Common Questions Answered- Tactical Arbitrage: Am I facing internal competition with other users?

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Kennedell Amoo-Gottfried
Published
August 3, 2022
Modified
September 16, 2022
Common Questions Answered- Tactical Arbitrage: Am I facing internal competition with other users?

Being the premier online arbitrage tool on the market has meant that Tactical Arbitrage’s user base has been growing by leaps and bounds.

Understandably, some customers have been wondering if this pace of growth means having more users to compete against for the same deals, 

The good news is that the answer is no! 

One of the things that makes Tactical Arbitrage so effective is the level of personalization each seller brings to it - all have their own strategies, which consist of different ROI targets, different markets, different products and different buyer bases.

The wide range of filters, targets, and exclusions offered by TA means that each result is as unique as each individual seller and makes competition extremely unlikely to be an issue that would negatively affect users’ ability to find arbitrage opportunities.

Filters, Filters, Filters

To successfully find profitable products on TA, you have to be smart with your filters to begin with - looking for specific discounts, from specific stores, targeting a specific return on investment (ROI), with specific exclusions for things you don’t want to see. 

Maybe you don’t want items from third-party sellers, or out-of-stock products. Maybe you want a specific word in the product title (or you definitely don’t want a specific word) or a fixed price per item.

Maybe you only want to look at the top 10% of a given category or you want to be more open to the items not selling as well, or maybe you don’t want to spend so much on shipping costs so you limit how much each item costs to bundle or ship. 

All these and numerous other factors, can be accounted for as each individual seller executes a search. 

These combinations are as unique as passwords - sure, there’s a chance that two people use the same one, but highly unlikely just by virtue of statistics.

The numbers don’t lie. In a recent competition held by TA to find the most profitable ASIN, over 1,000 entries were made and only three were duplicated. The bookies call those home run odds. 

So don’t worry -your slice of the pie will not shrink, the entire pie is growing.

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About the author
Kennedell Amoo-Gottfried
Kennedell is Head of Account Management, Onboarding, and Operations at Threecolts. He began working in ecommerce in 2020 with OldStreetMedia, where he was General Manager. While getting his MBA from London Business School, he worked as part of Manchester United’s media strategy team and Twitter’s Global Content Partnerships team. He also worked for several years in finance departments for the oil & gas industry before turning his talents to the ecommerce sector.