Site operations #18 – Adjusting Price2Spy’s Pricing Mechanism

Site Operations 30.5.2022. Reading Time: 2 minutes

Price2Spy’s Site Operations Team never rests, and as always, we have a very busy period behind us. Our team works continuously on adding new sites to the lists of websites we are monitoring, as well as keeping up with the changes happening on the websites that are already a part of our monitoring process.

The number of sites that Price2Spy can monitor is always fluctuating, so our team is always trying to be on top of all the changes. That means that new websites are constantly being added to our list. However, some of the existing ones are making infrastructural changes, so Price2Spy needs to find a way to adapt to continue with its monitoring.

Here is what we did in May:

  1. Price2Spy enabled price monitoring from 764 new websites
  2. The number of websites with price checking adaptations counted to 1,624

Let’s take a more detailed look.

Here is the list of the top 20 countries from which the new websites have been added to Price2Spy in the past two weeks:

United States171
United Kingdom81

As you might know, not all sites have the same complexity. Let’s take a look at some of the newly added websites to Price2Spy with high complexity:

On the other hand, some of the websites Price2Spy has already been monitoring are also complex. Here is the list of high complexity websites where our team needed to perform Price2Spy adaptations in the last 27 days:

Price2Spy is always ready for a good challenge, so we will continue to do our best to make your job easier. Almost 750 customers who trust us give us the motivation to keep up the great work. You can become a part of our successful family by registering for a 30-day free trial. Trust us, your pricing decisions would be in good hands. 🙂


Marijana Bjelobrk
Marijana Bjelobrk is a Junior Digital Marketing Specialist, writing for Price2Spy since November 2021. She graduated BBA at Oklahoma City University in May 2020, majoring in marketing. While studying, she had a part-time job at the Economical Research and Policy Institute, where she gained experience in research, critical thinking, and writing professional articles.