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Behold the following list:

  • Special Offers
  • Free Products
  • New Arrivals
  • Restocked Items
  • Limited Stock

These are all... what? Offers? Categories? Filters? Marketing Ploys?

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closed as off topic by Jim, Matt E. Эллен, tchrist, Kris, StoneyB Nov 28 '12 at 19:49

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In what context? Maybe they're all menu items. – Jim Nov 28 '12 at 6:20
From the context of a typical web store navigation menu. If this list were in the footer, for example, it would appear under its hypernym, next to another group of navigation options. – neokio Nov 28 '12 at 6:43
You called them features already! – Kris Nov 28 '12 at 6:43
Just label it "View..." – Jim Nov 28 '12 at 6:46
@Kris You're right, features definitely applies, but everything on this list has an element of time-sensitivity that features doesn't seem to address. – neokio Nov 28 '12 at 6:49
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  • Hot Links
  • Offerings
  • Hot Commodities
  • Today's Specials
  • Get 'em While They're Hot!
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If you need an attractive heading for the section on the webstore rather than the exact English word, you could use : "What's hot?"

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