Wouldn’t it be great to know you’re getting the cheapest price possible for all the products you want? As a consumer, you’ll often find the place you sourced your “bargain” from, is actually over-selling the product and you could’ve paid a lesser price elsewhere. Say hello to Pricesearcher.

Though you may think Google or a price comparison site does this anyway, it’s not always the case. Sam Dean, founder of Pricesearcher states he has developed the first-ever truly unbiased and comprehensive shopping search platform. Let’s see what Pricesearcher has to offer.

Google has been known to skew its online shopping results towards its own platform. With that, “the European Commission handed the tech giant a mammoth €2.7bn fine for doing so.” – Independent

What Is Pricesearcher?

“Pricesearcher is a free and unbiased product search engine.”

Get access to all the worlds prices, from all sources across the internet, in one place. That means you can see prices for a particular product from Retailers, Marketplaces like Amazon, Price Comparison Sites and more. You can be sure that by completing one simple search, you’re granted access to all of this data to find the best deal.

Did you know that Brits miss out on £4.6 billion worth of savings each year by not comparing online shopping prices?

Consumer Benefits

  • With Pricesearcher, consumers have access to buying guides and reviews from every corner on the web, so they can be sure they have all the information needed to make an informed buying decision.
  • Largest product aggregator in the UK, meaning that customers looking to buy at the cheapest price will most likely find it here.
  • Consumers get a complete view for the first time of non paid listings (unlike Google Shopping).
  • Pricesearcher is the UK’s most comprehensive index of retail products and prices ever in one place – including those from Amazon and eBay.

Why Do Retailers Need Pricesearcher?

For a retailer, although you may think this could hinder your sales and make what’s an already competitive world, more competitive, it does have benefits. Sick of feeling like a small fish in a big pond? As Pricesearcher is an unbiased search engine, it means that sellers of all sizes can display their products to the world, with no entry barriers.

Is Your Traffic Coming From Pricesearcher Already?

Pricesearcher indexes data from the seven main sources of data. So, as a retailer, you probably appear in one or more of these channels already. However, it’s not guaranteed. It’s highly likely that well-known retailer, Amazon, already had its products listed, yet it supplied its product feed to ensure each of its 80 million company products was indexed.

Retailer Benefits

  • It’s 100% free to list your products on Pricesearcher. You’ll never be charged for the traffic generated from the tool or the resulting sales.
  • It processes any feed format within 24 hours.
  • All traffic sent from Pricesearcher is fully trackable in your existing analytic tools.
  • You can compete with big retailers by showcasing your, perhaps cheaper, prices alongside theirs.
  • The machine learning behind the tool is able to easily categorise the products and create a seamless integration with the retailer’s website. This way it can accurately bring up the cheapest price for products related to a particular search term.

NEW! for July 2019: The Pricesearch Browser Extension

Thanks to new research commissioned by retail price comparison site Pricesearcher, they have now created their new browser extension. The research reveals 48 million Brits shopping online could each save £95 a year by comparing prices. And that’s where the new extension comes into play, making it super easy and convenient to get find which retailers are selling the products they want, for the cheapest price.

What did Pricesearcher’s research reveal?

  • Clothing was the only retail area to see online sales growth in the three months to April 2019, supporting the findings that Brits are most likely to shop online for clothes (58%), followed by books (44%) and items for their home and garden (35%).
  • A total saving of £1.1 billion across the UK could be made across these three popular retail categories.
  • The top three retail categories boasting the biggest savings are auto parts, jewellery and DIY – with average savings of £186, £33, and £32 respectively.
  • Shockingly, only a third of Brits (34%) are aware that Google Shopping only displays paid listings.

So, what’s the goal?

With the launch of the extension, Pricesearcher is on a mission to help online shoppers identify all possible purchasing options and prices for the products they want to buy.

With the largest ever index of products to search from, online shoppers can visit Pricesearcher to compare prices on over 150 million different products – as well as prices from high-street retailers, brand sites, online sellers such as ASOS, and deal sites such as Groupon.

What does the browser extension do?

A browser extension is practically a tool which works in the background whilst you’re browsing the internet, checking over 10,000 websites. For any of the 150 million products in its index, Pricesearcher’s extension checks which other retailers are selling the same product, and at which price.

Then, the extension will let the shopper know all their buying options instantly, alerting them to better prices, with a simple message that appears on the screen.

“No retailer pays to appear on Pricesearcher; our free platform encourages them to showcase all their products, giving shoppers total price transparency and the complete view of all their buying options, in one place.” – Sam Dean, CEO and founder of Pricesearcher

Want to download the extension? Click here.