Sell that stock!
Over 30,000 books are on line at O’Donoghue Books web site, built by Trafika
Online Book Shop
Trafika provides book sellers with their own e-commerce web site, and an easy way to keep your site in sync with your stock list.
Do you sell new, used or rare books?
If so we can get you on line and near the top of Google quickly and afordably.
No need to spend money on SEO or Adwords. Our sites are structured to get you near to the top of Google naturally.
Heres what our customers say:
“My site is quite complex – it currently has
30,000 books on it and room for expansion to infinity, and my books appear at the top of Google! It works a treat.”
Sean O’Donoghue, O’Donoghue Books. November 2010
We build you a modern, clean looking e-commerce web site, and set it all up for you.
Easily keep you site in sync with your own stock list.
No software to buy, and nothing to install on your computer.
Run your site with no computer knowledge. Its as simple as typing!
We sort out the hosting, daily backups, and all the general technical maintenance. Easy!
For more information or to arrange a vist call or email our managing director Charles Smith on 01544 318 118 or email to: [email protected]
What our Customers Say
‘Trafika have supported and developed St Giles Trust’s website for many years. We have remained with them as we have found their service to be professional, tailored and flexible. We are not particularly experienced in IT issues so especially value the way that Trafika guide us through the techno maze with patience and good humour.” – Tamsin Gregory, Head of Communications, St Giles Trust
“Trafika’s ability to speak in a language that we can understand has been a major factor in our successful partnership and we look forward to many more years of growth and fun under the guidance of Charles and his team., Damian Doherty, Features Editor Drug Discovery World. (email sent Aug 2010)
“Charles, Your help has been greatly appreciated.Thanks again. It is not easy to find professionals, such as you, who care about their clients”. Kind regards, Maryann Butler, Primrose Hill Press. (email sent June 2010)