How To Use Seller Assistant App Extension – Review & Tutorial – Great For Amazon Online Arbitrage & Wholesale

Vova Even Dec 28, 2022
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How To Use Seller Assistant App Extension – Review & Tutorial – Great For Amazon Online Arbitrage & Wholesale


In today's article, we'll explain how the Seller Assistant App Extension works. So, if you wish to boost your results with Amazon online arbitrage or wholesale, rest assured; you've come to the right place.

Whether you need help with your Amazon business or wholesale to find or analyze better products, this post has got you covered. 


But before we begin, here's a little something about me – My name is Vova Even. I've been actively selling on Amazon since early 2016. That said, you can rest assured my advice will benefit you in the long run. 😉


Now without further ado, let's dive right in! 


Or if you’d rather prefer visuals over words, here’s the link to the video version of this article. This shall explain everything A-Z about the Seller Assistant App Extension.

My guest in this video is
Oleg Kuzmenkov, the founder of the Seller Assistant App. There are timestamps in the description of the video for each part that we cover.



What is the Seller Assistant App?


I'll keep it simple – the Seller Assistant App is a browser extension for Amazon sellers who engage in online arbitrage and wholesale. It can be useful for other models of selling on Amazon as well.


It combines four different features — Quick View, Amazon FBA Calculator, Stock Checker, and I.P. Alerts — in a single tool. Use these features to analyze products and save the results in Google Sheets with a single click!


The app's primary goal is to provide valuable product insights to Amazon sellers while simplifying the product research & validation processes. 


Once you learn how it works, you'll find it easier than ever to search for online arbitrage and wholesale products. Private label sellers and drop shippers will benefit from this tool as well. 


How to download and Install the Seller Assistant App?

First, it's crucial to learn how to get your app going. If you follow the steps correctly, it's pretty simple to get your hands on it and get all the benefits you seek.



So before anything else, open the Seller Assistant App website here (this link provides you with a special free trial) and click the START 14-DAY FREE TRIAL button, as shown in the picture below.

To read more about the free trial and what it offers, check out my blog post
here.

Also, this link here grants you a
$20 OFF discount for the yearly plan of the app. You can read more about this discount in my blog post here.


Anyhow, as you click on it, you'll be directed to your personal account to create an account and complete the onboarding process. 



The onboarding process is simple; just make sure to follow all the steps that I've mentioned below: 


  1. Install the App

Seller Assistant App will automatically detect your browser and display the appropriate button that will take you to the installation page. 

Once you click there (we will use a Chrome browser in this case), it will take you to the Chrome Web Store, where you can successfully install the extension. 

Click the Install button first and then Add to Chrome on the page that pops open.

  1. Link to your Amazon Seller Account (Optional) 

Here, you connect your Amazon Seller account. However, this step is optional for those just exploring the extension. So yes, you may skip it.

  1. Connect Your Google Sheet 

Next up, connect your Google sheet with the Seller Assistant App. If you ask me, I'd strongly advise you to do so because the extension allows you to export all of the data you've analyzed in Google Sheets. So make sure to complete this step and connect your Google sheet.

Click the Connect button and select the Google account you wish to use to connect your sheet. Remember that you’ll be asked for some permissions here.You can simply allow them all and select the Google Sheets you want to use for your seller system app account. 

Right after this step, you will be able to choose the fields you want to include in your Google sheet. For example, we already have the current date, product image, product title, ASIN, product URL, price, source link, and notes set up in the picture below: 

If you fill in the headers, you'll see headers in your Google sheets. And that's it for this step. 

You're all set to see your Chrome extension at work. But before we proceed, there is one point to clarify. You may have noticed the rows of variables on the above image. In the later step, we will fill these variables with data that will be then saved by clicking the Save button. 

  1. Analyze a Product on the Amazon Product Page

Finally, we're on the last step where we get started by clicking the Analyze button. The extension will land you right on the Amazon Product page by clicking so.

You can also read my blog post
here that explains how to do the installation and download process. 


Where Exactly Does the Seller Assistant App Extension Appear?

Before we analyze the first product, let me answer a question that's super likely to cross your mind – where does the Seller Assistant App extension appear? 


It appears on different pages on Amazon… Basically, there are three places where it can be seen: 

 

  • Product Page

  • Search Pages (Quick View)

  • Inventory Page (in the Seller Central) 


And for the good part, you can turn it off anywhere in the pop-up menu to avoid seeing it where you don't want to. Let's say you don't like Quick View or Inventory widgets. You can disable them and use the main widget on the Product pages instead.


How to Analyze Products using the Seller Assistant App?


The image above is an example of how the Seller Assistant App extension widget appears on the Product page. You can either minimize or maximize it.

Here’s what the minimized version looks like.



The minimized view displays your BSR aka the best seller's rank of the product and the product category. You’ll also see the number of FBA/FBM sellers, as well as some icons related to the product, this part is called the ‘notification panel’, we’ll discuss them later on in this article.


In case you're curious, BSR shows the position of the product in each category. Basically, Amazon ranks all product listings within their respective categories.


The lower the BSR rank is, the more sales a product gets. On the flip side, a higher rank means fewer sales.


And here's what you might not know – if a product has a high ranking, its highlighted BSR is green (as we see in the picture above). 


Likewise, if it does not rank in the top 1% of its category, you'll see it in red. 


That said, it's super favorable to make quick decisions. Plus, when you're doing online arbitrage where you have to analyze hundreds and hundreds of products every day, you'll love tricks like these that help you understand the current product standing. 


Notification Panel

Another essential part of the Seller Assistant App is the notification panel. It's a super useful part of your extension, and here's how to use it


  1. When you open a Product page, you'll be able to see a lock in the top-right corner of the App widget. The lock may be opened or closed. If you see the lock is open, it will be colored green, which means you can sell this particular product.



    On the contrary, if the lock is red, it signifies that you need permission to sell the item or that it is closed to you and you can't sell it.


Well, in the case of a red lock, most sellers can provide an invoice with 10 products to open the lock and start selling.

That said, having this information is crucial before making your purchase decision. In fact, for some sellers, looking at the lock is the main criterion that lets them decide whether to skip the product or go for it. 


  1. Prior to the lock, we can see the like and dislike buttons. You can like or dislike any product, and this mark will appear on the Search page, Inventory page, or in your Seller Assistant App account. Hence, marking the products is helpful for later use.


  1. Can you see the Amazon mark beside the dislike button? Great! That means Amazon is one of the sellers selling this product.

    Knowing it is essential because competing with Amazon isn't easy. In other words, when the seller is Amazon, it's making most of the sales.

    Selling alongside Amazon might result in your stock sitting there forever without any buyers. However, not necessarily so, you might be able to sell along with Amazon, but it’s mostly harder.


  1. Besides the Amazon mark, you'll see a red triangle on the notification panel.

    That's the IP alert feature. Referring to the image above, this product is highly likely to receive intellectual property complaints.

    In some cases, the brand protection is automated, i.e., it appears automatically if you're trying to lead the product. Moreover, suppose you have no invoice or authorization letter from your supplier. In that case, you'll face problems with the product and your account health metrics. 


So let's see how exactly it works. Seller Assistant App automatically collects account health issues from vendors who sell products and save them in our database daily.

Then, we anonymize this data and show it on product pages. This tells us that it's highly critical to know about the health issues relating to the product.

In other news, some brands waive aggressive policies to protect their products. And in online arbitrage, you will have hundreds or thousands of products in your inventory, so you need to be aware of any issues connected to the product.


  1. Some products may have a red box on the notification panel on the left of the red triangle. Take a look at the image below for example: 


This red box means that the product is oversized. If you're curious, this information is critical to the sellers because oversized products have higher FBA fees, and many FBA products will split your shipment (or shipments) to separate shipments.

Therefore, you must pay more to deliver your goods to Amazon. So here's one thing we know for sure: learning about oversized products beforehand is fantastic before you start selling them on Amazon.


While an oversized product can still make you money, these signs on the notification panel help you know more about the product right away.

It also saves time and makes product research and validation much easier and more convenient for the seller. 


Let's go analyze some products now…

P.S - Here is a blog post that talks about the pricing plans of Seller Assistant App. It will help you choose the right plan for you!

Or simply watch the video below.



Fragile Products


The red glass indicates that the product is fragile. You’ll have to pack in a special way for FBA (bubble wrap etc), which might affect your sourcing cost.


Meltable Products


The red drop in the notification panel (next to the Amazon logo) indicates that the product is meltable.

Meltable products are not accepted in Amazon fulfillment centers from April 15th to October 15th (dates might change, so make sure to Google it).

Still, if you try to send your meltable inventory to Amazon in the summer, it will be rejected and destroyed.

Not just that, Amazon will charge you for destroying the product, so it's clearly not a good idea to sell meltable products in summer.


Small & Light Products


The left-most mark Seller Assistant App widget (the leaf) is showing for this product indicates small and light products on Amazon.

If the product meets criteria like size, weight, and price, it can be sold through the Amazon small and light product program.

If you see a green leaf, it signifies that the Seller Assistant App calculated the product profitability and it is profitable with this program; however, if you see a red mark, it means that the product isn't very profitable with small and light.
The profitability is based on the “cost of goods” that we should enter priorly.


Offers

Next up is the offer list. It shows you all the sellers currently selling a particular product, and you can filter them by the program they use.

For instance, you can choose only the FBA sellers, you can see the product price, the seller type, the seller name, and his rating. You can also open the seller storefront from the menu.

Not to forget, it's essential to know how many sellers sell the product.

Desc


Desc indicates description. This option will navigate us to the product description on the Amazon website. Under it we’ll also see the product details.

T.M and H.M


If you're confused with what they are, let me tell you right away: T.M. means trademark. For instance, if our product is of the brand Crossman, clicking the T.M button will guide our way to the trademark related to the product. 


Next up, HM is the HazMat checker (hazardous material checker). It takes you to the page on Amazon where you can check the product for HazMat.

The notification panel will also notify when a product contains hazardous materials by showing a HazMat mark.


Again, it's critical to know about HazMat products. In other news, the fact that hazardous materials and other sized products are separated from ordinary shipments and can only be kept in a dedicated Amazon warehouse impacts your profitability and logistical costs.

You can read more about this topic on the official Seller Assistant App website
here.


Product Information

Next to the product, you can see ASIN, a unique, 10-digit alphanumeric code that identifies products on Amazon. Every product on Amazon has an ASIN number. If you click on it, your product page will be reloaded without any referral links in the URL.


You may be wondering what's the use of this ASIN number without any other parts attached to the link, so let's get this straight.

A clear URL is essential because sometimes, you might open the product from the seller's storefront, where the product price and other sellers will be filtered out from the product. This means you'll obviously see the wrong price.

What I mean here is you wouldn't see the Buy Box price of the actual product, but you'll see the price of a particular seller from whose link you've opened the product.

Another thing you can do is, copy the ASIN number or the whole link to the product.




You can see the Parent if the product is a member of a variation family, and you can view the entire variation family by clicking on the parent ASIN.

Amazon builds sales rankings for the entire variant family, which is an issue because you can’t exactly know which version drives the sales.

What we can do is analyze the number of ratings to find the share of ratings for each variation. This can help us understand which variation gets more ratings, and this might be an indicator of more sales.


22%


For instance, take a look at the image above. In this case, the 2nd variation here has only 22% of all the reviews collected by the product. 


We can tell that 78% of all the ratings are in the 1st variation.

This info can help us understand which variation to the source.


BSR

Although we've talked about it before, let's delve deeper into BSR this time.

So
BSR, as I mentioned earlier, is a product ranking in the category determined by Amazon on a daily basis.

We can use BSR to predict product sales. Seller Assistant App displays the BSR for lengths of 30, 90, and 180 days.


Additionally, as I previously mentioned, Amazon updates its bestseller rank when a product sells. We can see this on the BSR graph.



Here's a BSR graph, and we can see the drops here.

When we see a drop, it means the product was sold by Amazon.

Remember, deciding how the product sells on Amazon is very useful.

The Seller Assistant App will show BSR drops every 30, 90, and 180 days, which is, again, super important to know.

And in case you're curious, it gets this information from
Keepa graphs and data, and tracks BSR drops three or four times per day. Still, the product can sell much more quickly, so the BSR drops are limited to 120 each month, not more. 


In other words, if the product sells slowly, let's say 100 sales in a month. You can use BSR drops to estimate product sales, but if your product sells much more quickly, then do not use this measure to predict the sales.

Stock

Onto the stock, this feature helps you to check seller stocks. Or to put it another way, how many products a given seller has in stock? 


Sales


The sales estimation predicts the product sales using the BSR sales prediction model.

It means that we use BSR and category to predict product sales and show how many items will be sold in a month, and the sales revenue for a particular product.

It helps you predict the sales of a given product.


EAN & UPC

Now, on the right side of the product panel, we see EAN and UPC numbers. UPC number is a unique product identifier used in the stores on the cashier table when you buy the product. It's the same Universal Product Code for tracking trade items in-store.


But the question here is, why is it important to know the UPC code?

You can easily find the product on Google using the UPC code. For instance, you can use this code to find the product on Google, Walmart, or elsewhere. Remember, the wholesalers also use the UPC code in their price list. Now we know why it's critical to know.


The EAN number is the same as the UPC number. The only difference is that EAN is the European identification number, while UPC is the American identification number.


Model

Next is the product model defined in the Amazon catalog. It's also used to find products on Google. 


Size

Right below the product model is the product size.

The product size tier shows which tier the product lies in. It represents measurement categories based on a packaged item's unit weight, product dimensions, and dimensional weight.

That said, product size is an essential metric in determining if an item is oversized or standard-sized.


Why having this information is essential is as I told you earlier, oversized products are usually costly for FBA and logistics.

Therefore, it's crucial to know the product size before you start to sell a product. Also, you can see product size, volume, and weight here in both imperial and metric systems.


PQ - Package Quantity

We see PQ or the package quality on the left to product size. It shows the number of items in the package. For instance, if we see number one, the product contains one piece.

But if you search for a set, say a set of six knives, the software automatically finds the products containing six items.

So, this feature is helpful if you're building sets. If you want to buy individual pieces and put together your own set, or if you want to buy a large set and break it up into many smaller sets, you'll need to know how many pieces there are in the whole.

The good news is that this parameter may also be exported to a Google sheet.


Seller

Below the package quantity, you'll see the seller parameter. Here, you can see the seller's information.

This is basically the name of the seller in a buy box. The buy box is a box on the right side and the fun fact is - every seller wants to be in the buy box.

If you need clarification, look at the picture to see where the buy box is. 



Many sellers can sell the same item. Still, only the seller who is in the "buy box" will actually sell the item or get through the whole selling process, and get the sale.

Sellers in the queue will not make any sales until they are visible in the buy box.

This is Amazon’s technology, where Amazon decides who will make the next purchase.

Amazon looks at the seller's rating, sales velocity, and many other parameters like product pricing, models like Amazon FBA or FBM, and finally, decides who will sell a particular product today. So, if you click on the ‘add to cart’ or ‘buy now’ button the product will automatically be ordered from the seller in the buy box. 


FBA & FBM Sellers

Up next is the quantity of FBA and FBM sellers. Here, you can see your competitors. If a product is sold by different sellers, you'll see the number of sellers in this section.

And if the product is sold by FBA aka fulfillment by Amazon sellers, you will see the number of these sellers in the FBA section. On the flip side, if the product is sold by sellers who use the FBM program, you'll see the quantity in the FBM section.

You’ll also see the estimated amount of sales and revenue you’ll make if you’ll be selling on this given listing.


Here’s how the Seller Assistant App calculates the competitors. Your competitors are sellers who sell products using a price that is not higher than the buy box price plus 5%.

Seller Assistant App will show those who are within that range on the right side of the amount of sellers.

So there might be 5 FBA sellers on the listing, but there’s only one who’s price is within 5% of Buy Box price, so only that competitor will be counted as a direct competitor.

It's called “Your FBA sales potential”, as seen in the picture above.

Seller Assistant App uses these competitors (direct competitors) to calculate your potential profitability and potential sales number.

If Amazon is one of the sellers, it’s going to be harder to be in the Buy Box.

The video below shares 12 things that you can do to gain a higher chance to control the Buy Box. Enjoy.


Price

The block right below the product panel has a different set of inputs; the first one is the Price, Seller Assistant App automatically pulls the Buy Box price and inputs it in this area. 



Also, we see the minimum FBA price, which is $42.92, and the minimum FBM price, which is $36.97. This case shows that Amazon does not share the box with sellers with even lower prices than Amazon.

Also, we see the average buy box price for 90 days, which is $33.91 here.

In this case, it's because the last 90 days were a holiday season, and Amazon had a promotion for this product and sold it much cheaper than now. But the point I'm making here is that it's critical to consider the price dynamics.


The tiny green arrow you see right below the price box shows the price dynamics for this particular product.

Here, you see it has increased 0.3% over the past 30 days, which indicates that although the price is rising, it is stable for now.

However, if you see that the price has increased by 25%, that's a straight-up red flag. And that's because it could mean that one seller who used to offer this product for a lower price has run out of stock and people are now selling it for higher prices.

If you try calculating your sourcing decisions based on this higher price, you can make a mistake. You might send your inventory and expect to sell the product using this higher price.


It may not work for you because a bigger seller who ran out of stock can get back and start selling the product for less. And that means your inventory will get stuck for months.

If the price dynamics go down rapidly, it means there are price wars on the product, and the price will decrease.


Generally, the best price dynamics are ‘no change’ price dynamics. Where we see stable prices for longer time periods.



COG - Cost of Goods


Refer back to the picture. You'll see COG right next to the Amazon Price field. Well, this field is for you to put your supplier's price without shipping and without taxes, but yes, you can add your sales tax here. This can be configured in the Seller Assistant App settings. 


VAT

VAT is for the sellers who sell on American Amazon from European countries.

Such sellers need to pay VAT on seller fees.

I’d recommend consulting with an accountant to see exactly what VAT fees you need to pay.

If your account is registered in Europe and you sell on Amazon U.S., you'll pay a VAT fee, so Amazon will charge extra tax. European sellers have the option to input the cost of goods, including or excluding taxes.


Now let's see how that works.


If you sell on Amazon Europe, you have options to choose a tax scheme for you. For instance, if you're a VAT-registered seller and choose the standard 20%, the tax will be calculated separately from the cost of goods, and you'll see it in your profit calculation. 


It is significant for European sellers to be able to input the cost of goods with VAT included or excluded.

For example, if you source from online retail stores, they show your final price with VAT included. In this case, the Seller Assistant App calculates the cost of goods, excluding VAT, and uses it to calculate your profit.

But let's say you source from wholesalers, they show the cost of goods excluding VAT in their price lists. So in this case, it's much more convenient for you to use the cost of goods that excludes the VAT feature. Seller Assistant App will automatically add the VAT that shows in the profit calculation.

If you need to register VAT in Europe, please refer to my blog post
here, where I share a service that helps you do it. I used it myself to get VAT registered in Europe.


Profit & Expenses

Under the price input block, two blocks show your profit for different models, i.e., FBA and FBM. Also, another block shows your expenses for that particular product.

You can choose the expenses for each model separately and have two columns.

The first column is expenses for selling on Amazon, where there's a total cost, total fees, Amazon fees, and Amazon referral fee, which may be 15%, 12%, or even 8% of the sales price, and your fee shows next to it.

Also, you can see your FBA fees and storage fees for one month of storage right below the referral fee. 


On the right side of this block, you’ll see shipping and preparation costs. If the product is fragile, we also show the costs for bubble rapping.

You can easily use different prices for cost. For example, if you know the product shipping will be $2 or $2.5, you can overwrite these numbers with your own number.

The shipping and preparation cost can be configured in your settings. You will see default numbers from your settings, and you can overwrite them anytime. 


Now for the last step, you can see two columns with the numbers from the left.

The first column shows numbers for FBM sellers and the second for FBA. There, you can see the numbers affecting your profit, the sale price, your expenses, and your final profit. Also, you can see your
ROI and profit margin here calculated in percentages.

And you know what? Just move your cursor around and point it to ROI or profit to find the formulas and how they're calculated. 


And here's the last thing that is very useful for Amazon sellers who analyze and save products daily: fill in your source link. You can add your source link, make a note, relay it to the product, and keep the results in Google Sheets.


Once you're done analyzing your product and decide to save the product information to your Google Sheets, you can do that easily by clicking the save button in yellow.


When you have your Google Sheets connected, click the Save button and see that the product information appears in your Google Sheets. Not to mention, it's quite useful and will save you tons of time. No more thinking about saving product details, clicking the button, and researching another product. 


Moreover, you can connect up to three Google Sheets of your choice and choose the Sheets you want to save the product into, anytime. 


Keepa Graph

This is the last block you'll see in the section. It's basically the Keepa graph block that shows BSR change, Amazon FBA, FBM prices, buy box, and the offer and quantity of the reviews.


If you're familiar with the Keepa graph, I'm sure you'd know how pivotal it is to be able to read this graph. It has a lot of information we need to understand a product to its full potential. 



Let's look at this Keepa graph right here. You can see it is filled with orange, which means Amazon is always present on this product. But there are also the red dots that indicate the buy box price, so you can see how the price changes on this product.


Occasionally, you have to evaluate the number of offers. If you notice a decrease in the number of offers on the graph, it implies the sellers have run out of stock, or they were banned. 


This is crucial because if you notice a huge drop in offers (let’s say from 50 offers to 2 offers), that's quite a red flag.

You can be blocked from such a product or get an I.P. complaint from the brand owner.

Usually, in a case such as the one I’ve described before, the remaining one or two offers will be from the brand owner.


However, if you see a graph that looks like a roller coaster or where the seller's quantity goes up slowly and down slowly, that's okay. This is because people are just selling out, coming back, etc.


Here's some advice: if you're doing online arbitrage, your product research routine must first look at the red flags.

Next up, analyze its sales velocity, analyze your competitors, calculate your profitability, and find the supplier. Then, save the results to Google Sheets and analyze the next product.

And since you do that a hundred times every day, it is crucial to have all the information you require in one place. This will save you time and help you concentrate on researching items rather than saving them to Sheets, which is precisely why the Seller Assistant App Extension was created in the first place. 


How To Configure Seller Expenses? 


Here you can configure your default numbers for different selling models (FBA or FBM). 


You can set up your shipping costs for the product per item or per pound. You can also set up preparing and labeling costs for items and bubble wrapping for products.


The next section allows you to set up your tax rate. This is for the extension to calculate your sales tax by default. And if you have VAT on seller fees on Amazon U.S., you can set it yourself or choose your VAT schemes from the given section. 


If you sell on Amazon U.K for example, you have more settings and more VAT schemes available.

Let's say you have no VAT registration; then there is a scheme for you.

Plus you can choose how you input the cost of goods of your product. For instance, I have a cost of goods that includes VAT as set by default, but it can also be written on the product page for each product you analyze.


Pricing of the Seller Assistant App + Free Trial + Coupon


Heading to the pricing page is simple. Open the Seller Assistant App website by clicking here, and click pricing. And the good news is that the pricing is just as simple as navigating the page itself!


The Seller Assistant App has two plans. The first one is billed monthly, and the second one is billed annually.

They also have a
free plan that allows you to see the Quick View feature and I.P. Alerts. 


Still, if you want to supercharge your business with the extension on the product page, you need to subscribe.


Subscribing for annual billing would require you to pay $150, saving $30 per year. But they also have another special offer - a $20 discount.


Summing it up for you, there's a free forever plan, the one where you can use the basic features of the Seller Assistant App, I.P. Alert and Amazon Quick View. 


Other plans include monthly billing, $15 per month for everything we talked about today…Fair for the amount I guess, right?


The graphs we discussed belong to a separate service, Keepa. If you try subscribing to them individually, you'll pay $20. 


But with the Seller Assistant App access, you will be able to get them for the same $15, which is pretty cool. 


Besides monthly billing, there's annual billing that saves you the most because if you multiply 15 by 12, it will be $180, so as you can see here, 180 is crossed. 


However, yearly, you pay only $150, or $130 with my special discount, and that's quite a fair deal! 


Yep, if you use the Seller Assistant App, you will get 2 in 1 tool. For example, if you buy a Keepa, you will pay 90 euros per month, and if you buy an I.P. Alert feature extension, you'll pay $100 per year. 


That makes an insanely hefty amount! But all of these features are available in the Seller Assistant App, and you'll pay only $15 per month or $130 per year. Not a chance you'd want to miss, I firmly believe. 


So, that's all from my side. I wish you all the luck in getting your online arbitrage journey, and I hope it runs smoothly. If you follow all the steps from today's article about how the Seller Assistant App Extension works, rest assured it'll do the magic for you!

That's it for today. Until the next post, stick around.

Yours,

Vova :)

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