We've got a new name. We are now called SellerApp. Learn more.

Amazon Sales Estimator: Find the Sales Volume Effortlessly

Calculate the sales volume of any Amazon product effortlessly

Accurately analyze how many units you and your competitor would sell

FBA Calculator Chrome Extension

Calculate your Amazon fees in one click

SellerApp Pro (7 days Free Trial)

Ready to boost your Amazon business?
Sign up Now

Select a Category

Estimated Sales Per Month: -0 - {{product.estimated_sales_high*30}}> {{product.estimated_sales_low*30}}{{product.estimated_sales_low*30}} - {{product.estimated_sales_high*30}}

How to use the Amazon Sales Estimator

Follow these steps and enter the following in the Amazon Sales Estimator
  1. ESelect an Amazon base category
  2. Enter the sales rank of a product into the Amazon Sales Estimator

What can the Amazon Sales Estimator do?

sales calculator
  • Discover profitable categories

    Understand how many units a product sells in each category. The sales volume for a particular rank differs in different categories. Track down niches and categories with the best sales potential.

  • Analyse the competition

    Know how many units your top competitor sells. Analyze how many units you must sell to reach on page 1 for the top product keywords. Know the exact numbers that will help you extract the complete product potential.

The Amazon Sales Estimator calculates the product potential - the number of product units that sell per day.

Understand the profitability of a niche - The sales volume for the same sales rank differs in different categories

The sales volume data can be used to zero down to a profitable niche

Understand how many units your competitor product sells

How many units you must sell for you to rank high

SellerApp Features you'll love

We have all that it takes to reach the top of your Amazon business. All under one platform!

Amazon PPC Analyzer

  • Smart Keyword Filters. Separate high performing, low performing keywords, and the negative keywords. No more wasted ad spends.
  • No more confusing data reports. Decipher the Amazon Search Term Report with zero efforts to optimize your ppc ads.
  • Campaign Visualiser. Analyze each campaign performance. All the ad KPIs at your fingertips with visual comprehensive tools.

Listing Quality Checker

  • Multiple data points checked. The title, bullet points, product description, search visibility, backend search terms and more
  • Is your product visible to potential buyers? Analyze your product discoverability with the SellerApp Listing Quality Checker.
  • Do you have a converting listing? Understand the desirability of your product listing.

Competitor Research

  • Find proven product ideas with high sales potential, market demand, and profits for a profitable product launch.
  • Products with high market demands. Amazon product ideas from best-selling recent releases and a huge BSR jump.
  • Most wish listed and gifted products. Potential products with a market gap or the catching trends. Excellent bundling additions or even profitable standalone products.

Important Amazon Seller Blogs

Frequently Asked Questions

Just like Google, Amazon helps to increase the product awareness by setting up PPC ads. Amazon PPC ads are an excellent way for a new product launch to get into the limelight and gather the initial product movement. For seasoned products, PPC ads help to hold onto the top spots.

The ACoS in the PPC campaigns is the most favoured metric to measure the profitability of a PPC campaign. In Amazon, ACoS is the ratio of the sales generated in ads to the amount spent on ads. The lower the ACoS value, the better your PPC ads.

ACoS = sales generated from product ads/amount spent on product ads

Well, it depends. Depends on the profit margin you intend to make and the other fixed and variable costs.

Say if you want to make a gross profit of 15%. Enter the following

Product ASIN

Sourcing/manufacturing costs

Overhead costs

The ACoS calculator automatically calculates the break-even ACoS and the target ACoS of the product

Not all products and niches are the same. But the average e-commerce profit margin should ideally be close to 40% and greater in most niches. It is a bit hard to hit these numbers in the initial days of the product launch. It takes a bit of seasoning - PPC campaigns, giveaways, high search ranks, good reviews to reach these numbers.

Other Interesting Free Product Tools