Tactical Expander is a Chrome extension that works with Tactical Arbitrage to expand its features.
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Allows users to extract product information from third-party websites that are not currently supported by Tactical Arbitrage, over 400 sites and constantly growing, so you can source products from those sites to find new reselling and arbitrage products.
- Expands Tactical Arbitrage, so you can look-up and source from +400 more sites to scan for product leads
- You can also scan multiple categories at once
- Import and Export CSV files for easy management
- Includes, also, multi-CSV exports
- Or you can directly export the leads to Tactical Arbitrage to integrate the extracted data.
Tactical Expander integrates with Tactical Arbitrage, allowing users to combine the extracted product information from third-party websites with the features of Tactical Arbitrage.
As Tactical Arbitrage integrates with Amazon Seller Central, Amazon Emerald, Keepa, CamelCamelCamel, Inventory Lab, Scoutify and SkuGrid you could say that, in a way, Tactical Expander also integrates with those tools.
Tactical Expander offers both monthly and yearly subscription plans:
- Monthly Subscription: $29.00 per month
- Yearly Subscription: $297.00 per year (equivalent to $24.75 per month)
If you're already a Tactical Arbitrage user, you'll find Tactical Expander a game-changer as it will give you instant super powers to source +400 more sites from USA, UK, Mexico, Canada, Germany, Spain, France, Italy and Australia. Sites such as Amazon.de, Amazon.co.uk, Amazon.com, miniinthebox, asics, adidas, vitacost, corelle, underarmour, shop.samsung, adorama, vincecamuto, ladyfootlocker, bedbathhome, acmetools, tjmaxx.tjx, uniformcity, skechers, fossil, bathandbodyworks or nordstrom. So, basically, your product source market will expand a lot in just a few clicks.
What does that mean? More leads to buy + increased revenue potential. As it's 100% integrated with Tactical Arbitrage that ensures a no-pain experience, being able to send your leads directly to TA.
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