With so many retailers and products online, it’s no wonder that shopping on the Internet can be an overwhelming ordeal. You may have a collection of Web sites that are your favorite to order from, but chances are that you might be able to find better deals if you expand your search and look elsewhere. Search engines exist to help you find what you want, and since there are billions upon billions of Web pages out there, it only makes sense that you would want a little bit of help with navigating the Web. Online shopping has even become so big that specialized shopping search engines are required to help you find the good stuff, and ShopWiki has built a collaborative one for you to use.
This search engine leads you to unbiased results, and whether you’re somewhat vague or specific (price range, brand, etc.), you should be able to find what you’re looking for from the more than 180,000 online stores that ShopWiki searches through. The Wiki Guides are fun to check out because you’ll find buying and gift guides that, in true wiki fashion, contain contributions from the community. In addition to contributing and creating content on the Wiki Guides, members can also submit their own video reviews to be posted alongside specific products. Go ahead – show and tell the world what you really think about a product.
[tags]ShopWiki, Retailers, Products, Online Shopping, Shopping Search Engine, Wiki[/tags]