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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,...
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Unexpected circumstances in which the whole world found itself due to the pandemic, forced businesses to make numerous changes. Nevertheless, Amazon still sovereignly rules the eCommerce market. It doesn’t take much to create a seller profile and to start selling products. However, the true challenge for brands lies in the fact of managing those sellers....
31 July 2020 - 11:12, by , in Price2Spy announcements, No comments
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Price2Spy always strives to team up with the best hence our new partnership with eEnforce™. This partnership will allow eCommerce companies to benefit from eEnforce™ by stopping unauthorized sellers in combination with the Price2Spy’s best solution for detecting MAP violations. eEnforce™ has become one of the fastest-growing eCommerce protection companies in the world. Since 2012...
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You invested some serious time into creating your MAP policy. It’s very visible on your website, and you also made sure to send it out to all retailers that you’re collaborating with. No place for a mistake, right?  Yet, when you search for your products on the web, you find that there’s been a MAP violation. Some...
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What is MAP monitoring and why is it important? Is it a type of price fixing? Who benefits from it, only brands or retailers or customers too? There are so many questions about it and in this post, we are going to explain them all. What is MAP? Minimum Advertised Price (MAP) is the lowest price...
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Minimum Advertised Price – MAP (or Targeted price, RRP, MSRP etc.) is an agreement between suppliers and retailers that qualifies the lowest price at which each product can be advertised. This means that retailers can go above the specified price but not below it. Map policy can either be a policy imposed by the manufacturer/supplier or an agreement between a manufacturer,...
6 October 2016 - 13:01, by , in New Price2Spy features, No comments
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We are happy to announce a new detail added to the Targeted price module. This new addition is important for clients who monitor Targeted price violations. As you already know, before our newest release, all violations were in the same orange color, and it was difficult to spot the cheapest price if it was below...
16 September 2016 - 10:55, by , in New Price2Spy features, No comments
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Since Price2Spy is a tool used by hundreds and hundreds of clients, we care a lot about our clients and their ideas – it’s what helps us build a better tool. Therefore, upon one of our clients’ request, we have decided to add a new report for those who are monitoring Targeted price (MAP) violations....

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