As an Amazon merchant, I’m always looking for the next best product to sell — a high-potential item that no seller has discovered.
In this article, I will share 17 Amazon seller tools that help source new products. Select a tool from the list, put together a standard process, and hand it off to a team member. Keep the process running at all times. It will increase your chances of finding that next best product.
Jungle Scout offers its product-sourcing tool as a web application and Google Chrome extension, making it seamless to integrate into your online business. Jungle Scout focuses on Fulfillment by Amazon sellers. It claims “the most reliable Amazon sales data in the industry.” Price: $29 to $99 per month.
Unicorn Smasher is a free Chrome extension that offers an organized dashboard to research products to sell. It’s full of Amazon sales data, to quickly find products with a good sales opportunity. Price: Free.
CamelCamelCamel is another free tool that tracks prices for specific products on Amazon. Using CamelCamelCamel, sellers can review prices and receive updates on products they may be looking to add to inventory. Price: Free.
AMZShark is a suite of Amazon tools to research new products. The tools are Sales Tracker, Niche Scout, Search Rankings Tracker, and Keyword Explorer. Price: $299 monthly. The first month is $10.
HelloProfit provides analytics on your Amazon store. HelloProfit’s bundle includes Product Genie to search products for their sales data, existing sellers, and find similar items. Price: $97 per month. 21-day trial for $1.
Sellics is an all-in-one Amazon seller dashboard. Its tool for researching products provides access to the 5,000 best-selling items on Amazon in each product category. Price: $77 to $499 per month. 14-day free trial.
KTD is all about finding profitable long-tail keywords on Amazon. KTD is one of several search-analysis tools for finding new products. Price: $49.99 one-time fee.
KeywordInspector gives sellers the power to “find all of the keywords Amazon customers are using.” It helps identify profitable products and niches. Price: $39.95 per month. Free trial.
Using Keyword Tool, sellers can research keywords for potential products. The tool provides data on search volume, cost-per-click, and competition. Price: $0 to $88 per month.
AmaSuite helps sellers uncover products and keywords that “will make you money on Amazon.” The software, in its fifth version, allows sellers to search for specific products and then retrieve all sorts of data, such as reviews, main rank, and sales price. Price: $297 one-time fee.
Ali Inspector is powerful 3-in-1 software that helps sellers generate niche keywords, analyze popular items, and uncover top-performing drop-ship products. If you’re using AliExpress to source products, this tool can help. Price: $147 one-time fee.
ASINspector is a powerful Amazon product research tool to (a) obtain instant sales data, (b) research best-selling products, (c) estimate revenue for specific ASINs, and (d) much more. Price: One-time fee from $97 to $147.
CashCowPro is a comprehensive Amazon management tool. Its product research section allows sellers to obtain real-time sales data for products, competitors, and keywords. Price: $49.97 per month.
ZonGuru is a Chrome extension to find new products to sell. Its SaleSpy analyzes keywords and competitor products. Price: $35 to $119 per month.
AMZScout helps Amazon sellers research new product opportunities, understand the competitive landscape for specific products, and view sales history for seasonal sales trends. Price: $19.99 to $39.99 per month. Free 7-day trial.
AmazeOwl is an Amazon product-sourcing tool. It seeks to answer the following questions: What’s selling? What’s not too expensive to ship? What has low competition? Price: $0 to $200 per month.
FBA Wizard is an Amazon tool that helps sellers research drop-shipping, wholesale, and private-label opportunities. Price: $97 per month. Free 10-day trial.