Offered as a software-as-a-service solution, TitleLeaf is being continually refined and enhanced. A recent addition is Collection Analysis Reporting.
Today’s publisher sells an individual title in numerous formats, be it Hardcover, Paperback, Epub, KF8, Epib, PDF, etc. TitleLeaf makes it easy to do so from one product page.
The TitleLeaf database architecture is closely aligned to the BISG ONIX standard. This enables the publisher to more easily interact with ONIX standard-compliant wholesalers and distributors.
Excerpts are TitleLeaf's analogy to Amazon’s “Look Inside the Book” functionality. It allows potential customers to sample titles online. The publisher controls the amount of pages provided in the excerpt.
BISAC data and Common Core Standard data are integrated into the database. Easily align your products to these lists.
TitleLeaf allows customers to manage multiple library processing specifications. On checkout, the customer can choose which specification to utilize, if any at all.
Add multiple products to the shopping cart at once by submitting a comma-separated string of ISBNs.
One interface to quickly navigate content and add to shopping cart.
Save groups of products, then export in a spreadsheet compliant format.
Move items from the shopping cart to a saved list.
Printing URLs (aka links) in books is a risky venture. Websites can be shutdown meaning the links are no longer valid. TitleLeaf addresses the situation by storing this bibliographic information in it's database. The application regularly validates the links. As a result, you don't need to manually do so; you simply search the database for broken links.
Errors inevitably occur. Provide a common interface for customers and employees to submit and track errata. Having a central repository eases the process of reprinting.
By default, TitleLeaf allows publisher’s to categorize their customers as Individual, School, Library, Wholesaler or Reseller. Other categories can be quickly added. Customer lists can be exported, including data such as location, purchase history, and more.
Associate downloadable guides and activities to your books. The files are accessible from the product page or from the general teaching guides page.
TitleLeaf supports the array of manners that publishers organize their products. Subject, age, grade, series, set -- it's covered out-of-the-box.
Create discount codes and coupons to help promote your products. Offer coupon codes that save customers a monetary amount or a percentage amount.
We will work with a designer of your choice or assign one of our internal designers to create a look that you love. No HTML or CSS is off-limits. You have complete control. Contact us for a full portfolio of client designs.
TitleLeaf integrates Google Analytics to assist you in keeping track of your web sales and progress over time. Benchmarking your website's performance helps you make great choices for your business, leading to more and more sales.
Potential customers must be able to find your store using search engines. With an SEO friendly CMS, TitleLeaf supports best practices like customizable H1, title and meta tags.
Allow registered users to upload MARC records. TitleLeaf will analyze the records and present a report to help users assess their library collection and to make decisions about purchases and weeding.
If a user misspells a search term, TitleLeaf will still understand. Fuzzy search is a process that locates products that are likely to be relevant to a search argument even when the argument does not exactly correspond to the desired information.
Send reminder to users of abandoned carts urging them to complete their order.
And then tinker with a live installation by yourself.