More stores, more products, more deals.
New York, NY (PRWEB) June 02, 2011
The company behind CaptainSam.com, a robust and cutting edge comparison-shopping engine has announced that about 10,000 more stores have been added to its search index. Users will now get better offers across more stores. With this addition, website users will get better deals on merchandise like digital cameras, high definition big screen TVs, iPod Touch and a lot of other products.
The company also revealed that the previously announced “daily deals” have been delayed, and are not going to be launched on schedule. However the rest of the launch schedule is on track. In the coming months, the company plans on launching a plethora of features including real-time chat with other shoppers and store-owners. An API for third party developers is also on the anvil.
A spokesman for the company told that the team is working hard to bring as many stores under its search as possible. Each day thousands of more products and deals are being added to the search index. He further said that the company wants to offer users the widest variety of products, stores and deals. He said right now CaptainSam.com is in direct competition with other well-established sites like BizRate, PriceGrabber, Yahoo Shopping, NexTax, ShopZilla, Become and Google Products. However, as more and more stores are included in the search, and the planned features will be launched, CaptainSam.com will definitely emerge out as a winner. He said that when it comes to comparison shopping, consumer wants to see as many deals as possible before deciding where to buy, and CaptainSam.com provides the highest number of deals and offers on most of the popular consumer products.
CaptainSam.com was launched late last year originally as a consumer products reviews and ratings website. After transition to a price comparison website, it has already grabbed a huge share of online comparison-shopping business, and continues to grow. Already visited by thousands of visitors daily, the company has planned to invest a huge amount in marketing to fuel its exponential growth.
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