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Here's a handy article, Exploiting Amazon Web Services via PHP and SQLite. The author outlines the architecture of a simple application to track and then graph the Amazon sales rank of a set of Amazon products over time.
For heavy duty usage tracking, we also offer the Amazon Historical Pricing Service, also known as AHP.
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There's actually another website already doing this, RankForest (www.rankforest.com). It tracks thousands of Amazon sales ranks already, and lets you add any item you want. Has nice graphs and charts too.
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June 05, 2006 at 08:56 AM
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