Selling on Amazon is an amazing way to start making money online. Online arbitrage is a method of finding products to sell on Amazon from 3rd party websites across the internet. In this article, I'm going to share one of my favorite tools for online arbitrage, a Chrome extension called RevSeller.
Note: RevSeller is not just for online arbitrage. It can also be used by sellers who practice other sourcing methods like wholesale, but it is most relevant for online arbitrage.
Now, I'm sure many of you landed on this page by googling "RevSeller Coupon Code" or something like that SO I won't make you read this entire article before I deliver that. I'm guessing you're already sold on how sweet RevSeller is if you're looking for a coupon code, right?
Ok, now that we've gotten that out of the way, let's explain RevSeller to those of you who don't know much about it yet.
What is revseller?
RevSeller is a web based application (Chrome extension) that provides a number of extremely valuable insights for Amazon sellers. Insights that make it much easier to see which products are winners and which products are losers.
The bottom line: RevSeller's suite of features help you make more money on Amazon and waste less time and effort.
Here are the core features of RevSeller you should know about:
#1 Easily Calculate ROI and Profit Margins without Leaving the Page
Simply enter your costs and RevSeller will show you what you'd make on each product after all fees.
This is going to save you a lot of time jumping around to different calculators and 3rd party tools that aren't directly on the Amazon website like RevSeller.
#2 Review Detailed Information about Variations
Items that have a lot of variations can be tricky but RevSeller makes it easier to see which variations are actually selling.
This is EXTREMELY useful if you sell clothing or shoes.
Although it's not possible to get a perfectly accurate number for how many units of a particular variation are actually selling, RevSeller helps us see which variations are most likely to sell. It does this by calculating the number of reviews for a product variation.
Lots of reviews = More popular. Fewer reviews = Less popular
#3 See Sales Rank, 90 Day Average and Percentage Rank in Category
You know sales rank isn't perfect, but it's still critically important that we check it before buying anything to sell on Amazon.
RevSeller puts all the sales rank information you want right at your finger tips.
Also, they integrate directly with CamelCamelCamel so you can get even more insight on each item you're viewing.
Here is a quick video from the RevSeller team that explains the tool in even better detail.