What We Do
Experience, expertise, and a passion for books For over 15 years, Bibliopolis has been building online stores and software for used, out-of-print, and antiquarian booksellers.

All of our sites are built with your entire Internet presence in mind. We work hard to generate new customers from search engines such as Google and we help you to build repeat business with tools marketing tools.

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What You Get
Top-notch customer service
The most important thing that you get is us. We take pride in our customer service and support and are confident that your experience creating a web presence will be illuminating and fun.
Security monitoring
We regularly scan our servers for PCI compliance and keep all software up to date to make sure your customers are safe.
Emergency technical support
Access to our technical support staff is available via e-mail and telephone during normal business hours Monday through Friday. We are available to all of our website clients via pager after hours, 365 days a year.
Website hosting and management
All the disk space, bandwidth and expertise you need to develop and maintain a robust, up-to-date and successful e-commerce presence on the Internet.
Search engine optimization
We optimize your website (and re-optimize when necessary) for Google and other search engines including the use of data feeds directly to these services.
E-mail services
We provide you with all the e-mail addresses that you need to support your operation and a secure outgoing mail server. Spam filtering and webmail are also available.
Website Design and Development
Bibliopolis prides itself in being able to keep your setup costs affordable. We can work within our templated framework to build a personalized website at a very competitive price.
Administration tools
We provide you with easy-to-use web-based administration tools for uploading your inventory and creating and editing content on your site.

What It Costs
Website Design and Development

Bibliopolis prides itself in being able to keep your setup costs affordable. We can work within our templated framework to build a personalized website at a very competitive price.

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If you have your own web designer, we can work with third parties as well (please have your designer consult us for cost-saving guidelines before starting a site design). Setup fees can range from $1000 to $5000 for a typical installation.

Website hosting fees (monthly)
  • Up to 10,000 Books: $115 US
  • Up to 20,000 Books: $150 US
  • Up to 40,000 Books: $175 US
  • Up to 80,000 Books: $200 US
  • Over 80,000 Books: By quote
Who We Are
Alan Green - Bibliopolis Alan
Green
Luke Lozier - Bibliopolis Luke
Lozier
Mat Jones - Bibliopolis Mat
Jones

Alan Green worked with William Stout Architectural Books where, after killing time with Mac Paint in the back room, developed an inventory management system which eventually became Bookhound.

Luke Lozier was a buyer and manager at Green Apple Books in San Francisco before setting up their e-commerce website and, ultimately, hundreds of others. He also likes to call himself an occasional poet and even publishes a poem every 20 years or so.

Mat Jones has been our primary engineer since 2001 and has tailored many technologies to the needs of booksellers. The depth and diversity of his skill set is matched only by his love of unusual, cuddly animals, of which there are plenty nearby his new home in Melbourne, Australia.

Mika Babcock - Bibliopolis Mika Babcock
Mika Babcock, formerly of Foreseeing Solutions, has been around bookselling since he was in the cradle. His father is a notable antiquarian bookseller and Mika's book knowledge reflects that. In college, he worked at Avenue Victor Hugo Bookshop on Newbury street in Boston.


Foreseeing Solutions has built a reptuation for incorporating high-quality branding and design into effective internet sales venues for antiquarian bookshops and we are thrilled to be able to bring these services to our current, and future, clientele.