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October 18, 2003

JungleScan

Just found out about this cool new service via WIFLblog.

JungleScan.com is a free service that
- Scans products on Amazon.com to record their sales ranking over time
- Allows you to start or participate in discussions about any website or Amazon.com item

Kevin Kelly:

Authors and journalists take note. Here is a way to track the Amazon sales ranking of a book or product over time. One can follow the ranking of your own novel, or CD, or you can collectively track the rise and fall of an idea, or group of items. I still haven't figured out why Amazon itself does not offer this service since they could do it so much better (all that data, and world-class skill in interface design), but in the alternative this cool free website does a good job.

For instance, to see how Clayton Christensen's new book (which I just ordered) is doing, see here.

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Feel free to try rankforest also.

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