Sortprice.com Reaches 1000 Merchants

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The team at Sortprice.com announces reaching 1000 merchants including Target, OfficeDepot and Buy.com.

Sortprice.com announces reaching 1000 merchants with over 10 million product listings which ranges from small retailers to industry giants including companies such as Target, Buy.com and Office Depot.

Launched in 2003 by two computer specialists of the internet generation, SortPrice.com was created to deliver the best shopping experience on the web by providing free listings for merchants and an easy to navigate and user-friendly interface for shoppers.

SortPrice.com stands out from its competition due to its flexibility with merchant data feeds, “Our advanced integration capabilities enables us to harvest any type of data feed and therefore allows easy and fast integration to merchant sites” says Chief of technology and co-founder, Asaf Klibansky. “Merchants have responded well to the no-cost factor, and by mid 2005 we expect to feature over 5000 merchants and 50 million products.”

In addition to free listings, merchants can also display their logo to increase brand awareness and equity. Another available feature is to purchase keywords and become a ‘sponsored merchant.’ In similar sites, merchants would struggle to get a return on investment as time and money is spent on advertising and creating a compatible data feed. Sortprice.com has identified these factors, which is why the merchants and product listings will continue to grow.

About Sortprice.com:

SortPrice.com is an advanced product search engine designed to facilitate the on-line shopping experience with a user-friendly interface. Sortprice.com provides free product listings as well as accepts any data-feed format. Sortprice.com is dedicated to maintaining and expanding a simple-to-use, time and cost-effective environment for the consumer and merchants alike. For more information, visit http://www.sortprice.com.

Sortprice.com and Sortprice logo are a trademark of the Sortprice, Inc.

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Lisa Akerman

lisa-akerman@sortprice.com

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