer reviews, learn about our school sponsorship program, and look for additional product content and exclusives on our newly improved product pages.


Want to learn more about our website transformation? Read our featured customer story!

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Customer feedback is extremely important to us. Tell us what you think about the new site in the comments. We're always looking to grow and improve!

This post was written by Michelle Drucker, the chief of staff at BookPal. She is currently reading Radical Candor by Kim Scott.

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