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Topic # 226348 3-Jan-2018 18:45
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Hopefully I got the right section as it's the closest I could see.

 

 

 

What I want to know is where does Price Spy get their popularity graph stats from? Do they work with just a number of stores, is there a way they track the number of purchases nationwide?

 

 

 

Would be interesting to know how accurate it is


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  Reply # 1928612 3-Jan-2018 19:09
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I always assumed it was based on the searches made on Pricespy, ie the more somethings searched for the more popular it is





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  Reply # 1928613 3-Jan-2018 19:09
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My guess would be it's just what users are looking at on Price Spy itself. So page visits or time spent on pages. Maybe searches, click throughs etc. You'd get a pretty good picture just from that sort of information.


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