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Amazon Hacksby Paul Bausch
Synopses & Reviews
Amazon Hacks is a collection of tips and tools for getting the most out of Amazon.com, whether you're an avid Amazon shopper, Amazon Associate developing your online storefront and honing your recommendations for better linking and more referral fees, seller listing your own products for sale on Amazon.com, or a programmer building your own application on the foundation provided by the rich Amazon Web Services API.Shoppers will learn how to make the most of Amazon.com's deep functionality and become part of the Amazon community, maintain wishlists, tune recommendations, "share the love" with friends and family, etc. Amazon Associates will find tips for how best to list their titles, how to promote their offerings by fine tuning search criteria and related titles information, and even how to make their store fronts more attractive. And the real power users will use the Amazon API to build Amazon-enabled applications, create store fronts and populate them with items to be picked, packed and shipped by Amazon. And just about anyone can become a seller on Amazon.com, listing items, deciding on pricing, and fulfilling orders for products new and used.
Book News Annotation:
Bausch, a web application developer, shows Amazon shoppers, Amazon Associates, sellers, and application developers how to use some of Amazon's lesser known features. He describes tricks for working with Amazon efficiently, and documents ways to access Amazon programmatically. Chapters cover core features of Amazon, including browsing and searching, controlling information, participating in the Amazon community, selling through Amazon, the Associate's program, and Amazon web services.
Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
This collection of tips and tools explains how to get the most out of Amazon.com, whether they're Amazon shoppers, Amazon Associates developing online storefronts, sellers listing products for sale on Amazon.com, or programmers building applications based on the Amazon Web Services API.
With this collection of tips and tools, users can get the most out of Amazon.com, whether they are avid Amazon shoppers, Amazon associates developing online storefronts, or programmers building apps based on Amazon Web Services.
About the Author
Paul Bausch is an accomplished web application developer, and is the co-creator of the popular weblog software Blogger. Among his recent applications is BookWatch, a site that scans weblogs for book mentions, analyzes them to find the most frequently mentioned books, and uses the Amazon API to display the results. Paul is also an accomplished writer, and is the co-author of We Blog: Publishing Online with Weblogs, published by Wiley.
Table of Contents
CreditsForewordPrefaceChapter 1: Browsing and SearchingChapter 2: Controlling Your InformationChapter 3: Participating in the Amazon CommunityChapter 4: Selling Through AmazonChapter 5: Associates ProgramChapter 6: Amazon Web ServicesColophon
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