Be the first one to know when your competitor makes a move
This is Anthony. Anthony is a marketing officer at xyz-industries.com, a brand that sells shoes online.
One of his regular tasks includes checking offers and product prices of his competitors. Since there are so many products and so many competitors, Anthony has to spend a lot of time manually checking the details of each URL.
Using Stillio, Anthony added all his competitors’ product pages and offer URLs to the dashboard. Since Stillio allows to add frequency of archiving the page, Anthony is now able to take daily screenshots as per his requirements.
All the webpages are now stored as images in Anthony’s Dropbox which he can check on the go (either on mobile or laptop). If required, he can also share the screenshots with respective teams i.e. sales, design, etc.
With Stillio, Anthony can now focus on other important tasks as the archiving process is completely automated.
Changes in pricing of your competitor’s product can hamper your sales too. Stay aware of their latest pricings with automated screenshots feature by Stillio.
When it comes to attracting your customers, you don’t want to take any chances. Keep an eye on every offer and giveaway your rivals are running and lure their customers with even better discounts. Whether it concerns social media, blog or their 3rd party profile pages, Stillio makes it possible to track almost everything.
Do you keep wondering what your competitors are up to? Are you curious about their next step? Be the first one to know about their latest products and features. Monitor the competitors the way you want.
Even a minor change on your rivals’ websites can play a huge role in conversions. Monitor their website changes and respond with a better design.
Keeping track of reviews of customers can be a great medium to understand possible flaws in the product. The shortcomings of your rivals can become your greatest competitive advantage.
Terms and privacy policies are important. But when these belong to your competitors, there is no way you can afford taking risks. Keep track of any minor or major changes.