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Popular price comparison sites – May 2009

This is May 2009 revision of the Popular Price Comparison web sites list. You can find the last month revision of the list here.

The change in rating shows the difference compared to April results. The list has a total of 33 web sites which is 2 less than the last month. I removed MSN Shopping since Microsoft has rolled it over into Bing (subsequently all sites are moving up by one position). Another change is that Live.com is now Bing.com as many of you already know. There are 18 more sites in my database that don’t meet Alexa Rank < 100,000 requirement.

The best performer this month is bottomdollar.com (21.76%) followed by shopper.cnet.com with a gain of (14.12%).

The worst performer this month is again dealio with a loss of (-14.79%) followed by pricerunner (-14.43%). mpire has finally fall off the list after a series of negative months. Please enjoy the complete list below

#Web SiteAlexa RankPage RankOnline Since
1google.com/products 1 7 11-Sep-2001
2shopping.yahoo.com 2 8 18-Jan-1995
3bing.com/shopping 5 2 (-6)22-May-2008
4 (1)shopping.aol.com 32 7 22-Jun-1995
5 (1)shopper.cnet.com (info) 73 (14.12%)8 05-Jul-1996
6 (1)nextag.com 503 (-6.57%)7 15-Oct-1998
7 (1)shopping.com 549 (2.66%)6 03-Jul-1997
8 (1)bizrate.com 667 (-1.83%)7 24-Apr-1996
9 (1)shoplocal.com 1089 (-1.68%)7 24-Sep-1998
10 (1)shopzilla.com 1257 (-2.53%)6 04-Jul-2002
11 (1)pronto.com 1274 (-1.92%)8 01-Jan-2006
12 (1)pricegrabber.com (info) 1412 (-1.07%)7 10-Mar-1999
13 (1)smarter.com 1712 (3.77%)6 (1)28-Apr-1998
14 (1)epinions.com 2087 (1.23%)7 12-Feb-1999
15 (1)thefind.com (info) 2112 (6.88%)6 19-Oct-2006
16 (1)dealtime.com 2609 (1.77%)6 07-Oct-1998
17 (1)become.com 3482 (6.07%)6 20-Jan-2004
18 (1)shopwiki.com 4129 (-4.72%)5 15-Dec-2004
19 (1)dealio.com 5230 (-14.79%)5 08-Sep-2004
20 (1)retrevo.com 6032 (1.77%)6 10-May-2006
21 (1)like.com 7217 (-9.1%)6 22-Feb-1995
22 (1)pricerunner.com 8662 (-14.43%)6 19-May-1999
23 (1)mysimon.com 8672 (0.68%)8 15-Apr-1998
24 (1)calibex.com 10187 (-9.87%)5 02-Oct-2000
25 (1)ebates.com 12347 (1.67%)6 29-Dec-1998
26 (1)pricewatch.com 16142 (-0.86%)6 26-Sep-1995
27 (1)dealighted.com (info) 20180 (11.27%)6 (1)09-Oct-2006
28 (1)bottomdollar.com 21583 (21.76%)0 04-Jul-1997
29 (1)sortprice.com 36264 (0.52%)5 15-Jan-2004
30 (2)hawkee.com 42943 (0.26%)5 02-Jan-1997
31bestwebbuys.com 44431 (-7.92%)5 (-1)06-Jan-1998
32 (1)pricescan.com 52638 (-0.73%)6 03-Sep-1997
33 (1)streetprices.com 69906 (-0.09%)5 16-Oct-1997

Microsoft AdCenter $200 Promo Code

Update 01/03: The promotion has had a limit of 2000 users which apparently was reached (see the comments to this post)

I have not spent the $100 I got from the previous promotion when it is time to get on a new one. :-) This is the best deal from Microsoft AdCenter I have seen so far.

Use promo code DM-2-1106 to open a new account before January 15, 2007 and get $200 in free ad clicks. The offer valid for new customers only (this usually means the email you use to sign-up should not already be in their database) and $5 initiation fee will apply.

Microsoft AdCenter Promo

$200 in free clicks from Microsoft AdCenter (via FatWallet)

$100 credit for ad clicks from Microsoft adCenter

Multiple forums have reported over this weekend that Microsoft adCenter is having a promotion again. Use this link and promo code BNR-100-1006 to receive a $100 credit when you sign up.

Offer valid through January 15, 2007, valid for new accounts only (a one time $5 activation charge will apply), valid for the first 1000 who sign up. For more details read the discussion at SlickDeals and DigitalPoint.

Get $100 worth of web advertising – Free!

If you fill in the form at this link there is a chance you will get $50 worth of clicks via Google AdWords network. The promotion is for new accounts only so be ready to shell out $5 sign up fee. The deal thanks to the eComXpo conference going on right now. More details available here.

Here is another promotion. This time it is a $50 from Microsoft (with a new account as well) to set up your advertising with MSN network. Forum discussion at DigitalPoint.

If you have not been already using either of the networks this might be a good opportunity to start. I am planning to do so with MSN.

Note. If you sign up on any of these deals make sure to read the fine print. I noticed that the MSN one requires you to use the credit within 90 days.




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