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A different approach: use offline browsers to spider websites yourself Using offline browsing software, you enter the list of keywords (products) you want. Tell the offline browser software to only download pages that have at least one of the keywords. Then enter a list of domains that might have the product. Three options (of likely hundreds): ...


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Fascinating question. Off the top of my head, I can only think of a kludge. Use keyword ranking tools to find websites that are ranked highly. Web SEO Analytics allows you to enter multiple keywords and multiple domains. The keywords you would enter would be the products you want to purchase. The domains are stores you think or know sell one or more of ...


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Google doesn't guarantee copyright status etc. etc., but in the HTML of the book description you can find a lot of information enclosed in a script tag, for example: <script>_OC_addFlags(... {"volume_id":"qyi8-5g8dzAC","is_ebook":true,"volumeresult": ... ,"sample_url": ... ,"is_browsable":true,"is_public_domain":true}, ...);</script> Checking ...


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There is a Chrome Extension for sorting emails by attachment size: Sort Emails by Attachment Size For Gmail​


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You can also try meanpath to search within HTML source code. Though it is a commercial product it lets you evaluate their service. As of November 2014, it claims to have indexed pages on 141,670,458 live domains.



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