Amazeowl is relatively new chrome extension and is free to use while the desktop application currently costs additional features. They have just released the UK version but they charge a fee. It focuses primarily on private label research and is very similar to the Jungle Scout, where you can show BSR and other product data to find opportunities. If you are in the US then it is worth the test.
Why and How to use AmazeOwl?
Amazeowl is a new player on the scene but it is free and the most permanently free – it makes a no brainer, go sign up soon! This small gem is very small among most US marketers, which packs in many features. As of this writing, a product database is just added (so the JS web app is the same) and still spotty in places, it’s free.
Other main performance competitor and tracker – You can set up filters in the backend, and when Amazon browsing, any potential products will highlight all the information you need (without clicking on the product). Then, if you like the look, it can be added to the product tracker. You can put daily watch in main competition; easily see their lists and daily sales and any fluctuations.
You can also check the average price and BSR changes (since the time you add the product, so you can track more accurate data). Even if I do not like the price, it’s easy to manage all of your research with a quick description of all the key information (price, Google trends, sales estimates, etc.) and a quick overview of the margin effect. This is a very clean and well-organized way to create your research.
From reviewing TOS changes, I canceled my AMZ tracker and now using Amazeowl to keep and manage my product research and keep a small eye on potential products and competitors. Currently, it works for Amazon.com, but UK and EU operations are coming. It’s jumping on board – an excellent piece of software and the operational list is going to get bigger.
Features of Amazeowl
If you start selling in amazon, it’s important to have time for research products that have a high potential for success. Do not spend some part of the list that you have not sold!
How would you find a million dollar product Find a product that generates $ 3,000 per year, and you earn about $ 1,000,000 a year. There are three things to keep in mind when looking for a product: high product price, high sales speed and over weight and size. (Generally, I find a product under a pound, but in this case, step out of the box and separate us from the competition.)
1. High Purchase Price
The higher the purchase price, the lower the sales of the cash you want. The products that sell for more money will have a big margin of profit.
As a general rule, the products sold between $ 30 and $ 100 will have a better profit margin than products ranging from $ 10 to $ 20. Why? Amazon will charge you a minimum fee, because the cost of your product. The higher priced price PPC offers a bigger margin for you to make money with ads and productivity.
2. High Sales Velocity
What do I mean by the high sales moment? A product that sells many times a day – I represent a product that really sells fast. Now, it is difficult to find a product with both high purchase price and high sales speed, but it is possible! The time spent in research is worth finding a product to stand up to the competition.
3. High Weight and Large Size
A big product is different from the competition, but you can give a different room. Most people try to sell small items on Amazon, so selling bigger products automatically keeps you in a category with fewer competitors. So, go for a larger product and separate the heck from you!
1. Find promising products FAST
What is selling and what is the less expensive the ship is not too expensive? Choosing the right product is crucial. AmazeOwl makes it quick and easy.
Dedicated desktop app
Quick comb through Amazon lists and adapt to your needs by Amerin lists, BSR score, number of reviews, etc.
Save listings directly from Amazon
AmazeOwl will remove the need for cumbersome spreadsheets by saving all the details of lists if you want to see it closely.
2. Dive deeper into your product’s demand and competition
How do you compete for this product category? How much money can I make? Use market data from different sources to build your case.
Source external data
Add data sources like Google Trends, Alibaba Cost estimates and FBA cost calculator.
Build your list of competitors
AmazeOwl to your product starts tracking surface contenders and their activities.
3. Keep an eye on your competitors
Who are active in their list? Who’s running out of the list? Start tracking the dynamics of the market, changes to price changes, new entries and personal lists.
Stay connected when you find the supplier
Competitors may change significantly before you make your first order. Keep them on top.
Get the details
See the history of a particular competitor list, including price movements, photo updates, rating shifts, and reviews calculation changes.