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Junglescout – the Only Product Finding Tool You Need

I know you are looking for an affiliate link, but to put it quite simply this really the only product I can endorse, in full confidence. If I had to pick one tool to use for the Amazon business, it would be between Junglescout and Merchantwords, plain and simple.

Junglescout’s tool gives you the average review count and sales and best of the revenue each page in the SERP. The best part of Junglescout is that is inexpensive compared to what it can do. You only need the lite version of the Google Chrome extension to use it successfully.

Before Junglescout…

Before Junglescout, all you had to rely on to know if a product was a good pick was the bestseller rank and how many reviews most other versions of the same product from other brands had.

Now with Junglescout, you do not have to follow those rules you pick products based on the desired level of revenue you wish to bring in.  Junglescout creates almost a no lose situation.

Here’s an example of Junglescout in use:

How I Assess

This is how I use Junglescout, I have never released this information before, and I am not sure I will keep it on the site, to be honest with you, so if you are reading this now screenshot or save this in a word document.

First of all make sure whatever product you are researching meets the base requirements like being a simple, small product. You can see the rest of the pre-evaluation factors here: Best Private Label Products

After I run Junglescout on the SERP of the most searched keyword for the product, which is usually the product’s root phrase, for instance, the “baking mat.”

1. Write down the number of the lowest review count and it’s sales revenue

2. Write down the number of the highest review count and it’s sales revenue

3. Look at the prices of both the products

4. Determine if the products you are looking at are indeed the same (if it’s Argan oil, is it strictly for hair and the other not, is there is a bottle size difference, is one a 2-pack). Skip to 6. if the same, go to 5., if not.

5. If the products are not essentially the same, find the match for each on the page and run through steps 1-3 again. Usually, you want to pick the one you prefer to continue to number 6.

6. Look at the lowest review count do you feel you can compete, if not, you can end your evaluation there. If you feel you can, go to number 7.

7. If you feel you can reach within 100 of the highest review count competitively, this is a good sign that this is your product.

8.Look at the revenue of the lowest review count, does the revenue sustain your product cost. Look at the price of the product here, is it far below everyone else’s or is it right in line.  If it’s far below, this may be a sign of a product that may head toward the bottom of prices after months of competition.

9. Finally, see if the revenue by the highest review count product is in line with your goals.

The biggest factor here, is making sure the products you pick are in line with your business goals and you can sustain and profit with the product with your level of resources when it comes to sourcing and launching your product.

A Free Alternative

Still not sure you want to take up the investment.  Well, check out this free alternative called Unicorn Smasher.  It gives you all the data points Junglescout does but I just personally feel that Junglescout is slightly more accurate, but that’s just an assumption by me, do not take it as fact.

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A note from Crushing Azon:  We believe no one should have to pay over $2000 for access to information that could change his or her life.

Everyone should have access to explore a business model that works.  For this reason, we put our entire flagship course on Skillshare where you can access it free for 30 Days: http://skl.sh/2nSevaF

Sign up and take a look and if you don’t like what you see, cancel it’s as simple as that (but we know you won’t).  🙂

Or get our flagship guide free with Kindle Unlimited: How to Crush it on Amazon: Create a Brand and Build a Million Dollar Business in a Year

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Dangerous Products (Dropship and Private Label No-No’s)

I see a lot of posts of confused entrepreneurs either confused on what to sell or just plain heading into the wrong direction when it comes to picking a product.

Dangerous Products You Never Want to Pick

Stay away from products that rely heavily on brand names (Swiffer)

You cannot compete with brands with a significant presence. They catch the customer’s eye every time. These brands also have 1000s of reviews. Do not private label a Cola, in efforts to try to beat Coca-Cola, trust me it will not workout.

My general rule is to avoid products that already have a top of mind presence. For instance, I wouldn’t source batteries because Duracell comes to mind. I wouldn’t source the “cola” because Coca-cola comes to mind.

Heavy items (kettle balls)

You want to alleviate shipping costs as much as possible. This is not really a dropship no-no as much as an FBA or warehousing no-no. Yes, when it comes to traditional dropshipping the customer would pay this cost. But if you are warehousing your own product or sending it to FBA that cost is coming out of your pocket, so you will want to avoid it, especially, if these items are coming from China.

Seasonal items (Christmas ornaments, small Christmas trees)

You want products to sell all year long. You do not want a business based on the season. You want what is called evergreen products for consistent cash flow.

Large Items (Furniture)

This one is similar to the heavy items in regards to shipping. This also is a problem with storage. Particularly in Amazon FBA, items as large as yoga mats will restrict you to 500 starting out. You want to higher sales velocity on these items as well. Traditionally, larger items are more expensive, and this leads to a slower sales volume.

For Aspiring Entrepreneurs Who Do Not Know What to Sell…

The hardest thing for aspiring entrepreneurs to wrap their heads around is what to sell. They either do not know how to find what to sell or are overwhelmed with the options.

The biggest factor holding them back is the inability to pull the trigger to make a decision. Sellers want to avoid a loss at all costs whether this is monetary, time, or reputation. This risk aversion puts them in a state where they feel they have to pick the “perfect product.”

The thing is…

Your Product DOES NOT Have to be Perfect…It’s all about Marketing.

Marketing is all about choosing your sales channel and your method to get traffic. What’s a sales channel? This could be Amazon or a Shopify website. This is anywhere you can take money for your product.

The next step is choosing how to draw traffic to this sales channel. Will you use affiliates, Pay per click services (Google ads, Facebook ads), contests on social media, or use of influencers like bloggers or just those with huge social media followings. You can win by doing just one of these really well. Some blogs cover each in detail.

Bonus: Marketing in Marketplaces

Traffic for your product can be taken care of with marketplaces like Amazon, Etsy, and Buy.com. Buyers come to this sites looking for products to purchase with the card in hand giving higher conversion in the long run than with PPC campaigns. The key to winning is to outdo your competitors on the very same marketplace. You have to stand out as a competitor; you want the best-looking listing. This means better or more quality reviews and photos. You can compete by having a better main image try creating a digital rendering of your photo to make it stand out; this will produce a better quality image than your competition. You can find someone who can digitally render your product photos at Upwork.com or Fiverr.com.

A wrote guide to this in particular to Amazon here: Amazon FBA for Beginners

Think about the potential of reorders and cross-sells and think about creating a brand, not just a one-off product.

You have to understand giving your customers more than one option takes stress off having to pick one perfect product. If they decide not to purchase your main product maybe they will pick a cheaper product that you offer. This cheaper product can work as a cross-sell or up-sell.

In regards, to reorders this goes along with consumables like beauty products (creams and lotions), supplemental products (Vitamin B12 and fish oil), food (coffee). The new entrepreneurial trend is subscriptions and this model works well with all the types of products I listed above. This gives you consistency in your revenue making them a bit more predictable.

Do Not Misunderstand…

You still want to set some parameters for yourself. For instance, for dropshippers you want small products that you can easily ship (for more info: Amazon for Beginners

You also may not want a long sales process, so real estate may not be your business model. We live in a unique time where you can design your life. You can also design your business as well. It’s possible to have a 7-figure business with only you and your spouse as employees.

So investigate business models and determine exactly what you are willing to do in your business.

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A note from Crushing Azon:  We believe no one should have to pay over $2000 for access to information that could change his or her life.

Everyone should have access to explore a business model that works.  For this reason, we put our entire flagship course on Skillshare where you can access it free for 30 Days: http://skl.sh/2nSevaF

Sign up and take a look and if you don’t like what you see, cancel it’s as simple as that (but we know you won’t).  🙂

Or get our flagship guide free with Kindle Unlimited: How to Crush it on Amazon: Create a Brand and Build a Million Dollar Business in a Year

*To own the course and get lifetime updates see our “Courses/Trainings” Page.

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Need an “Innovative” Product Idea, The 1-Up Product (The Sexy Product)

Are you one of those people that want a disrupter? Do you dream of having the next Uber? The only problem is you were not blessed with the brain of Steve Jobs. What if I told you there was a cheat code to designing the perfect product. Could you consider it a disrupter? No, but you could get close.

If you are interested in technology whether it be an app or a product, you will find the consumers of this current product telling you exactly what the next step is for your product.

The Steps:

1. Go to Amazon (or another marketplace) or Itunes and look at your product at the one to three-star reviews and see what people complain about and when you go to your manufacturer ask them to fix this issue with the product.

2. For more extensive research: search your product with the words “sucks” and “don’t buy” on Google and Bing

3. Explore Youtube, Blogs, and Forums and see what people like and dislike about your potential product.

4. When your product is finished and corrects the issues, don’t be afraid to come back to these posts and post your product as a solution to their problems.

It may cost more, but having the best product on the market will more than pay for your initial expenses.

In regards to Amazon, I teach you how to get a jump-start on your competition: Amazon FBA for Beginners

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A note from Crushing Azon:  We believe no one should have to pay over $2000 for access to information that could change his or her life.

Everyone should have access to explore a business model that works.  For this reason, we put our entire flagship course on Skillshare where you can access it free for 30 Days: http://skl.sh/2nSevaF

Sign up and take a look and if you don’t like what you see, cancel it’s as simple as that (but we know you won’t).  🙂

Or get our flagship guide free with Kindle Unlimited: How to Crush it on Amazon: Create a Brand and Build a Million Dollar Business in a Year

*To own the course and get lifetime updates see our “Courses/Trainings” Page.

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What Most Podcasters and Gurus Get Wrong About Amazon FBA

Many people are over-complicating Amazon. Do not let countless articles, podcasts, and webinars confuse you. Honestly, if I had a podcast, it would be one episode. This is going to sound crazy but when it comes to Amazon only two factors matter.

That’s right, only two factors determine your product’s success on Amazon everything else is optional.

2 Factors Determine your Success

Amazon comes down to two factors you hack these two factors, and you have a winning product this course /article teaches you what they are and how to hack for maximum results with what I call launch logic.

These two factors will also allow you to determine the level of competition you will face with your product. You will be able to determine how fast you will get organic sales, how much money you will have to spend before you even source a product. It’s like seeing the matrix for the very first time.  If you would like to know these two factors I reveal them in this article: Success on Amazon.com AKA Launch Logic

BSR: Best Seller Rank

Gurus and podcasters talk about it all day. Services offered to help give you a boost! Let me tell you BSR doesn’t matter as much as they make it out. BSR only represents how much a product is selling in relation to other products at a particular time. So, yeah these services can give you a boost, but if you haven’t hacked the two factors I spoke about earlier, your product’s BSR will snap right back to where it started.

Testing

All these guys seem cool telling you to buy something generic o Aliexpress, set up Amazon pay-per-click service, see if you get sales. If you do the product is a winner, and you can spend more money on it.

You could go through that process, but 9.9 times out of ten you have wasted your time and money. Amazon is the world’s biggest library of products, a database; this means the testing is already done for you. Just go back to that BSR those podcasters love telling you about, while it is only a measure of sales a product has had in relation to others at a given time, it is an accurate measure of demand for a product. A product can reach a certain level of BSR if customers don’t want it. The BSR is all you need to determine if a product is worthy to source or not. If a BSR for all versions of a product is low (1–4000), then you know that many people want it. If the BSR for any product is below 4,000, you know this product is a safe bet.

Amazon Pay-Per-Click Platform

This is the biggest topic students ask me. Podcasters, gurus, and experts treat PPC like a sales machine.” Just put up a product, throw some keywords in, and watch the sales come in.” Any experienced seller will tell you this simply isn’t the case, I’ve had students burn 100’s of dollars and get frustrated as to why it is not working as so-and-so said. The issue isn’t that PPC is flawed, it’s not your keywords, or how much you bid… It comes back to those two factors that determine your success, one in particular. If you do not hack that factor, PPC’s not going to work for you.

Bonus: Amazon Arbitrage and Textbook Trade-in

Let me first state Amazon arbitrage and textbook trade-in are an excellent way to make money ON THE SIDE. If you want a business an asset, you can pass on or sell a private label brand is the way to go.

It’s far easier to create a product once then having to keep searching for discounted product you can resell. Think of Coke, the very same product more or less for over ten years. Take a chance and truly invest in yourself by building a brand.

Conclusion

Now if you want to learn those two factors, want to get BSR and make it stick, stop guessing when it comes to competition level, and want Amazon PPC check out this article: Success on Amazon.com AKA Launch Logic

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A note from Crushing Azon:  We believe no one should have to pay over $2000 for access to information that could change his or her life.

Everyone should have access to explore a business model that works.  For this reason, we put our entire flagship course on Skillshare where you can access it free for 30 Days: http://skl.sh/2nSevaF

Sign up and take a look and if you don’t like what you see, cancel it’s as simple as that (but we know you won’t).  🙂

Or get our flagship guide free with Kindle Unlimited: How to Crush it on Amazon: Create a Brand and Build a Million Dollar Business in a Year

*To own the course and get lifetime updates see our “Courses/Trainings” Page.

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Many sellers have no direction when it comes to determining keywords. Many podcasters will tell you to waste money using Amazon’s PPC Platform to determine which keywords your product converts best. They neglect to tell you that other factors contribute to the success of these campaigns. When starting a campaign on a new product, it is rare you will receive a positive return on your pay-per-click campaign. In most cases, if you spend enough, you will find which keywords, will get you a click, but it’s rare you’ll turn the customers who do click into a sale. (They may have just been attracted to your product photo…you never know.)

So in this article, I am going to break down some keyword tips mainly, how to find the best keywords for your product, how to evaluate competition for this keyword, and how to develop the best keyword strategy for your products, so you will be able to come into battle or avoid certain competitors.

But before that, let me enlighten you to a bad practice.

One Bad Practice

Do NOT put your competitor’s brand into the back office of your keywords. This will hurt your product’s conversion rate. (This also factors into how much Amazon itself will promote your listing outside of Amazon.) Customers who type a particular brand are looking for that brand; it is unlikely, your most times “new,” listing will change their mind from buying an already established product.

Find Your Keywords

Now to finding the best keywords for your product…

The first step is your top-of-mind keywords. If you were to look for your product what words would you put in the search bar on Amazon?  You want to start there with exactly what your product is whether it is a “baking mat” or an “iPhone case.”

You then want this think of alternatives to this top-of-mind keyword. If you cannot think of any, this is okay too. It’s not the end of the road. The next step is beginning to type these keywords into Amazon’s search bar (see the picture below to get what I mean…) Amazon will then start giving you suggestions; these suggestions are what other sellers are typing in. You can use this to your advantage.

Amazon PPC Platform (Not What You Think)

The next step is you want to go into Amazon’s PPC platform to see a full list of keywords Amazon thinks pertain to your product.

  1. Go to Amazon Seller Central portal
  2. Go to the Advertising tab
  3. Then click “Campaign Manager” in the ‘Advertising’ tab drop-down menu

  1. Click “Create Campaign” it will be a gold button

(If you haven’t already set up a quick listing for your potential product)

  1. Create a Campaign Name, then leave the daily budget on default and the start/end date on default. We won’t be making this campaign live anyway
  2. You then want to select “Manual Targeting” option for your “targeting type”

  1. Then click “Continue to Next Step”
  2. Keep “Ad Group 1” name and then select your product you wish to find keywords for

  1. Then under the Heading “select a bid and Provide Keywords” you will find Amazon has populated the suggested keyword box with all the phrases Amazon feels match your product.

Amazon’s keywords suggestions

  1. Record all the keywords that are relevant. (Sometimes competitors keywords and keywords that don’t directly match your product will show up)

Evaluating the Keywords Worth Going For

Amazon only gives you so much space to include keywords. So you cannot optimize your listing for every possible keyword. After all, some of these keywords may only be searched a few times a month.

The free tool you are going to use to evaluate which keywords are worth going for is Merchantwords.com. They allow five free searches a day, you can also pay $9 a month for unlimited searches.

The next step is to input keywords you found in the previous step into Merchantwords and see which keywords have the most searches. You want to pay special attention to those keywords with more than 10,000 searches a month.

Evaluating Keywords You Want to Compete For/Determining Your Strategy

Now that you have identified the keywords with significant search volume, next you will want to determine the keywords you will actually target. This brings in many factors, but the main factor should be the competitors you will face off with, should you rank for the keyword. Learn how to determine who you will be in direct competition with after ranking by clicking the article below.

Now type the keyword(s) you want to evaluate and examine the completion on the search result pages (SERPS) for each keyword. You will want to evaluate the competition on page one and two as they are your actual competition.

Just see page one of Amazon SERP for keyword “baking mat” below (click to zoom in):

If the competition for the keyword is too steep,  for example, if everyone on page one has between 750–1000+ reviews, and your product is brand new, you may want to avoid that keyword for now.  You will want to wait until your review count is higher (reviews matter on Amazon, this is the reason many Amazon PPC campaigns flat out fail, there’s not enough social proof on new products.)

You may want to strike out the keywords where the competition is too steep to focus on less competitive keyword terms. Ranking among these less competitive products may give your product the boost necessary for real success. Once your product can compete with higher competition keywords, you can re-optimize to take them on.

Call to Action

Regarding keyword tips, these are necessary for your success.

You can now find keywords and optimize to your competitive level.

However, just putting keywords in your listing won’t necessarily help you rank.

For that check out this guide: Success on Amazon AKA Launch Logic

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A note from Crushing Azon:  We believe no one should have to pay over $2000 for access to information that could change his or her life.

Everyone should have access to explore a business model that works.  For this reason, we put our entire flagship course on Skillshare where you can access it free for 30 Days: http://skl.sh/2nSevaF

Sign up and take a look and if you don’t like what you see, cancel it’s as simple as that (but we know you won’t).  🙂

Or get our flagship guide free with Kindle Unlimited: How to Crush it on Amazon: Create a Brand and Build a Million Dollar Business in a Year

*To own the course and get lifetime updates see our “Courses/Trainings” Page.

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Is Amazon FBA Saturated?- Is Amazon FBA Still Profitable 2017 [2018]

It is a shame this article will not be too long because the answer to this is far simpler than most will anticipate.

The quick answer is NO! Amazon FBA can never be saturated, that’s like asking if Wal-Mart or your local grocery store will ever become saturated.   The only difference between Amazon and your local grocer is that your grocer has a finite shelf space; Amazon’s shelf is ever expanding.

It is essentially never too late to start an Amazon business, because new opportunities/products arrive every day.

To scale to six figures, of course, you would have to know the steps to get there.

As expressed in this viral post I put in Reddit a few years back (FYI people thought Amazon was “saturated” then too) Reddit: Don’t Spend $5000 on an Amazon Course

Is Amazon Still Profitable? (2017, 2018…and Beyond)

Amazon will always be profitable.

The difference between being profitable on Amazon or not is largely based on the decisions made by the seller.  You can have a profitable business on Amazon, no problem.  Let me take you through a brief example.

We will take a look at de-shedding tools for dogs.

 

This product is very competitive. I can’t lie here. But it looks like the going price is around $11-15 dollars for an inexpensive one.   Now let’s take a quick trip to Alibaba…

Now even with shipping expenses you should at least be able to make $5-6 per brush sold at a cost of 2 dollar each that’s every profitable.  Of course, you would have to optimize the listing and rank, but its very possible to create a profitable business with a combination of products just like this one.

The best part about this product however is if you look at Junglescout a slightly less competitive product that seems to be just a popular is the deshedding glove.

Now take a look at how much it costs on Alibaba.

 

It costs about the same and is slightly less competitive.  I think I just came up with a brilliant brand strategy for a business owner out there.

One thing people misunderstand about Amazon is that they will become a million with one product…it’s possible. But the safest and best route to take is to become a six-figure earner with a suite of products under one brand.

The important thing is to reinvest the profit received back into your business; otherwise you will generally stay at the same revenue level. You also have to focus on building a brand made up of 2–4 products. Most products could give you 6 figures in revenue, but if you seek 6 figures in profit you will need a combination of products to foster the necessary growth.

You also want to utilize a product launch strategy to minimize costs and use software like Amazon Product Research Tool – Unicorn Smasher! to estimate revenue and the level of competition for future products.

This will assist you in determining which products will get to your 6-figure revenue mark.

Also check out this very relevant article: https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=2M0WKohXV9o

You can see an excellent example of this process in this video:

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A note from Crushing Azon:  We believe no one should have to pay over $2000 for access to information that could change his or her life.

Everyone should have access to explore a business model that works.  For this reason, we put our entire flagship course on Skillshare where you can access it free for 30 Days: http://skl.sh/2nSevaF

Sign up and take a look and if you don’t like what you see, cancel it’s as simple as that (but we know you won’t).  🙂

Or get our flagship guide free with Kindle Unlimited: How to Crush it on Amazon: Create a Brand and Build a Million Dollar Business in a Year

*To own the course and get lifetime updates see our “Courses/Trainings” Page.

 

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Amazon Seller Tools You’ll Want to Invest In [Amazon Selling Tools]

Amazon Seller Tools You’ll Want to Invest In  [Amazon Selling Tools]

When it comes to Amazon seller tools, many are overhyped or overpromise.

In this article, I will run down all the product types of Amazon seller tools, and at the end, I will give you my recommendation on which you actually need and the degree to which you need them.

Product Types

Product Finder

These tools offer to help you find the best opportunities on the platform.   For signing up with these services you sometimes may find that they will send you lists by email of good product opportunities.  These tools generally work by scouring the Amazon site based on your parameters you may only want to view products in the top 2000 of Home and Kitchen with fewer than 200 reviews.  This software will probe and find and present these products to you.

Some examples of this are: Amasuite and AMZshark

A subcategory of these product finder tools is what you could call SERP (search result page) evaluators.  These tools begin their work after you entered in a search request on Amazon. When you land on the search result page, you then activate the evaluator, usually a Chrome extension, and it will give you the estimated sales revenue, reviews, and various stats about every product that is on the page.

Some examples of these are: Junglescout and Unicorn Smasher

Keyword Trackers

Keyword trackers usually act as web applications, meaning you have to log in to the site to use the service.  Keyword trackers also require you pay monthly in most instances.  Keyword trackers function by letting you know your where your product ranks for each keyword you decide to track within the search result pages.  This function is helpful because you can figure it out if promotions have actually helped (or maybe hurt) your brands standing on the Amazon platform.

One of the benefits of keyword trackers is that you cannot only track your keywords but those of your competitors on some services.

Some examples of Keyword trackers are: AMZ tracker and AMZShark

Listing Monitors

A listing monitor alerts you to things that are happening to your listing whether they are in real-time or daily is up to you.

If your listing has been hi-jacked (a person selling a product on your listing without your consent), if you receive a good or bad review, or if your product has been pulled/suppressed on the site these products usually notify you by email or by text message. Listing monitors are helpful if you have multiple listings and need some help keeping track of what is happening on the platform.

Some examples of listing monitors are: Bindwise and ListingEagle

Feedback System

Feedback systems send automated email messages to your customers.  These emails can either have a customer service angle, like alerting the customer their product has been shipped or if they have an issue with the product, or strictly a “I need your review” angle.  These feedback systems generally promise an increase in reviews.  More times than not their actual influence in your review count will usually be minimal if it shows at all.

Some examples are: Feedbackz and FeedbackGenius

My Recommendations

Now, what you have all been waiting for my recommendations!

The only product type I highly recommend you have starting out is the SERP Evaluator. You need to know what amount of revenue to expect from an optimized product. You are running in blind sourcing a product you have no idea what the ROI could be.

As far as the actual product evaluators, you can invest in them if you want but I don’t recommend them. Frankly, the products you pull using these types of product finders could all be duds.  These products aren’t able to calculate people who may be launching you would need to still be able to analyze the product.  If you are looking for product with few reviews you could quickly look at the Movers and Shakers section or Amazon’s latest experiment the “New and Interesting” section.

Keyword trackers are nice to have when you have multiple products or are looking to expand your keyword strategy, but starting off they are mostly unnecessary.  Most times your product only needs to rank for two sometimes three keywords to the bulk of sales it will receive naturally if the listing is optimized.

Listing Monitors are not necessary, but they can become a good investment if you have multiple brands or an extensive product catalog.  I wouldn’t invest in one until you are at least four products in on Amazon.

Feedback systems I have been on record saying to never invest in these kinds of products.  I have, however, changed my stance on this subject. I am a stronger believer that all follow-up should be done manually to keep you involved in your business and on your toes. It makes sure you don’t treat Amazon as a passive income, you want to interact with your customers on some level as a business owner and here is where you do it on Amazon. I do understand at a certain sales level it does become overwhelming and you may to invest in some help in the form of a feedback system and at that point that’s completely fine.   But as I stated earlier many of these feedback systems usually say they will improve your rate of review collection, and you simply can’t take that to heart.   Manage your expectations with these kinds of services.

Want to Know the Tools I Use Personally

If you would like to know the tools I personally use, check out the note below.

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A note from Crushing Azon:  We believe no one should have to pay over $2000 for access to information that could change his or her life.

Everyone should have access to explore a business model that works.  For this reason, we put our entire flagship course on Skillshare where you can access it free for 30 Days: http://skl.sh/2nSevaF

Sign up and take a look and if you don’t like what you see, cancel it’s as simple as that (but we know you won’t).  🙂

Or get our flagship guide free with Kindle Unlimited: How to Crush it on Amazon: Create a Brand and Build a Million Dollar Business in a Year

*To own the course and get lifetime updates see our “Courses/Trainings” Page.

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