How to get started with Price2Spy?


Being highly flexible and powerful tool, Price2Spy offers several different ways – how your account can be set up. Please see all the options in this tutorial

Price2Spy tutorial #1 – how to add products / URLs to be monitored


This tutorial will guide you how to set up Price2Spy to monitor your competitors’ product prices and availability.

After this short video tutorial you should be able to log in to Price2Spy and configure it to monitor first couple of products of your competitors.

Of course, all questions are welcome – please send them to support@price2spy.com

Price2Spy tutorial #2 – price change alerts


This tutorial will show you how Price2Spy alerting mechanism works – what do the alert emails consist of, and how to set some more advanced settings (managing different email recipients, email frequency etc)

Price2Spy tutorial #3 – reports and analytics


This tutorial will show you how Price2Spy reporting section works.

It will show you some of the most commonly used reports, like Price Matrix, Price Change Dynamics etc, while explaining how to filter out products to be shown in the reports.

Price2Spy tutorial #4 – connecting your own software with Price2Spy


Price2Spy API is a Web Service enabling your own software to communicate (in both directions) with Price2Spy.

This tutorial will show you some basic principles of Price2Spy API, and some of the most common use cases.

Price2Spy tutorial #5 – monitoring MAP violations


This tutorial is for manufacturers who’d like to keep an eye on their retailers / distributors – whether they are in compliance of minimal advertised price (MAP)

It can be also used by retailers who want to be alerted of MAP price violations done by their competitors.

Price2Spy Tutorial #6 – Pricing Dashboard


This tutorial shows how you can customize your Pricing Dashboard so you can easily see various reports / charts (like Pricing Dynamics, Pricing Landscape, Products with price deviations etc) on a single screen.

Price2Spy Tutorial #7 – User Management


Learn everything about user types in Price2Spy, and what each type of user can do in your Price2Spy account.

Price2Spy Tutorial #8 – Repricing


How to reprice your own products from Price2Spy?
How to setup your pricing strategy, what is Clever Raise, and what is Clever Drop?
Who should use Indirect Repricing, and who should go for Direct one?
All the answers are in our brand new tutorial #8 🙂

Price2Spy Tutorial #9 – Capturing more than just product price


This tutorial will show you how to capture data like shipping costs, seller name, product reviews – and how to make the most of data captured this way.

Price2Spy Tutorial #10 – Linking your own store with Price2Spy


Learn how to quickly (and with no IT effort) link your own store to Price2Spy

Price2Spy Tutorial #11 – Working with multiple currencies


Learn different ways how multiple currencies can be handled within your Price2Spy account

Price2Spy Tutorial #12 – Making use of Matching Suggestions


In this video you will learn how to benefit from Matching Suggestions – Price2Spy’s free feature helping you to

  • save time on product matching
  • identify new websites selling products that you are already monitoring

Price2Spy Tutorial #13 – Multiple products on one page


Have you encountered a situation where you’d like to monitor a price of a product which does not have a product URL of it’s own (but rather it shares the same URL with several other products). This tutorial will show how Price2Spy handles such cases.

Price2Spy Tutorial #14 – Automated reports


Learn how to setup your own automated reports, delivered daily to your inbox.

Price2Spy Tutorial #15 – Automated product matching (Automatch)


Accurate product matching is key prerequisite for good online price monitoring. Learn how Price2Spy’s Automatch (automated product matching) works, what options it offers, and which ones make most sense in your case.

Price2Spy Tutorial #16 – Product data extraction (aka: Crawl services)

Learn how Price2Spy helps you extract product data from competitor websites, by crawling whole (or parts) of their website.