Learn more about the segmented vision provided by the Netrivals Marketplaces section

You can get to check how your store/brand positions among competitors in the most important Comparison Shopping Engines.

Currently, Netrivals Marketplaces Module offers information from several marketplaces and comparison shopping engines, some of them are: Google Shopping, Idealo, PriceRunner, Amazon, Bol, Billiger, Carrefour, CDiscount, Walmart, La Redoute, Guenstiger, El Corte Inglés, Rakuten, Geizhals and Fnac.


You can also check the presentation below to learn more about how to monitorize your Amazon account in Netrivals platform (click on the image to open):

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Google Shopping

On the other hand, if you are specially interested in Google Shopping, you can check this video to know more about this marketplace, and how to integrate it in our platform:

Remember that you need to contract the specific marketplaces you want to monitor in order to find them on your Marketplaces Module. If you want to add more marketplaces or comparison engines, contact your Customer Care Specialist or Account Representative.

Getting access

If you want to get access to the Marketplaces Module, you simply need to click on the drop-down menu in the Product List page. Once there, you will see as many marketplaces as you have contracted.

The different marketplaces logos are displayed, so that by only clicking one, you can find all the segmented and detailed information about your products there.

You can request to monitorize a new store or Marketplace but only clicking on + Add a store/marketplace.


When you enter a marketplace in Netrivals, a data table is displayed. Here, you can find all the information that Netrivals’ system collects from the different monitorized marketplaces.

1. Product: Here is an overview of your product. An image of the products helps you visualize the product in question.

2. Price: See your price/MSRP.

3. AVG: The product average price taking into account all of the sellers' prices.

4: PI AVG: An average of all the prices and how they compare to yours. This index can be below or above 100%. When it is set below, it means that the product is being sold by sellers at an average price that is lower than the price you’ve set. Likewise, when that index is above 100%, it means that competitors are selling at an average price which is higher than your price. Finally, if the product is being sold by other sellers at an equal or similar price as yours, the percentage will be near 100%. At this point, bear in mind that the PI AVG is always an average, so it can happen that the average PI for a product is above 100, but there are still some sellers who may be selling this specific product below the market’s average price.

5. Dif. chp: The difference (in percentage) between your price/MSRP and the cheapest seller. If the difference is, for instance, 7%, it means that your price is 7% more expensive than the seller’s. On the other hand, if the difference is -7%, your price is 7% cheaper than the retailer’s.

6. Top 50 sellers: Find the different sellers in the marketplace, as well as the price set for each of them. The color indicates: Green (your price/MSRP is cheaper than the seller), yellow (your price/MRSP is equal or similar), and red (your price/MSRP are more expensive). Positions are given according to the level of competitiveness of each one of the sellers.

buy box.png If you see this icon, it means that seller has the Buy Box.

Product detail

1. You can switch between direct webs and marketplaces.

2. You can select the variant of the product, if it is any.

3. Seller: The seller in question and data of the product. You can click on it and you will be redirected to the product webpage. If this seller has the Buy Box, it will be shown here.

4. Country: The country where the seller is selling that product.

5. Condition: If the product is new or of second hand.

6. Price: Price set by the seller which color indicates: Green (your price/MSRP is cheaper than the seller), yellow (your price/MRSP is equal or similar), and red (your price/MSRP are more expensive)

7. Delivery: The price of the delivery, if it is any.

8. Total: The price set by the seller including the shipping costs.

9. Difference (diff): The difference between your price/MSRP and the price of each seller, in both percentage and euros (or currency considered within your account).

IF YOU ARE A RETAILER If it shows a 23% diff, it means that your price is 23% more expensive. In case it is -23%, that would mean that your price is 23% cheaper.

IF YOU ARE A BRAND If it shows a 23% diff, it means that your MSRP is 23% cheaper. In case it is -23%, that would mean that your MSRP is 23% more expensive.


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