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Another thing I noticed, and I don't know whether its because this was the only page google could find a price it understood on, but the page is the last in the line, ie product category (with prices) -> product info (with prices) -> add product (with prices).
thanks, strange so few are mentioning what's working in Froogle or differs from normal Google.
If you check bestseller rankings, [usatoday.com...] (searching for title + author) you'll find differences between Google and Froogle, which could be worth checking for you as well.
It does seem able to distinguish the price from other amounts (e.g. You Save $8.40) a lot of the time.
If onpage factors are the only one in the algo its very very easy to manipulate ( remember the bad old days! )
I wish factors such as PR which is relatively hard ,atleast for most people :) to manipulate to be included in the algo ...
Just onpage factors would have delivered good results for them in the test lab , but thats because no body optimised for froogle ...But as the popularity of a SE increases so is the number of people trying to spam it...PR is the one which effectively prevented this in Google but so far as i see there is no such rock solid spam prevention technique in froogle...but i may be wrong :)
I think this may be the best thing I have seen work yet.
Froogle.com - "All the Worlds Products in One Place."