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Category and Brand Performance Analytics provided by Prisync
December 20, 2022

Get Profitable Insights with Prisync’s Category/ Brand Performance Analytics Feature

Prisync is a competitor price tracking and dynamic pricing software for any size of ecommerce business. It helps your business to optimize prices and maximize revenue by tracking competitors and smart market data analytics. How… Continue Reading

Prisync's Feature Marketplace Data Tracking
December 13, 2022

Have Control In Your Ecommerce Market With Prisync’s Marketplace Data Tracking Feature

Marketplace Data Tracking When it comes to price competition on ecommerce platforms like eBay, Amazon, Shopify, Google Shopping, and more you need automations/apps/tools that will make your work for market research easier, make it easier… Continue Reading

Magento Extension 03
May 7, 2018

Magento Extension: A Guide to Prisync Integration

Hey Magento users or the ones who are planning to use Magento for their online store, are you ready to meet with the most exciting Magento extension? If so, just sit back and keep reading!… Continue Reading

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May 2, 2018

Prisync API: 15 Ideas to Increase Sales

I know you are surrounded with a thousand analytics tools; tools measuring the visitor traffic or conversion rates on your webshop; other tools monitoring your ads on Google or Facebook; gadgets for A/B testing; tools… Continue Reading

Prisync Api 02
March 20, 2018

Prisync API Tutorial: Part 2 for Gathering Data

Welcome to the 2nd of Prisync API Tutorial Series aiming to clarify the API foundations. In the first blog post, I speculated about: which problems Prisync (and the API V2.0) solves on behalf of you,… Continue Reading

Prisync Api 01
December 28, 2017

Prisync API Tutorial: Part 1 for Beginners

This post is an introduction to Prisync API V2.0, aiming to explain the foundations and beyond. Let's get directly into it. The Problem Let's assume you are running an e-commerce website, called "The Lovely Store",… Continue Reading