- November 7th, 2018
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Price Monitoring Your Competition SKUs
Data is fun and sometimes messy, but not today. Here’s a pretty clean example of price monitoring competition SKU pricing on Amazon for the lowest priced seller. Does this help you making pricing decisions on your own products, maybe. Can you make those decisions without this type of data, I wouldn’t recommend it!
Competitor price monitoring can be difficult as there are many different ways to slice the data, especially when you think about Marketplaces. Do you care about the lowest seller of that product? Or how about only when Amazon is the seller? Or just the averaged price over all the sellers? No matter which way you want to slice the data, we’ve got you.
Our process is pretty simple for monitoring your competitors prices.
- Let us know the sites (Amazon, Walmart, Jet, etc..)
- Provide us with the SKU’s
- Sit back and enjoy the data…
Our product is an eCommerce price monitoring tool for Brands. The most common use-case is Brands trying to identify minimum advertised price violators (MAP Violators as you will see us use sometimes). But MAP violation tracking is just a function of price monitoring. So beyond just looking for MAP violators we can also help a Brand track their competition, identify poor product listings (like ones with 2 images or less), provide all the sellers, and even custom reports like “Tell me what products have dropped in price since our previous price scrape.”
From there we have a myriad of ways to provide the data to you. We can serve it up on our Web App, send you email alerts, get you hooked into our API, drop it off on an FTP, or even upload it to DropBox. Your call, we are flexible.
Check out https://www.frigginyeah.com/price-monitoring/ for more details on how we can help.
If you are interested in learning more about MAP Policy checkout our MAP Policy FAQ
Finally if you’d like to read about Authorized Reseller Agreements, we’ve got you covered.