No. of Sellers indicates the total no of FBA and FBM sellers tagged into the same ASIN.
Often Amazon Sellers face a common problem, hijackers creeping into private label product listings. They undercut your price just enough to steal the buy box from you.
- If you are in the product research phase and is exploring the product to start selling it on Amazon, the number of sellers can be a good idea into the competition and the fight you’ll face to win the buy box. A product sold by many sellers may face difficulty to win the buy box is also equally greater.
- If you are tracking your Amazon product, keeping a track of the number of sellers can help you keep stay aware of hijackers creeping your listing, eating your profits and sales. Learn how to prevent hijackers steal your Amazon profits with this blog post.
In the snapshot above you observe there are 4 categories of sellers; Amazon New, Amazon Old, Merchant New, Merchant Old. New and Old represent the product condition.
3 Amazon FBA sellers who deliver new unused product to shoppers
0 FBA sellers who sell used products
4 Merchant Fulfilled Sellers who sell the new product
7 Merchant Fulfilled Sellers who sell an already used version of the product
Let us understand what ‘New’ and ‘Old’ means
New: Just like it sounds. A brand-new, unused, unopened item in its original packaging, with all original packaging materials, included. Includes original protective wrapping, and original manufacturer’s warranty, if any, still applies, with warranty details included in the listing comments.
Used: A used product can fall into any of the four conditions listed below
Like New: An apparently untouched item in perfect condition. Original protective wrapping may be missing, but the original packaging is intact and pristine. There are absolutely no signs of wear on the item or its packaging.
Very Good: A well-cared-for item that has seen limited use but remains in great condition. The item is complete, unmarked, and undamaged, but may show some limited signs of wear. Item works perfectly.
Good: Used only if noted within specific categories. The item shows wear from consistent use, but it remains in good condition and works perfectly. It may have identifying markings on it, or show other signs of previous use.
Acceptable: Used only if noted within specific categories. The item is fairly worn but continues to work perfectly. Signs of wear can include aesthetic issues such as scratches, dents, and worn corners. The item may have identifying markings on it or show other signs of previous use.
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