ASINs with at least $50 in monthly revenue
data columns for sorting and filtering products
products that can be viewed on a single page
Smart sellers don't compete with Amazon. Ever. That's why SmartScout lets you filter products by the Amazon-in-stock rate and easily steer clear of the biggest shark in the water.
See your research from way up high. SmartScout shows you up to 5000 products on a single page so you can quickly scroll and scan product data without excessive page-turning.
Hover over the thumbnail in any row to display a larger image of the product. And instantly see what a product looks like in detail without ever leaving the page.
If you're focusing on one category, select it from the Smart Filter. If you'd like to search over several categories, choose "- All -." Later, you'll be able to pick which categories you want to focus on.
When you're ready, press search and SmartScout goes to work, creating your database with hundreds of thousands of products ready to be filtered.
Whether you're looking for 10 or 10,000 products, the column filters make it easy to do so. Simply click any column heading to set its filter.
As you enter your parameters, SmartScout eliminates the products that don't meet your criteria. Adjust each of the 19 column filters until you've whittled the list down to the number of products you want to view.
Select the categories you want to appear in the product search.
Stay away from Amazon by setting a low Amazon in-stock rate.
Set the monthly revenue range of the products you want to see.
See only the products with a certain number of reviews.
Find products with low competition by limiting the FBA seller number.
Determine the Buy Box price range of your product search.
View products within a particular review-rating range.
Eliminate products that lack content on their Amazon page.
Show or hide the products that are currently out of stock.
Once you've got your shortlist, it's time for the research. Scan the list of products and check out their images by hovering over the thumbnail.
If a product looks like a good match for your business, click on the ASIN to open its page on Amazon. When you're done, jump back to the SmartScout tab and check out the other products on your product list.