Stuff.com Adds 14 E-Retailers to Site

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Product-based shopping search engine Stuff.com (www.stuff.com), Santa Monica, CA, is adding 14 merchants to its site and now offers more than 2 million products for consumers to choose from.


New merchants are Toys "R" Us, Skechers, Music Boulevard, Pet Warehouse, Seattle's Finest Gourmet Coffee, Fitness Zone, Candy Direct, Game Keeper, OfficeMax, SkyMall, Onsale, Rubbermaid, Omaha Steaks and Netmarket.


Stuff.com is powered by Imall, which has added features to the site, including a new keyword search that gives results with more product detail, links to retailer Web sites and mapping features.
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