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November 28, 2005

Chitika launches eMiniMalls UK

Chitika has now launched a UK specific version of eMiniMalls.

eMiniMalls UK is now live!

Geo-targeting is on, so visitors from UK can now expect to see merchandising offers from UK merchants, while visitors from US will continue to see US offers and promotions.

They have also announced future geotargeted versions which will go live within the week.

Next stop Paris. We are ready with offers and promotions feeds from several other European countries. Over the next week we will be expanding the service to the following countries: France, Germany, Denmark, Belgium, Italy, Spain, Norway, Sweden, and Netherlands.

I guess Canada isn't high up on the priority list for new countries.

Posted by Jenstar at November 28, 2005 12:17 PM

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That's cause shopping.com doesn't have a Canadian feed.

Posted by: Brian at November 28, 2005 05:08 PM