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11 Jun

Sign Up for the June 20 Marketing Meetup: “Offering Printing & Publishing Services to Your Local Community”

In this Marketing Meetup, the last in a three-part series presented by IngramSpark, booksellers will hear from two independent bookstores that offer printing and publishing services to local authors.

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11 Jun

NSA Highlights Danger of New Windows Bug BlueKeep

This bug is being used to infect systems with ransomware; it represents a critical security vulnerability to all Windows systems released in the past 18 years.

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10 Jun

Ci7 App: Make Your Own Schedule

Among other functions, the app allows users to access the Children’s Institute schedule along with full session descriptions, and then create their own customized agendas.

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07 May

POS Vendor Anthology Offers New Credit Card Processing Solution

Credit card processing company Clearent provides secure processing across all Anthology configurations, including Classic, APC, and RDS.

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20 Mar

IndieCommunication: A Webinar, Conforming With CCPA Rules, and Identifying Fraudulent Orders

The most recent issue of IndieCommunication invites readers to participate in a webinar on custom orders, make sure their site conforms with CCPA rules, and be aware of fraudulent orders.


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05 Feb

IndieCommerce Institute Provides Valuable Interactive Learning Experience

“There’s so much to IndieCommerce that training programs like the institute can help booksellers get to the next level and more fully utilize the site’s capabilities,” said Eileen McGervey of One More Page Books.

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30 Oct

Now on BookWeb: ABA Webinar on ADA Compliance

ABA’s new webinar “Web Accessibility and Your IndieCommerce Site” features tips booksellers can use to apply Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) guidelines to their IndieCommerce and IndieLite websites.

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19 Oct

ABA to Offer Webinar on ADA Compliance for IndieCommerce, IndieLite Websites

In the October 25 webinar, booksellers will learn how to implement the guiding principles of digital accessibility by reviewing and decoding the federal Web Content Accessibility Guidelines.

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16 Oct

Sign Up for ABA’s Webinar on ADA Compliance for IndieCommerce, IndieLite Websites

In a new ABA webinar on Americans With Disabilities Act website compliance, booksellers will learn how to apply federal Web Content Accessibility Guidelines to their websites.

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10 Oct

“Talk to ABA”: BTW Highlights Interactive Elements of Redesigned ABA Website

ABA’s new, improved website features interactive resources booksellers can use to better communicate with the association and other booksellers, including new ways to submit information about store changes.

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02 Oct

ABA Launches New, More Interactive Version of

ABA recently redesigned its website to provide bookseller members and its other constituents with a more dynamic, cleanly designed online hub for resources and information.

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26 Sep

BTW Checks in With The Book Catapult After One Free Year of IndieCommerce

“Our IndieCommerce website is something that, even if we didn’t have it for the year we were so generously given for free, we would have paid for anyway,” said The Book Catapult’s Seth Marko.

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01 Nov

With Podcasting, Indie Bookstores Take to the Digital Airwaves

When it comes to expanding their brand, some independent bookstores are looking to a rapidly growing media trend: podcasts.

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25 Apr

Tips for Safer Computing

ABA Systems Administrator Josh Harding shares a few tips to help improve the stability of your computer and keep sensitive information safe.

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05 Apr

IndieLite Now Available to ABA Members

After extensive testing, IndieLite is now available to ABA members looking for a simpler, less expensive e-commerce solution.

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Independent bookstores act as community anchors; they serve a unique role in promoting the open exchange of ideas, enriching the cultural life of communities, and creating economically vibrant neighborhoods.




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