The Amazon marketplace is constantly changing and evolving, making it challenging to stay on top of all the changes. Fortunately, many different software solutions will help you track your product’s performance in real-time, so you always know what is happening. What’s also great is some of these tools are free and easy to use. In this blog, we will talk about Seller.Tools Chrome Extension, a tool that makes your life so much easier!
What is Seller.Tools?
Seller.Tools is an Amazon software that provides a collection of tools for Amazon sellers. According to its website, it is an optimization platform created by the top 1% Amazon sellers. It leverages actual Amazon data for unmatched insights to help the sellers take their businesses to new heights.
Seller.Tools offers numerous features that solve different pain points for Amazon sellers. It has a product manager, competition research, wallet, and more. In this blog, we will focus more on the Chrome extension.
Are you managing multiple stores? Do you have various VAs, and do you want them to access your store with limited security risks? Or are you just overwhelmed by data and want to optimize your listings without going through so much hassle? This is when Seller.Tools chrome extension can be beneficial for you. Below are a few of the features available when you use the Seller.Tools ticker.
Total Amazon Traffic Metric
When using the Chrome extension, you have access to a “ticker” placed above your Amazon page while you are browsing. This makes monitoring easy without logging in to Amazon seller central every time you want to look at something. It shows a few unique data points and actions that you can complete. One of these is the Total Amazon Traffic Metric.
Once you select the appropriate brand, you can see the total amazon traffic. This data comes from Amazon brand analytics. This will provide you with an overall image of how your sales are doing relative to others. You can compare your daily deals to Amazon’s sales as a whole and see if there are any correlations or lack of it.
MCF (Multi-Channel Fulfillment) Orders
Aside from seeing total sales in real-time, you can also create MCF orders by using the ticker. If there is any need to send a product to the vendor or an upset customer, click the MCF orders and add the details needed. You can view the list of orders or make a new one. Same thing you can do in seller central except, much more convenient.
Wallet and Deny List
Using the wallet feature, you can easily access your funds and manage them. You can do transactions such as sending a rebate, refund, or any transfers to Paypal and Venmo.
Deny list is where you can add any potential and recognized bad actors you want to exclude from your offers. Click through the Deny List and add in the known customer information. It can be email, phone, order IDs, and even address.
It doesn’t stop here. Seller Tools chrome extension has many more to offer. Features include competition check, top 3 keyword dominance, more! Click the video below and watch the live demo given by Amy and Troy!