About Costniche

CostNiche is an information blog to curate the accurate prices on all the things that matter to you, we help you make buying decisions with up-to-date costing information on all the goods and services you need. Our goal is to help people get well-informed about costs and get the best deals ever.

We are authority site and focused on current prices (and other valuable details) of products and services available in the United States, Canada, Australia and Worldwide. Our website provides a wealth of vital information on how much products and services cost around the globe.

The information available on our website will help you plan and draw budgets with correct and concrete figures in mind.

So If you are ready to buy a product or service and are looking for the best price, this website is for you.

The goal of this website is to provide useful information for anyone interested in knowing the price of anything.

We are here to answer all your questions about how much a product cost and give you all the details on what makes the product and where to buy them.

Meet Our Team

S.E. Slack                            Associate General Manager, Costniche.com

S.E. (Sally) Slack is the Associate General Manager for Costniche. She manages all content for the site and is responsible for the entire business, from content strategy, to product vision, to brand evangelism. Previously, she held positions as the senior editorial and strategy director for Lifewire, newsletter editor for Microsoft’s BizSpark program, and global communications lead for IBM’s internal deployment of Siebel. Sally’s background includes more than 30 years as a freelance technology writer with thousands of articles, case studies, and profiles to her credit. She specializes in educating consumers on safely and easily using the everyday technology they own. Her work has appeared on sites such as Microsoft At Work and IBM developerWorks, and she has provided voice-training for Microsoft Office software. She also has written or contributed to more than a dozen technology books, including titles such as CNET’s Do-It-Yourself Digital Home Office Projects: 24 Cool Things You Didn’t Know You Could Do!; PC Magazine’s Office 2007 Solutions; and PowerPoint Graphics and Animations Made Easy. Read more

Rob LeFebvreRob LeFebvre is the Associate Editorial Director, Tech content for Costniche. He manages a team of more than a dozen tech journalists to cover both breaking news and longer, in-depth tech prices content. Previous to Costniche, Rob wrote for Lifewire and Engadget, was the managing editor of iOS apps review site, 148Apps, and founded the GamesAreEvil & ThePortableGamer video game review sites. He also worked as an educational technologist for the University of Missouri. A former teacher and a graduate of UCLA, Rob’s tech news background includes more than 12 years of experience writing news, daily tech tips, features, and product reviews for Cult of Mac, Engadget, VentureBeat, and many other publications. He’s also written for the Storage Networking Industry Association and OpenStack Foundation. Read more

Micahel Barry

Micahel Barry is a technology and geek culture writer and editor with over a decade of experience producing and editing content for online and print publications. In addition to writing for Costniche, Barry currently works as an editor for the Microsoft technology news site, On MSFT (formerly WinBeta), where he reports on the latest Windows 10, Xbox One, Windows Phone, and app news.

Barry has also written for web and print publications in Japan, Australia, and the United States covering events such as the Tokyo Games Show and PAX AUS, writing about geek culture, video games, and the latest tech.

Fact Checkers

Costniche’s team of experienced fact-checkers provides a critical layer of review for our news content to ensure content integrity.

This group of professionals is selected and vetted for journalistic and subject matter expertise. They are tasked with researching all statements of fact to ensure that the facts and technical information in our news articles are accurate and comprehensive and statistics are properly sourced and up to date.

If we are meaningfully correcting a news article, whether part of our fact-checking process or not, we simultaneously publish a correction at the bottom of the article that explains details of the change.