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Category: Cool Sites

TitleZ – Book Trends for Publishers

TitleZ retrieves current and historic sales rank data for Amazon book titles, displaying trends in graphic and numeric form for each analysis and decision making. The product is targeted at publishers, acquisition editors, agents, marketers, and authors; it can be used to make competitive buying, selling, and publishing decisions. Learn more about how it appeals […]

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Hiking Outpost

The Hiking Outpost site blends Amazon product data pulled from ECS with camping and trail information taken from all over the web into one convenient and very useful interface. The site also uses the ECS Remote Shopping Cart.

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Connect Via Books

The new Connect Via Books site is a social networking tool built around common interests in any number of books. After registering at this site and entering in the list of books that you own, the site will let you search for other members with the same books, using your location and other options to […]

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MAB – Mozilla Amazon Browser

MAB is a Rich Web Application to search products on all 6 Amazon-branded sites (com, ca, co.uk, fr, co.jp), showing results in a handy interface, typical of desktop programs. MAB lets you search within one window without distracting you with plenty of images and texts not concerning what you are effectively looking for. MAB can […]

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Correlates.com – Compare Two Products

Correlates.com is a comprehensive shopping site that allows you to locate any two Amazon products and compare them side by side in the same window. That way you don’t have to keep switching between windows to see how the details of one product compare with the details of another.  The last 25 items you looked […]

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Book Burro

Jesse Andrews has built Book Burro, a Firefox extension to display competitive pricing information for books. The information is presented in an inobstrusive, semi-transparent popup window. In order to install this you will need Firefox and Greasemonkey. Greasemonkey allows your browser to run client-side scripts against any web page. Think of it as local post-processing […]

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