Bookvault

Description

=Sell your books with ease=
With the Bookvault plugin for WooCommerce, you can create and sell your products in minutes, leaving you with time to focus on the things that matter, writing and marketing your work!

=How does print on demand work?=
Printing your book on demand is simple, you can simply store your book in our digital warehouse, providing us the files and specification. Once everything’s been approved, your book is ready to be printed and dispatched in some cases as little as 24 hours.

We believe you should be in control of your content and how it’s produced, so with Bookvaults state of the art production facility you can choose from 7 different bindings, 5 interior stocks and an endless list of sizes, that means no matter what your book is, whether it be a landscape full colour Children’s book, a creamy mono novel or even a special edition hardback, it’ll only produced once you have a sale in just a single copy!

=How does Bookvault work with WooCommerce=
Once you’ve installed the Bookvault plugin, you can create and add titles through the Bookvault dashboard. These will then be available to sell through WooCommerce and your WordPress store.

When you have an order, an order will mediately be placed on Bookvault, with it being printed and shipped within 3 working days.

Screenshots

  • Manage your titles
  • Track orders
  • Upload products to your store

Installation

  1. Install the WooCommerce to your WordPress website
  2. Install the Bookvault plugin
  3. Activate the pluin
  4. Create your free Bookvault account
  5. Create your books and upload files
  6. Push your book to your store
  7. Sitback and watch Bookvault handle the rest

FAQ

Find our latest FAQ’s here: https://bookvault.app/faq

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Changelog

1.0

  • First release