New widget type: Multiple products chart

31 March 2015 - 11:33, by , in New Price2Spy features, No comments
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Would you like to investigate the possible pattern behind your competitors price changes in last couple of months – in the sense that some products did get sudden price changes, while other remained stable (and similar examples).

That’s why we’ve come up new widget type in price2Spy’s Pricing Dashboard – Multiple Products From Same site

This widget will display pricing chart (for given time interval) for up to 20 products from the selected site.

widget_multiple_products

On the chart each product is represented by a single line (which can be switched on/off). If you analyze the above example, you’ll see that there very several products whose price dropped on Mar-24, and they went up on Mar-28. This indicates a probable promotion (or another kind of temporary discount) offered on this site – for these products.

Of course, our task is to provide you with data and the charts, your task is to interpret what it exactly means for your business.

When selecting the products to be displayed on the chart, please use standard filters to make sure that there’s fewer than 20 products shown. Otherwise, only first 20 (taken by alphabetical order) will be taken into account.

 

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