Jungle Scout is an extensive product research tool with a Web App and Extension which allow quick access to incredible leads, niches, and metrics.
Jungle Scout is the Superman of all quick Amazon product research tools. Between the browser extension and the web app, you’ll be able to make decisions on potential products easier than ever.
With the click of one button in your browser, Jungle Scout will formulate a beautiful table of real product data, including estimated monthly sales, best-seller rank, revenue, number of reviews, average rating, competition and much more. You can even export CSV files of the results for further domination if desired. ($97.00 for lite, $197.00 for pro)
The Web App has several features built in to help you identify, analyze, and track products and other data. The Product Database feature allows sellers to search through Amazon’s full catalog using filters such as monthly sales, product size, product opportunities, number of reviews and more. You can also add products you like to the Product Tracker. With the Product Database, you no longer have to weed through the traditional consumer platform to find the goodies. (from $29.00-$69.00/month depending on plan)
Jungle Scout’s Product Tracker , also found inside the Web App, allows you to track products and monitor your competitors’ pricing, inventory, profit margins, and more. You can use this data to make smarter decisions on the products you buy.
Have some more fun hunting down richy-rich niche opportunities with the Niche Hunter and it’s proprietary ‘Opportunity Score’ feature of the Web App.
Choose criteria you are looking for in your desired niche and filter by category, level of demand, average price, quality of listing and more. The niche hunter also provides niche and keyword opportunities and allows you to view metrics on the top products in the niche, including monthly sales, number of reviews, and a list of related keywords that other customers look for.
Jungle Scout also runs a pretty awesome content section on their site. Check out the blog here.