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Congratulations to Niche Bookshop & Comics in Huntingdon, crowned Caboodle Bookshop of the Month for September. They've won a luxury hamper of food and wine for their excellent bookshop profile promoting their acoustic nights and Bookshop Day plans.
Caboodle is your one-stop-shop for local marketing, helping you communicate with thousands of booklovers – for free! Here's how you could win next month's Bookshop of the Month award and hamper:
All offers will appear on the Caboodle, National Book Tokens, Independent Bookshop Week and Books Are My Bag websites, and are emailed to Caboodlers near your bookshop.
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Check out our winners from the past year.
"We upload all of our events to Caboodle to ensure we reach as many people as possible, it's quick, simple and effective."
"Caboodle is very easy to use and it's amazing to see the stats on reach of the emails and customer interactions. It's a great tool for promoting the range of events at the bookshop."
"We think that Caboodle is a great resource for booksellers. It’s simple to use and a brilliant way to reach a wide range of book lovers!"
Do you think you could be our Bookshop of the Month? Upload your offers and events to Caboodle, and update your bookshop profile.
"The events are easy to load, the site looks very friendly and welcoming to customers, and gives a welcome boost to our profile".
"We find Caboodle a great way to reach out to the book lovers in our community".
"[Caboodle is] a quick, easy and effective way to reach a wide and varied audience."
"[Caboodle is] an easy way for us to market our events and offers!"
"Caboodle is a great way to advertise the offers we have throughout the year."
"With it being Black History Month, using Caboodle was a great way to publicise our events and introduce new people to our store."
"With so much happening, Caboodle gives us a quick and easy way to publicise all of our author events."
"We have quite a few events, so it’s been useful bringing this to a wider audience."