New E-Commerce Breakthrough Enables Webmasters to Generate Revenue by Fully Capitalising on the Vast Product Resources of Major Vendors Like

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A new software system is proving to be a winner in the e-commerce stakes. New technology just released provides website owners with the means to create online superstores full of hot, top-selling products - for free!

This brand-new ecommerce system has just powered 2.2 million dollars worth of ecommerce in the form of 136,000 CEP's or commission-earning products from Amazon, Allposters, Art and on to the website

The system responsible for these remarkable numbers is called Products Generator EMS, or E-commerce Management System and is so powerful and revolutionary that a patent has been filed at the New York patent office for its features and utilities.

On the Famous Locations website every single CEP (commission-earning-product) is displayed totally in context with the content of the website. Thousands of specific movies, actors, directors and locations AND every time one of these is displayed specific CEP's are also displayed. Qualified prospects leading much more easily to sales.

David Greaves, director of programming at Products Generator Ltd, comments: In the future website visitors can say goodbye to scary out-of-context e-commerce experiences, well, on the "Famous Locations" website anyway. The web could be about to change now that Webmasters can build with this system product and content specific commission-earning online superstores that don't cost a dime.

The software has also received '5 Star Awards' from 13 different online review sites.

To find out more about this ecommerce breakthrough visit


Notes to editors

Products Generator Ltd was established in 2003 and is based in Carshalton, Surrey. The company has two full time directors and outsources many core tasks.

For further information, please contact:

David Greaves

Tel: 0208 404 6658 / 07977 507231


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