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New Online Book Store Debuts Today

Outer Banks Publishing Group’s new online OBPG Book Store debuts today offering its titles directly to customers at special prices.

We have pre-launch specials for new titles and limited discounts on current titles.Social Media for Business, Martin Brossman, Twitter, Facebook, Outer Banks Publishing Group

Here are some special buys:

Order a pre-launch paperback version of Martin Brossman’s and Anora McGaha’s, Social Media for Business at only $9.95.

A great buy considering books of this caliber sell for $30 or more, and Mr. Brossman’s first edition sold for $15.00 with a special discount.

Social Media for Business is probably the most comprehensive and up to date reference on  the light-speed changing world of social media.

As Mr. Brossman so aptly asks the question, “…Are you part of the conversation? The worldwide presence of you and your business is becoming of greater importance. People want to know more about you before they trust you with their money, just as we pay more attention to what “others” have said about a product than the advertised description when we consider buying a product online.”

Not Another Business Book!, William Meloche, Outer Banks Publishing Group, Anthony S. Policastro, digital publishishing, B2BAnother new title published in September is William Meloche’s, Not Another Business Book!, the true story of a cutting-edge medical device company told in a parable that reveals a simple truth – many early phase businesses are no more than one innovative deal away from solid ground.

Mr. Meloche is CEO of The William Meloche Group in Toronto and he  may be the only consultant on the planet specializing in – Business Relationship Innovation – by helping C-levels create, close and implement groundbreaking B2B relationships.

He offers a hands-on approach to “building successful B2B groundbreaking relationships,” with a true story on how he helped orchestrate a revolutionary win-win situation for a medical robotics developer and a major medical facility.

“The coup-de-eta was when I suggested to the president that he donate one of his multi-million dollar surgical robots to a major teaching hospital. The hospital became the premiere leader in surgical robotics and the developer sold more machines than he dreamed would be possible,” Mr. Meloche explained.

And don’t forget to check out our fiction titles also at special prices in October.