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Wednesday, September 10, 2008


Whenever I need to buy something new, I like to use price comparison websites, to find the best product for my needs, at the best possible price. But lately, I've been a little concerned about the objectivity of some of these sites. After all, aren't such sites more likely to feature merchants who have paid for placement? Many of them do, but I've been lucky enough to find a unique site that finds the best products at the best prices, and does so objectively and independently. ShopWiki seeks to help shoppers, by crawling all online stores, in a way very much like the Google Bot does, when crawling the web for new pages. As a result. ShopWiki finds more stores and more bargains for would-be purchasers, than the average shopping site.

I ran across ShopWiki for the first time, when I was getting ready to buy my wireless router. I knew absolutely nothing about wireless routers, but was able to find a decent one at a good price, thanks to ShopWiki. I was originally torn between getting a Belkin router or a Netgear router. But after checking out ShopWiki's excellent guide to wireless routers, I discovered a Buffalo Technology wireless router that was perfect for my needs.

Whatever your online shopping needs, visit ShopWiki before you make a final choice about your intended purchases. You won't just find the best products at the best prices, but lots of information to help you make an informed decision about your purchases. Check it out today!

1 comment:

Dragonstar said...

Sounds useful! I'll go and have a look now.