Zoovy Announces Integration with Google Base, Analytics and Site Map
By Ina Steiner
Zoovy has integrated its ecommerce management software with Google's new Google Base, Google Analytics and Google Site Map. Zoovy launched in 1999 and is used by many eBay sellers and other online merchants.
Zoovy said its merchants can now feed products to Google Base and easily implement the Google Analytics and Google Site Map tools into their web sites.
Zoovy Chief Technical Officer Brian Horakh stated, "Google Base is a new beta service by Google that will fundamentally impact all web-based businesses. The quality of Google Analytics is impressive, and the price is certainly right. It will definitely displace a number of other traffic monitoring tools out there."
Zoovy charges merchants no additional cost for the Google integration. Zoovy supports eBay, Froogle, AOL Classifieds and Shopping.com as well as merchants' own websites.
More on Google Base here: http://auctionbytes.com/cab/abn/y05/m11/i16/s01
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