Vishal Info Subsidiary To Launch Book Portal CoralHub Online Service, a subsidiary of e-publishing company Vishal Information Technologies has published classics since 2006 and has a catalog of 5,600 titles. It will be launching an online book store with 3 million books, and plans to ramp it up to 60 million by September. (MyIris) It will be competing against Infibeam's recently launched bookstore, Pustak, Flipkart, Rediff Books, In.com Books, eBay's Books section and FutureBazaar Books. Pustak claims to have 20 million books, so CoralHub's ability to scale up and offer a wider variety will be crucial in this market. eBay also owns Half.ebay.com, a second hand store for books, music, DVDs and CDs. The design looks like it was done sometime early in 2000, and certainly needs to take cues on content discovery from the likes of Amazon. India Today's News…
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