Free Amazon FBA Chrome Extension For Product Profitability Analysis

Many Amazon sellers estimate demand using tools like Jungle Scout, but few estimate their potential revenue and all the hidden costs and fees that go into maintaining a business.

At Sellerscale, we have designed a FREE Chrome Extension that helps sellers do just that: understand their “unit economics” – that is, per-unit revenue, costs, profits – before making a decision to commit to a certain product.

You don’t need to be a Sellerscale’s user to use this extension.

With this free Chrome extension, you’ll be able to find and sort products with the highest margins.

YOU CAN DOWNLOAD THE CHROME EXTENSION HERE –>

Let us show you how it works.

How It Looks Like

This is what the Chrome Extension looks like:

Sellerscale Chrome Extension

Again: you don’t need to be a registered Sellerscale to use this extension.

However, we strongly recommend doing so, as you’ll be able to add compelling products straight into your account and come back to them later. That way, you can always keep track of your potential product pipeline.

Here’s how unit economics dashboard looks like in Sellerscale. All products that you add through the tracker will instantly appear here.

Sellerscale Unit Economics Dashboard

How To Use This Tracker

It’s super simple.

First, download the tracker from here. If you have already done so, good job. Now you can automatically calculate the profitability of any product on Amazon and save the best products into Sellerscale’s product tracker.

Next, go unto any Amazon product page to activate the tracker. You’ll instantly see the product’s price, FBA fee, referral fee, storage cost, etc.

You don’t have to be a user to use the tracker, but if you want to be able to add and save products into your account, you can register for a free 14-day trial at www.sellerscale.com

The most important part: in Sellerscale’s product tracker, you can play with the various profitability drivers of the corresponding product (e.g. its price, ACoS, PPC share of sales), and watch how key profitability metrics (margin, ROI, payback period) change in response.

By playing with different product metrics and seeing how they affect your profitability, you build what we call “a financial intuition”.

The more you do it, the better “feel” you have for the numbers. This will help you make better product decisions in the future.

Enjoyed the Tracker? Share it!

Understanding your numbers is essential to building a successful Amazon FBA venture.

Don’t forget to share this tracker with other sellers who might benefit from it.

If you have any questions, let us know at hello@sellerscale.com

Happy selling!


You can also join Sellerscale for a FREE 14-day trial and completely outsource your Amazon FBA financials.

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