I get asked, “What software do you use to manage and grow your Amazon account?”
Here is a list of the software that I personally use and am not affiliated with:
Jungle Scout – Jungle Scout allows you to see the estimated sales volume of any product on Amazon. It is speedy and responsive, and if you get the web app or pro version, it allows you to do much more, including seasonal trends, profit calculator, and helps figure out FBA fees. Jungle Scout is one of the oldest and best sales estimation software out there for Amazon, and its Chrome extension is something that all Amazon sellers and professionals should have.
Feedback Genius – Feedback Genius is software that comes out of Seller Labs. It is a quick and easy way to email any people who bought your product and ask for a review. It’s a great way to get happy buyers to leave five-star reviews. At the same time, it allows you to reach out to the customer and be proactive to mitigate negative customer experiences before they turn into negative reviews.
Refund Retriever – Refund Retriever helps if you are doing many merchant fulfilled shipping. FedEx and UPS are not always accurate, so Refund Retriever goes out and makes sure you get reimbursed every time one of your freight carriers makes a mistake. Refunds Retriever FBA reimbursements does the same thing but for Amazon. Our FBA refunds manager makes sure that all of the inventory you send into Amazon shows up at Amazon. If there is a discrepancy, then we file a case and get money back for the lost inventory. Check it out here.
Appeagle – Appeagle is one of the easiest and cheapest repricers out there. Appleagle’s job is to reprice your products’ pricing relative to your competitors, so you always win the buy box on the listing you are selling on. In English, it helps you reduce your price penny by penny, so you steal sales from a competitor because they have a higher price.
AMZTRACKER – AmzTacker allows you to track your products’ ranking for different keywords. If you are not tracking your keywords, you are flying blind. Almost every Amazon purchase starts with a search, so you need to know exactly what the customers are searching for and how you rank for it.