Tools question: I’m testing Jungle Scout and looking at Keyword Inspector tools. The goal is finding new niche opportunities with accurate data, and building sales on an existing pillar product. (Sounds obvious, right)? I’ve been on several webinars, and FB groups selling these types of tools, and I see mixed reviews on these and other tools in the market place. I don’t mind spending money on these to make money, and just as critical to not lose money with a bad product decision. Any feedback on these and the most effective process to use? Thanks!
JS beta web app, and the Amasuite product line. Each do different things depending on your experience level. The JS Beta online app has a database that is updated by the company often. It is fast. It has the standard filters and a ranking and Listing Quality Score. “We’ve ranked all the product listings between 1-100 (100 is best) depending on the title, bullet points, description, pictures and more. This makes it super easy to find poor listings that are still selling well. Give it a try!” quoted from the webapp. The JS pro chrome extension is for the step when you want to see how other sellers are ranking for the product. It will extract several pages from Amazon and you can do the standard filtering. The Amasuite is powerful and capable of deep inspection- i’ve done searched that have taken all night to complete. This was overkill for me just starting. The product is very powerful, just not for me just starting, but you may not have the same experience. The JS web app is monthly, amasuite has a 30 day money back. I tried the Amadata but that did not come close to the simplicity of the JS Beta web app so i cancelled it. No hassles. Hope this helps.
The downside with Jungle Scout is that you can only use it for product research. If you’re looking to build a long-term business from Amazon private labelling, I would recommend using a software tool that integrates several Amazon specific features, instead of having to purchase a different tool to cover every need you have.
Try Sellics; they have a competitor monitoring tool which will let you plug in the ASIN of any Amazon product and show you the product’s daily sales volume; keep the tool running for 2-3 weeks to validate sales volume & reduce the risk of entering an unprofitable niche. (they also have a keyword research tool which is free to use.)
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