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- Bartagora.com is an affiliate and deals shopping social marketing site which shows deals from a variety of retailers both niche and global. Bartagora offers deals on products, offers coupons, and...
- Shop for over 10,0000+ plus merchandise items from over a thousand vendors. Uses Amazon, Best Buy, Commission Junction, Google Shop, Share a Sale, and Link Share API Web Service.
- Millions of products, large selection of brand shops, classified ads (USA, UK, Ireland, Canada, India), deals, rebates, clearances, promotions, specials and buying guides.
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For the second week in a row, over 30 different APIs were used to build new apps in our mashup directory. Those 20 mashups used 31 different APIs. And once again not all of those APIs are the usual suspects. Less common ones used include Formula 1 Racing data API Ergast, the new Etsy API and Twilio API, the ecommerce pay-per-action LinkShare API, the Sunlight Labs API, and short URL expander LongURL. And in what's clearly the new number one, the Twitter API was used in 4 of this week's mashups. The list below shows which APIs were used by which mashups:
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