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Re: New Web 'Patrol' Looks To Lasso Wayward Shoppers
Posted by: ECT News 2001-06-13 13:09:33
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Hoping to prevent customers from straying, and perhaps laying the groundwork for an
e-tailer browser war, Half.com launched a price-comparison shopping feature Tuesday that
alerts shoppers who click into a competitor's inventory that the item they're looking for
is available back at Half.com.


After shoppers download the "Price Patrol" program from Half.com, they receive an alert
when they click on a product detail page on another merchant's site. Clicking on the
pop-up alert takes shoppers to the same item on Half.com in a new browser window.


Re: New Web 'Patrol' Looks To Lasso Wayward Shoppers
Posted by: aron 2001-06-13 13:11:37 In reply to: ECT News
Software Developers, we need you to make a
java script to stop this unfair behavior
as soon as it comes out :) email us
Thanks
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