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Old 11-24-2007, 03:21 PM   #14
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Originally Posted by Rocketime View Post
It would be grreat if someone could quantify the number of most popular or quality numbers of publications between Amazon and Connect. I would be most interested in that kind of information.
Me, too. But how? For Amazon, I can only see totalling the number of books in each category, much the way I'm doing now for the Sony site. For Sony, I could add the number of book award winners and nominees they offer since these are listed separately, although that's still a bit of work. I don't see any easy way to quantify quality further at either site. But if you have any ideas, let me know. Otherwise, you're right - they can offer a lot of trash but who cares?
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