Ah well, it's really going to be a dumb question. when i go to amazon.com homepage where can i find the link for bestsellers, new releases etc. The link shows up in google search but I can't find them on the homepage?!
Somebody pls sort this out.
You can't do it from the homepage. If you click on books under the shop all departments button, you will go to the books deparment. If you look again at the shop all department button, to the right there is a search bar, and under the search bar are some links "Advanced Search, browse subjects, New releases, Bestsellers, The New York Times Bestsellers list" & etc.
Or click http://www.amazon.com/gp/bestsellers/books/ref=sv_b_3
(that is not an affiliate link)
and bookmark it .
I saw some recommendations in the bottom of the page when i signed in. i don't have much idea.
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