How people use their web data
Retailers monitor competitor pricing, product rankings, and customer sentiment plus get images and product descriptions for their marketplaces.
Manufacturers easily monitor minimum advertised price (MAP) and ensure compliance from retail partners.
Track retail store openings and closings, monitor real-estate listing changes, extract consumer sentiment, track pricing, and more.
Journalists use web data as a basis to validate their story, combining web data with other sources to write articles.
Gather data and images to feed machine learning and AI.
Movie, music, and book producers easily track ranking changes on sites like IMBD, Spotify, and Amazon.
Hotels and restaurants monitor customer sentiment with a daily report pulling changes to rating on Yelp or Trip Advisor.
Marketing and product
Marketing, product development, and executives track real-time product sentiment on industry blogs and adjust the business accordingly.
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