On the dawn of Wikipedia, more and more wiki-related sites have emerged. The reign of the Wikis have finally arrived! ShopWiki
is one of these sites which is expected to hit the charts soon. It is typically a regular search engine but more concentrated on shopping and aids and helps consumers and customers find the right product and the right online merchant on the Internet with just a few clicks. It has a sophisticated web-crawling technology that pushes to the current boundaries of optimized search engine techniques.
The concept of using ShopWiki is that you search a specific product and then it will show you various models and brands of the product you have chosen with their corresponding prices. For example, to search for sneakers
, you can go to the search box above the page and then it would direct you to the page you’re looking for. Then the user clicks on “See All Stores” which eventually displays all the online merchants that are selling that specific product you have chosen. Furthermore, some features allow you to sort by lowest to highest price per store or even select a product on a specific price range. The site even shows the most popular searched items and brands, which are mostly electronic-based.
If you’re really a shoes enthusiast, particularly for example sporty type, you can type “sport shoes"; or you are brand and model conscious, you can narrow your choices immediately by typing running shoes
which redirects you to http://www.shopwiki.com/wiki/Running+Shoes. These are just some of the combination you can use with the shopper-addictive and very convenient site.