ZonASINHunter 2.9.9.29 – Copy All ASINs and Shipping Price Scraper

This end of year we decided to release an update which we think are crucial for the users to download, mainly two main component which are copy ALL ASINs to clipboard and shipping price scraper. Other main area we can’t mention is how we refactor the code so it will run smoothly on high number of ASINs, particularly for power users who scrapes many product data daily.

Some users were requesting for a quick access to copy all of the ASINs on the list to clipboard, so we made a slight change to include it on this ZonASINHunter update 2.9.9.29 you can download automatically by running the software.

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Adding SSL/HTTPS Security Headers

In addition to moving from HTTP to HTTPS, we had to make sure that we benefit all of the SSL so the move is worth it. Next step after implementing SSL is to add SSL/HTTPS security headers to the web server.

Checking for SSL security headers is quite easy. Just go ahead and go to securityheaders.io and input your site in it. It will then show you the score and what you need to do in order to up the score.

Higher score means higher security. Long gone the hassle to battle clickjacking and other XSS script attacks because most up to date browsers have support for this security headers.

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Moving from HTTP to HTTPS

Moving from HTTP to HTTPS has been on our mind since years, but we didn’t feel the need to move. However, lately we decided to move our site to HTTPS to handle secure connections and obviously to have that padlock green icon logo.

The migration took quite a while because issuing the certificate takes a bit more time of our network administrator time. WordPress sites and non-site are also a bit the challenge to handle especially on PHP scripts. Switching from http to https and back to http is somewhat a pain. The checklist is rather small. However, only the time is crucial as it needs to be done fast because of concurrent thousand users are accessing our site at zonasinhunter daily.

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How to Find Amazon Product by ASIN Number

DISCOVER AMAZON PRODUCTS BY ASIN

The Amazon Standard Identification Number (ASIN) is an alphanumeric 10-digit character used to identify products on Amazon. They are unique and assigned by Amazon and its partners for product recognition and classification on the Amazon Catalog. Every product sold on Amazon.com has a matchless and an individual Amazon Standard Identification Number. ASIN is the most important product identifier on Amazon that differs from product to product and country to country. The ASIN of a book is simply the same as its ISBN (International Standard Book Number).

Amazon has limited the number of ASINs sellers can create within a week to protect its customers and ensure the products sold are genuine and not counterfeit. However, as you increase in the seller hierarchy your capacity to create new ASINs in a week increase.

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Types of Variations in Amazon: Parent Child Listings

Amazon Standard Identification Number (ASIN)

Amazon Standard Identification Numbers (ASINs) are unique 10 characters of letters and/or numbers to label products. The ASIN (Amazon Standard Identification Number) is the common identification number of products on Amazon. Books are the only exception; the ASINs for books are called ISBN (International Standard Book Number). ASINs are gotten and determined according to guidelines provided by Amazon. The ASIN number can be found on the product’s URL on the web address bar; it can also be found on the product’s description or by simply using tools and finders.

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How to Find Book ASIN Number

Amazon Standard Identification Number (ASIN)

Amazon Standard Identification Numbers (ASINs) are unique 10 alphanumeric characters used to identify items on Amazon. The ASIN of Books is identical to its ISBN. However, for all other products; a new ASIN number is generated or existing ASIN is used when the product is sold on Amazon. The ASIN of a product is located on the product item page together with additional details associating to the product, including details of its number of pages (for books), size, or how many discs (for compact discs).

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How to Find ASIN Number

ASIN stands for Amazon Standard Identification Number. Amazon Standard Identification Number is a 10 digits number consisting of combinations of letters and digits used by Amazon for product identification on the catalog. Every particular product or product variation has a unique ASIN that is always associated with it.

ASINs are used to create and manage retail product catalog on Amazon. These numbers are also used to classify the items sellers offer. If you are a seller on Amazon, one of the first steps you will need to take is to identify the right ASINs for your products.

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ZonASINHunter 2.9.4.2

Please download ZonASINHunter 2.9.4.2 either in Members’ Area or by Automatic Update. In this update, you will notice that Amazon has changed the Prime status to AJAX requests, so it will take more requests when doing “Grab Details” If you don’t need this status, you can turn off the feature on “Grab Config” window by …

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