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      BooksOnBoard have stopped selling ebooks from their site while they re-evaluate their business model; I’ll wait to see whether they stay in business before reconsidering this one.

    • Review your monitoring of KOBO

      As far as I can tell, Kobo.com lists my book with the price denominated in UK pounds. The price is correct. (£5.49 list price). BUT your website says my e-book is available in the USA for $5.49 (less, I suppose the VAT). My book is beginning to be listed at $5.49 or thereabouts in different places and this is triggering price-matching, ratcheting the price of my book down. Is there a bug in your search algorithm? Should I tell Kobo about this or you? This is causing me serious grief trying to get to the heart of the matter. Thanks…

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        Hi Rod

        I’m flattered that you think Kobo use Luzme to set their prices; if they do, then that would be news to me!

        You need to ask Kobo about this in the first instance; my site reports what it sees, we don’t set the price.

        As far as I can see, my site is reporting accurate pricing information for the prices Kobo are displaying in the USA and the UK. Please let me know if you find an example where it isn’t, I’ll check it out ASAP.

        Happy to help if I can,
        Rachel

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        مرحبا كيف احصل على كتب من موقعكم

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        • I would like to be able to pick specific ebook stores that I am can be notified about when the price of a book drops down. I have an Amazon

          I would like to be able to pick specific eBook stores that I am notified about when the price of a book drops down. I have an Amazon Kindle, so I can only buy eBooks from the Kindle store, but I am often notified about price drops about books on my Watchlist from stores like Waterstones and Barnes and Noble, which serve no purpose for me. I think you should add an option on the settings page to pick which eBook stores you are notified about.

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            You already can! :)

            If you go to the settings page, then select the ‘Stores’ tab, you can specify each store you want info from.

            By the way, if you buy books without DRM, then you can also buy books from other stores such as Diesel, Kobo, etc. If the book doesn’t already come in “Mobi” format, then buy it as a DRM-free book in epub, use the free program Calibre to convert it to Mobi, and then send it by email to the special email address Amazon have given you for your Kindle.

            Check the “Personal Document Settings” under the “Your Kindle Account” on your Amazon account for more info.

            Rachel

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              The autocomplete you’re talking about is provided by the ipad, not Luzme. Please use the normal iPad mechanism to reject the suggested alteration (press the ‘x’ on it)

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              • Technical scoring

                What I'd like to see on your site is a combination forum and database
                where I can find the technical reviews of ebooks, since Wikipedia and
                Goodreads do a decent job of content reviews. For example, I'd gladly
                have paid a bit more for a copy of The 48 Laws of Power that presents
                the same typography, fonts and colors used in the hard copy and is not
                missing pages 34 to 37.

                Facts like physical format of the ebook are nice neat database elements
                that can be determined from 30 seconds looking at the book, but
                something like missing…

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                • Technical score

                  What I'd like to see on your site is a combination forum and database
                  where I can find the technical reviews of ebooks, since Wikipedia and
                  Goodreads do a decent job of content reviews. For example, I'd gladly
                  have paid a bit more for a copy of The 48 Laws of Power that presents
                  the same typography, fonts and colors used in the hard copy and is not
                  missing pages 34 to 37.

                  Facts like physical format of the ebook are nice neat database elements
                  that can be determined from 30 seconds looking at the book, but
                  something like missing…

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                    Interesting idea; but I cannot see how to do this.

                    If you can find a group of people who’d be interested, I’d consider it as a special interest group project. But I don’t see how I could obtain this information on the 2 million books in the database…

                  • Individual title minimum price

                    Hi, I just wondered if, instead of a blanket minimum price, it'd be possible to offer a chance for users to set minimums for each title on our watch lists.

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