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Old September 22nd, 2003, 09:51 PM
Curious if any of the data files have pricing partners. I'm primarly
interested in clix pricing, but I'd be curious to see how the feature
works for any data file. I know of one online retailer that seems to
have extensive pricing for all things clix, Popular Collections.
Anxious for news. - Aron


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Old September 23rd, 2003, 01:01 PM
Nothing has been completed by anyone yet. The summer is when all the big
shows are, so all extra side projects like this get put on hold for the
major online folks we've been working with. :-(

-Rob

At 05:51 AM 9/23/2003 +0000, you wrote:
>Curious if any of the data files have pricing partners. I'm primarly
>interested in clix pricing, but I'd be curious to see how the feature
>works for any data file. I know of one online retailer that seems to
>have extensive pricing for all things clix, Popular Collections.
>Anxious for news. - Aron


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Old September 23rd, 2003, 01:14 PM
BTW, how are you/will you decide what companies to use for pricing? Are you just using companies that come to you? Are you going out to the big names for each gamesystem? Can users suggest those we'd most prefer?


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Nothing has been completed by anyone yet. The summer is when all the big
shows are, so all extra side projects like this get put on hold for the
major online folks we've been working with. :-(

-Rob

At 05:51 AM 9/23/2003 +0000, you wrote:
>Curious if any of the data files have pricing partners. I'm primarly
>interested in clix pricing, but I'd be curious to see how the feature
>works for any data file. I know of one online retailer that seems to
>have extensive pricing for all things clix, Popular Collections.
>Anxious for news. - Aron


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Old September 23rd, 2003, 02:09 PM
It works both ways. Some come to us. We go to others. Users have been
suggesting various sites (and other resources) over the past months, and
we're always interested in hearing about additional sites. Also, just like
features, if the same site is requested by lots of users, it gets bumped up
in priority. :-)

-Rob

At 05:07 PM 9/23/2003 -0400, you wrote:
>BTW, how are you/will you decide what companies to use for pricing? Are
>you just using companies that come to you? Are you going out to the big
>names for each gamesystem? Can users suggest those we'd most prefer?


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