New Competition Types in Appeagle repricing

By Chris Dawson October 28, 2013 - 6:24 am

Appeagle is a multichannel repricing platform that helps online merchants capture more sales by keeping their prices more competitive. They have been adding new competitions types to give their users more control over who they reprice against. These new competition settings give Appeagle users more options to help them engage their competition more effectively allowing them to win more Buy Boxes


Excluding Non-Featured Merchants has been one of their most requested features and is finally now available with Appeagle! This feature lets our users keep their listings from being repriced against merchants that can not win the Buy Box. By choosing to only compete against Featured Merchants, Appeagle users can maintain higher profit margins.

Excluding Specific Merchants allows you to choose which sellers you want to specifically compete against or ignore. By excluding or including specific merchants you ensure that listings reprice efficiently and precisely against true competition. For instance (not saying anyone does have two Amazon accounts) but you wouldn’t want to compete against yourself!

Finally Appeagle now enables their users to choose how to compete when Amazon is their competition. You can set a separate “beat by” amount or choose to exclude Amazon altogether so that you can focus on the competition that matters to you.

Appeagle supports listings on the Amazon global, eBay global and marketplaces. FBA (Fulfilled by Amazon) listings are fully supported. If you’d like to try Appeagle in the run up to the busy Christmas selling season, they have a free 30 day trial and you don’t even need to add your credit card details until you’re sure it’s right for you.

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