The fun way to do Amazon research
So much information. So intuitively organized. Who knew research could be this fun.
Browse the categories and subcategories
Choose the category that you're selling in, or search for anything with the search field. Open any subcategory and keep moving down the file directory until you find the one you're looking for.
As you're browsing, SmartScout displays loads of data on each subcategory - like the monthly revenue estimates, the number of sellers, the average product price, and lots of other information you can't get from any other Amazon product finder.
Choose what you want to research
To go deeper into any subcategory, simply select the brand, product, or subcategory icon on the left. SmartScout then opens a new tab with all the information on your target subcategory.
Just like with its other tools, SmartScout also enables you to open multiple tabs at a time so you can switch between any with just a single click.
Open multiple brand tables and analyze subcategory-specific brand information like estimated monthly revenue, percent share, and the average number of sellers, ASINs, or units sold.
Unlock a database of products within any subcategory instantly. And see the info on their monthly revenue, rank, the number of FBA sellers, Buy Box price, review rating, and more.
Focus on a single subcategory by giving it its own tab. Or open several subcategories, each in its own tab, and switch between them instantly with a single click.
Filter to your heart's content
Every brand, product, and subcategory table has columns with powerful filters. Just put your target parameters, and SmartScout instantly adjusts for them.
Now you can remove whatever doesn't meet your criteria and focus on the information relevant to your business. Here are some filter ideas to get you started.
Determine the size of your target brands. Raise the range for bigger brands and lower it for smaller ones.
Amazon In Stock Rate
Don't compete with Amazon. Ever. Lower the MAX to view brands consistently NOT doing business with Amazon.
Average Number of FBA Sellers
Avoid competition. Lower the MAX to find brands with fewer Fulfillment-By-Amazon (FBA) sellers on average.
Eliminate sellers with more than 50% of the revenue on a brand. Or choose the dominant sellers you want to see.
Deselect (Select All)
Average Size of Product
Don't deal with oversize. Set the filter to find brands with products that have a low average volume in cubic feet.
Average Selling Price
Get more value for each product. Raise the MIN to find brands with higher Buy Box prices across all products.
Identify the brands with a lot of content on their product pages, like images, bullet points, and product info.