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Current Forum: Optimum Pricing / Re-pricing
CompetitorEye
2/12/2013 9:05:29 PM
Competing against FBA sellers Read: 1879
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CompetitorEye
7/23/2012 6:29:55 PM
Dynamic Price Radius Exclusions Read: 1605
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Price radius exclusions. A new feature of Optimized Pricing Defaults.

When utilizing a repricing strategy of competing for the lowest or second lowest pricing in a given position (lowest of featured sellers or lowest of overall including secondary page sellers) many times you need to be weary of the “lowball” price.

Sometimes these prices are errors caused by the Amazon seller themselves, or simply the seller is blowing out any available inventory they may have at a loss. Regardless of “why” the price is what it is, sometimes you may not want to beat that sellers price, even if above your floor.

Price radius exclusion allows you to dynamically exclude competing with sellers that are outside of your defined “Safe Zone”.

For example, let’s say your floor is $25 on an item you are selling on Amazon for $50. Let’s say you have competition around your price from $45 to $55 and one seller selling for $30. Although you can lower your price to beat that $30 seller, it may not be the best move for you, even though your floor allows it.

By setting your price radius to say 20% (with the $50 item example), this tells the system to ignore sellers selling that item at your price > 20% or $60 and above or selling at your price < 20% or $40 or below. A dynamic window of between $40 and $60



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Exclude sellers by name for repricing. Read: 1472
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Raise to ceiling pricing temporarily suspended Read: 1315
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Min Qty and seller rating exclusions Read: 1374
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