The Smartest Amazon Research Tool For FBA Sellers
The MPSH product research extension is the perfect tool for the FBA seller who wants to speed up their product research. This tool enables you to find high-profit, low competition products that you can sell on Amazon with ease, by quickly grabbing the ASIN number and key details of the listing on Amazon, ensuring that your next product launch will never be your last. A free Chrome extension with some amazing features, including - The ability to quickly calculate how much profit your product will make at the click of a button - Help you to find new products that you can sell on Amazon - Quickly determines the marketplace size of your product (and how much competition there is) - Recieve a plethora of information about your product, it’s BSR rank, it’s historical sales history plus much more
- (2020-12-08) Kevin E.: Shows the BSR but, not able to populate fields within the 4s product gauntlet using this plugin with the click of a button. Have to populate each field with the product gauntlet software. Not good.
- (2020-09-06) Eugene Goyena: This extension replaces an older version. It´s not showing the BSR though, so in effect it cannott be used because the extension itselg won´t save the other data on the 4S gauntlet. Please fix the problem. No amount of refreshing, logging in and out seems to work. Thanks.
- (2020-08-24) Mami Asakawa: I like it but I wish it had more features. Looks like it's in the making though. But all and all, I can't use it anymore because it stopped working. Now all BSRs are showing as 0. Logged in and out, refreshed browser, restarted computer, etc etc... anything I could think of but to no avail.
- (2020-07-09) Ceren Yener: This extension only supports amazom.com and amazon.co.uk websites. It would be great if it would also supports other amazon websites such as .de
- (2020-01-18) Neil O'Rourke: Really useful extenstion. Only issue for me is that the white text is difficult to read against the light blue background (bsr numbers). I would suggest darkening the blue a little to increase contrast.