Amazon Sales Estimator

Quickly and Easily Estimate Amazon Sales: The Entire Process Explained

Get free product sales info for any Amazon product

Calculate an estimated average monthly sales number with our free sales calculator tool

Step 1:

Country:

  • USA
  • United Kingdom
  • Canada
  • Germany
  • France
  • Italy
  • Spain
  • India
  • Mexico

Step 2:

Step 3:

Sales per Month

How does it work?

01.

Open a Product Page on Amazon

Go to Amazon.com and search for the type of item you’re looking for.
Sort through the search results list and select a product you’re interested in.

02.

Find a Product’s Sales
Rank

Scroll down the product listing until you find the best seller rank (BSR). Copy this number.

03.

Get a Monthly Sales
Estimate

Go to our Amazon Sales Estimator and enter the country, category, and BSR for your item, then click “Calculate Sales.”

Please note: Monthly sales data changes regularly. For the most accurate picture of a product's sales, check it's sales history. See below to learn how you can do that.

Check a product’s sales trends

Sales numbers can change daily, so you need to check a product’s sales history to get the whole picture. By using the most up-to-date and accurate sales trackers, checkers, and apps you’ll gain an edge on your competition.

Why do Amazon sellers need to look at trends?

You want to avoid selling a product in a declining niche

Product trends will tell you whether an item’s sales are trending up or down. Make sure to avoid products with declining sales.

You need to identify if a product is seasonal

Certain items only sell well during certain seasons. Trends will help you find products that sell consistently all year.

Some sales surge unexpectedly

Sales can randomly surge for many reasons. You need to look at all the historical data to really know a product’s conversion rate.

Why do Amazon sellers need to look at trends?


How to check Amazon sales trends

How to check Amazon sales trends

  1. Click here to get a free trial of our AMZScout Pro Extension
  2. Open Amazon.com and search for a product
  3. Open the AMZScout PRO Extension for detailed reports and analysis on the products.
  4. Select a product you would like to research. Click the arrow to the left of the product, then click “Product History.”

Do you need more help?

Analyze a product’s niche

Similar products on Amazon may have very different per day sales numbers. You need to research the entire niche before you decide to sell a product through Amazon FBA.

What is a product niche?

A product niche is a segment of a larger market that includes products focused on very specific hobbies, interests, and tasks. These products can be found using specific long tail keywords.

Which product niches should you avoid?

Low Demand - If there isn’t a lot of demand for a product niche it won’t convert into a high number of sales.

High Competition - Avoid niches that have a lot of other sellers in them, as it will be harder to increase your product ranking.

Low Profit - Some product niches are made up of items that have low profit margins, making it harder to generate earnings.

What is a product niche?

A product niche is a segment of a larger market that includes products focused on very specific hobbies, interests, and tasks. These products can be found using specific long tail keywords.

Which product niches should you avoid?


How to verify your niche idea with AMZScout

How to verify your niche idea with AMZScout

  1. Click here to get a free trial of our AMZScout Pro Extension
  2. Open Amazon.com and search for a type of product
  3. Open AMZScout PRO Extension.
  4. Click on “Niche Score” to find out how profitable a niche is
  5. Top niches will have a score of 7 or higher, meaning the niche is a good choice.
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