Using the CamelCamelCamel and Keepa Google-Chrome Extensions

Today's article will likely be short on written text in order that individuals can direct you directly to your screen capture video. I've put together a video walking through the process of researching 5 products from the Amazon catalogue, employing the Camelizer and Keepa Google-Chrome Extensions to help to make a brighter sourcing decision.

From the video that I will demonstrate how those handy extensions benefit researching the sales rank and price history of items that you might be considering for Amazon FBA. I'll also share my thought process on if not I think every one of these items are quite a good buy.

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I would like to encourage you now if you are making sourcing decisions without using historical sales rank and pricing data in CamelCamelCamel and Keepa — there was a better solution to buy Amazon FBA inventory! It's possible to make smarter sourcing decisions. Your business will hugely benefit if you take the opportunity to learn just how to utilize these powerful free resources.

Book & DesktopTo learn just how exactly to make use of both CamelCamelCamel and Keepa to produce smart sourcing decisions, so make sure to take a look at our brand new class, The Reseller's Guide to How to Keepa Camel: Applying Amazon Sales History to produce Smart Sourcing Decisions. This training course is just a combo ebook and video class where I walk you through everything that you need to know to create sense of both Camel and Keepa in ways you've never thought of.

How about you? Do you employ the CamelCamelCamel or even Keepa Extension while sourcing? Do you have a favorite? I'd love to know from you at the comments below.

CamelCamelCamel and Keepa Description

This course is about work with absolutely free charts ( Keepa and CamelCamelCamel) to create better sourcing decisions including Amazon FBA sellers.

You ought to be an Amazon 3rd-party seller of intend on having an Amazon 3RDPARTY seller to generate utilization of the information that is educated within this training course.

This course is made up of more than 2 hours of video lessons.

In this class you will learn about earnings rank and the reason it really isn't as crucial as many folks think.

We look at several techniques to assess earnings status among different free tools and how accurate the tools are. In addition, we look at ways to produce a useable sales status when a commodity earnings rank bounces around a lot.

Next you'll see about different options that both charts offer. There are lot of features that individuals overlook or don't comprehend just how touse.

After covering the basic principles of how to see the charts and also the plus and minus of each one, we move in to case example on using charts in the actual life and the thought process I use after sourcing.
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From the first example we have an illustration of how a very basic check of the charts will help to steer clear of an item sourcing mistake.

The next example demonstrate that sales rank is related to price and how high sales ranks are not always a terrible thing.

The next example we look at is sourcing product outside of the season and how the charts will help us predict exactly what the earnings will be like when the merchandise comes back in season.

The previous example demonstrates how to predict sales of services and products which individuals might be sourcing wholesale or making large out of season purchases. It shows how to make use of the charts of products that are similar when you're bringing services to market.

Then the last thing we show is the way to create it a lot easier to access the charts when you are on a low budget and perhaps not using paid scanning programs.

This course reveal just how to utilize charts for sourcing but furthermore, it shows just how to think as the full period FBA reseller like myself thinks and sources.