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Jungle Scout is an amazing tool that lets you quickly and easily identify the best products to private label and sell on the Amazon FBA program. But while I love Jungle Scout, and strongly recommend it, it isn’t perfect. Out of their products, in my Jungle Scout review video I recommend you buy the following:
* Chrome Extension: Either to Pro or Lite (whichever you can afford. If you get the Lite extension I’d strongly recommend that you make sure you get the Web App).
* Web App: Start-up (unless you have a specific need to track more than 40 products).
So let’s start this Jungle Scout review with a look over the Jungle Scout Chrome Extension, pro vs. lite.
My Jungle Scout Review of the Chrome Extension::
This tool is what it seems, a Chrome extension. It adds onto your Chrome browser. When you search for a product on Amazon, you can click on the extension button to open up a screen of very important data about each of the products on that Amazon search page. The information that you can see depends on whether you’ve purchased the lite extension or the pro extension.
Lite extension: Product name, brand, price, category, est. monthly sales, est. revenue, number of reviews, their average star rating and how the sale is fulfilled (e.g. is it fulfilled via FBA, private fulfillment etc).
The pro extension add-ons: Sizing, weight, FBA fees, profit calculator and you can see monthly trends.
When analyzing a product using the Jungle Scout Chrome extension, I would recommend looking for products that meet the following criteria:
* On average, the top 10 sellers are making around 300+ sales a month.
* The total units sold for the top 10 sellers totals 3000+.
* There is at least 1 seller in the top 5 with less than 50 reviews.
* There is at least 3 sellers in the top 10 with less than 50 reviews.
* The item on average is selling for at least $20.
The Jungle Scout Chrome extension - both the pro version and the lite version - work very well. I have found it so-far glitch free. It loads fast and it does not slow your computer down or tax your computer’s resources. It enables you to quickly and accurately analyze the competition and identify if a product will be hard to sell, or easy to sell.
The weight of an item is very important when selecting a product to sell, and that information is only available with the pro extension. That, plus the helpful addition of the FBA fees make the pro extension my recommendation to anyone that can afford it.
However, the pro edition is not necessary if you follow my recommended advice of this Jungle Scout review and get the Web App, as if you are following the advice I laid out in my other video (which you can watch here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6MhEPyWKE-U) you will have already sorted products by weight.
My Jungle Scout Review of the Web App:
The web app is a fantastic tool that lets you filter the products on Amazon based upon criteria that you set in the web app. For example, this is the criteria that I recommend filtering products by:
* Price: $20-40
* Reviews: 50 Or less
* Weight: 2 Pounds or less
* Units sold per month: 300+
The Jungle Scout web app is crucial for identifying products that have potential for you to then conduct competitor research on using the chrome extension.
HOWEVER: While this is a fantastic tool, my advice in this Jungle Scout review is you only need the Start-Up subscription. This is because the Jungle Scout Niche Hunter, which is the big selling point for the Standard & Business subscriptions, is in its current state not very valuable.
Unfortunately, the Niche Hunter is glitchy and does not provide accurate data on the products that it recommends. It has trouble identifying products based on reviews, and will say that a product has no reviews when in reality it has hundreds if not thousands of reviews. Until the Jungle Scout Niche Hunter is working without these glitches, I do not recommend that you purchase the Standard or Business subscriptions of the web app for it.
Jungle Scout Review Conclusions
Chrome extension: I’d recommend the Pro if you can afford it, otherwise the Lite works in-conjunction with the Web App.
Web App: I’d recommend the Start-Up.
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