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Price Comparison Website Script - Mozenda

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by overman86, Nov 22, 2010.

  1. overman86

    overman86 Registered Member

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    I know there are a couple threads on this already, which discuss mainly this Affilistore 2.0. But this script is old and has a lot of bugs in it, well the nulled version anyway.

    I was doing some research and found an awesome looking one called Mozenda. Has anyone ever used it?
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    http://www.mozenda.com/price-comparison-script
    Well with mozenda, you don't even need the normal feeds, you basically just go to a website you like, and select the data you want to scrape from a particular product, and it will grab all the information from all the other products. You can use it for other websites too where you need to scrape specific content pieces.
     
  2. buhaha

    buhaha Newbie

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    The affilistore script uses affiliate datafeeds to populate the site and I make money when people click on the "visit store" and buy the product. How do you make money with this one if you are just scraping the product info from other sites?
     
  3. menkaur@gmail.com

    menkaur@gmail.com Newbie

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    Their pricing is far too high. I personally do web scrapping for $50 for 1 000 000 pages . With mozenda that would be prohibitively expensive
     
  4. f3nd1

    f3nd1 Newbie

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    just wondering where can i get somebdy to do $50 for web scrapping?
     
  5. yubrew

    yubrew Junior Member

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    Mozenda's great. My team has been using them for the past couple weeks to scrape a couple large ecommerce sites for pricing and inventory information. If you want some cheap scraping on a low volume level, you could be ok using Mechanical Turk, which is set up by Amazon. You can have a bunch of people doing microtasks like scraping websites for information at $.05 per website.