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Nowadays technology allows eCommerce businesses to become global operators. Even the smallest brands can have clients from all over the world.  What does that mean when it comes to price monitoring? In the sea of different price monitoring tools, you need to pay attention to one very important feature – the ability to monitor prices...
15 January 2021 - 14:13, by , in Guest post, No comments
image source: https://ibb.co/HKf9N19 Reverse links are essential elements of any site search engine optimization, including eCommerce. A few years ago, there was a much more way to get backlinks to an online store or online sales site. Free and paid link directories were popular, and webmasters could buy links in bulk. This time has passed...
15 January 2021 - 13:07, by , in Price2Spy announcements, No comments
Big names in the online retail business often try to protect their websites from being site monitored. This was the case with Walmart Canada (walmart.ca). We tried all standard price monitoring techniques but we didn’t get the results we wanted. This is why we turned to our strongest weapon – Stealth IP. Our clients can...
Britain and the European Union reached a landmark deal on Brexit on December 24th. This hard-fought trade agreement has been stretched around 4 years, but finally, the post-Brexit future is known. The deal, which was ratified in Brussels, took effect on January 1st. For Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson this deal means fulfillment of his...
8 January 2021 - 11:48, by , in Price2Spy announcements, No comments
Websites are often trying to avoid being price monitored. This was the case with dicksmith.com.au. After trying out all standard price monitoring techniques we didn’t get the wanted results so we resorted to our strongest weapon – Stealth IP. Thus, our clients can now continue monitoring dicksmith.com.au with no difficulties. In case you are wondering...
You did a good job. You’ve created a good product that will easily sell, you put a great effort into creating your Brand and helping it become recognizable. You even went a step further and developed a well-thought Minimum Advertised Price policy (MAP policy) that will be beneficial for all – your customers, your resellers,...
17 December 2020 - 13:36, by , in Best practices in price monitoring, No comments
New websites are popping up almost every day making eCommerce a space of infinite possibilities. But, so many options can sometimes aggravate making the right decision about where to sell your products. Lately, eCommerce has been faced with a new trend. More and more eCommerce sites are turning into marketplaces. Some of the latest examples...
10 December 2020 - 12:25, by , in Best practices in price monitoring, No comments
As you already know, Price2Spy is an online price monitoring tool that is suitable for brands, retailers, and distributors. Since we’re covering a large spectrum of client’s requirements, it’s no surprise that we have more than 700 clients. When you read these numbers, you would think that we are swamped with great reviews and testimonials....
When thinking about automating their business, every company is faced with the dilemma of whether to buy or to build custom-developed software. The dilemma is especially common if the price monitoring software is needed. Some companies can be more focused on long-term goals, while others might have some important short-term goals in mind. Therefore, there...
27 November 2020 - 8:41, by , in Price2Spy announcements, No comments
We are often faced with websites that are trying to avoid being price monitored. One of the websites that tried to do the same was Fnac.pt In such cases, our first step is always trying out all standard price monitoring techniques. However, when we don’t get the wanted results, we need to resort to our...

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