So there are two main variants of the Kindle out right now: one with ads and one without. The one with ads is called Kindle with Special Offers (or KwSO throughout this post). The ads come up as the “screensaver” when the Kindle is off. But Amazon announced today that they’ll soon be displaying Groupon-esque Amazon Local daily deals and coupons instead of ads. Continue reading Amazon to Display Groupon-esque Coupons on Kindle Screensavers
I find myself doing a lot of searching on Amazon. I search for albums to see what songs are on them. I search for products to do price comparisons versus my local stores. I search to see if a book comes in Kindle format. You get the idea.
This little Chrome hack saves me time every time I want to search for something on Amazon. Continue reading Search Amazon from Your Chrome Browser (This is Rad)
¡Arriba! I have good news for my amigos in Spain. Today the company opened up its virtual doors to Spain at Amazon.es (with .es being the domain name extension for Spain, of course). The selection isn’t quite as expansive as that of its American counterpart, however. Continue reading Amazon Officially Launches in Spain. It’s Fiesta Time! (To an Extent)
In terms of sheer brand coolness, nothing can really compare with Apple. But as we all know, there’s more to life than being cool. Amazon has just dethroned Apple in one pretty darn important metric. Continue reading Amazon Now the Brand with the Strongest Customer Loyalty (Sorry iPhone)
Not too long ago, Amazon announced its wonderful Kindle Deal of the Day (KDoD) special (though I’m still waiting for that free Kindle ebook daily). Each day there’s a different heavily discounted ebook available. Ever wondered how many copies of that daily deal get sold? Continue reading How Many Copies of the Kindle eBook Deal of the Day Get Sold?