Evesham, (PressExposure) February 06, 2012 -- This freshly produced and launched E-book looks to be quite the popular book, with a variety of information on offer, ranging from simple maintenance guides and comparisons of BBQ's to the history of the barbecue and food recipe tips. The book has a large audience, it has a wealth of factual information that could help potential buyers of barbecues as well as those who own one already and just want some simple maintenance and food cooking tips.
The book is currently being distributed for free, rather than other similar books in this market which charge for their recipes and information. Offering the book for free is a good move both as an author and for the consumer, it shows confidence in the product and the willingness to help others for free; something which readers will instantly recognise and connect with.
The author of the book, Scott Morris provided a few words on the book; "We've opted to release this book free for download on our website along with a select few other distributors; the reason for this is mainly down to audience and not profit. We aren't out to make money on this, but simply provide a service and information to help those people who are considering buying a barbecue but aren't sure what they require. As well as this, there is a wealth of facts and guides that can be of use to those who already own barbecues; especially in regards to maintenance, cooking and events."
As the book will be published and available to download on the BBQBarbecue website, the user will also be able to view the barbeques that are on offer and available to purchase. The website is laid out in a simplistic fashion putting emphasis on user friendly navigation and usability; along-side this layout is a secure payment system allowing users to purchase with a variety of methods in a safe online environment.
James Cook, Web Admin at BBQBarbecues commented on the new book; "It's a great addition to distribution channels and our website as it will benefit anyone who is interested in barbecuing. Not only this, but it might have the effect of increasing barbecue garden parties in the spring and summer next year; that is definitely an upside for everyone!"
BBQBarbecues are an associate of the Plumbworld Network and this year have seen sales increase dramatically over the summer period as they continue to expand and improve the range of products and services on offer. Plumbworld was an early pioneer of online trading, started by James and Anita Hickman in 1999 and was sold to the Grafton Group PLC in December 2006, Plumbworld now employ more than 50 people in their purpose built warehouse and offices and boast an astonishing 50 websites selling everything from hedge trimmers and multifuel stoves to bath panels and showers. The business has a turnover in excess of £18 million and is growing at more than 20% year on year.