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Is there a way to find all sites a particluar product is listed on?

Discussion in 'Shopping' started by JWL, Apr 3, 2011.

  1. #1
    Would be an excellent fnd if so -- anyone know? Thanks.
    SEMrush
     
    JWL, Apr 3, 2011 IP
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    #3
    It is very tough task. Because for a particular product, there are many sites, blogs, articles, bookmarks and classified ads already available. So if you search any product you will get mix result of above services. So if you really want to access more sites then search on Google with appreciate keywords or if you need country specific sites and you can use search on Google country specific sites. India Google.co.in

    Thanks
    NV Marketer
     
    nvmarketer, Apr 6, 2011 IP
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    I think this is difficult, maybe some real hackers can do...
     
    saicou, Apr 10, 2011 IP
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    If that product is somewhat popular, why don't try PriceGrabber or NextTag ?
     
    bfpseller, Apr 11, 2011 IP
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    Some of the changes in announced by Google regarding their product search should enable this, at least for sites syndicating their listings on Google Product Search. Here is an excerpt from an email that I received from Google on April 1 announcing changes scheduled to be rolled out May 3rd:

    "Starting May 3rd, 2011, we’ll require your product listings to include at least two of the three unique identifiers (Brand, MPN, GTIN)."

    Once these changes are rolled out, searching on Google Product search using any 2 of the following: Brand, MPN, GTIN should approximate this and at least give you information that is "directional" that can be used to compare merchants/distributors/suppliers online presence for a particular product.

    Good luck
     
    ebizroi, Apr 20, 2011 IP
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    I am also agree with him. Google Product is a Perfect search engine about find any particular product with model no. You can easily search any product by product name and model no. what you want.
     
    mossergraham, Apr 21, 2011 IP
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    Agreed Google Product Search would be a good rule of thumb for where a product is listed. But it will miss affiliates and sellers that don't use that program.
     
    CPC_Andrew, Apr 21, 2011 IP
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    I can't find a better one than Google Product search in this respect.
     
    jyhqp, May 1, 2011 IP
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    Like ebizroi said, it is mandatory from now on to include any unique identifiers for each product except apparels and clothing category. You can use UPC, Brand, GTIN or MPN to submit products to google products. So Google can quickly combine the products with the same identifiers and show it to you like it already does for a few "Available from 13 store, Compare Now".

    Regards,
     
    norprowebstore, May 1, 2011 IP
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    lol, i am trying to figue this out to.
     
    exp9382, May 19, 2011 IP
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    how can I know the MPN and GTIN identifiers of the product? Thank you!!!
     
    dressmydream, Sep 23, 2011 IP
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    It is hard to do it . Happily we have google . Mark the product industry + the country - the other conditions . Try it .
     
    sophia911, Oct 12, 2011 IP