The Products section in the Profit dashboard helps you analyze each product in your Amazon Portfolio
The Summary Card helps you compare the sales and orders for all your Amazon products.
- The Total number of products in your portfolio. Active, inactive, and unlisted
- The total number of product orders for the date range chosen.
- The net revenue of the products for the date range chosen.
Switch the date range by clicking the drop-down menu on the top right.
The filters can be used by setting up tags for grouping products,
E.g. you could separate products based on the manufacturer, or the product category if you are selling in more than one category, Anything tag name that could help you group products!
All the products in your Amazon Portfolio are listed below the Summary. The Profit dashboard gives the following data points for each product in your Amazon Portfolio.
Status – The selling status of the product on Amazon. Active, inactive, unlisted.
Active – the product listing is active and is selling.
Inactive – the product listing was sold earlier, but not available on Amazon currently.
Unlisted – the product listing is not yet active on Amazon.
Orders – The total number of orders received for the product within the chosen date range.
Revenue – The net revenue of the product. This is based on the listing price of the product
Listing price – The price at which the product is currently sold at.
Landing price – The sourcing/manufacturing cost of the product. Edit the number to suit the sourcing/manufacturing cost of each product unit.
Variable cost – The additional costs incurred per unit excluding the ad costs. Shipping, packing, labeling, etc
Date added – The date on which the product went live on Amazon.
Sellers – The total number of sellers on the product listing. This includes hijackers on the product listing.
If you are a private label seller, set up the Hijacker Alert to ensure that nobody sells on the same listing as yours.
The hijacker alert keeps you informed if your product listing gets hijacked by another seller
PPC cost – The Sponsored Ads cost incurred for the time period, required to sell those many numbers of product units.
Fees – Amazon FBA fees, if you are an FBA seller.
Clicking on ‘Track Product’ adds the product to your Tracked Products category on SellerApp.
Clicking on Analyze helps you break down to the nook and crooks of each product and analyze in depth on the product sales, profits and inventory.
Read more on what ‘Analyze product’ is.
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