10,000 Top-Selling Amazon Products
Why Is This List So Valuable?
- Access Actual Amazon Data
- Instantly Receive Thousands of Ideas
- It’s Free!
How To Use This List
If you have Jungle Scout, you are set up for success!
With this list, you are far ahead of the competition…
Here are a few ways that you can leverage the robust data analysis capabilities of Jungle Scout with a list of proven winners.
There are various factors at play that can make a product succeed: sales velocity/history, strength of listing, savvy advertising and marketing, competitive pricing, and much more.
But how do you figure this out for yourself what the catalyst for success is?
Do your research.
Specifically, study historical trends, macro trends, and track the daily sales going forward. In short.
These are all things that you will find in the product tracker.
Simply add the ASIN or Amazon URL, and you instantly get critical information on the product. Like this:
And then you can see data like this:
There are many sub-categories and keywords that you can pull out of this list. This is a great starting point to drill into the niche further, and analyze the niche as a whole.
Simply pull up the Niche Hunter in Jungle Scout, and drop in any keywords that you find interesting.
Here’s an example, where one keyword becomes 27 niche ideas:
Did you know that you can filter the Product Database by entering specific keywords? Just as you did with the Niche Hunter above, you can enter in a keyword to generate even more ideas, with one click.
Like this, and presto, there are 95 additional product ideas with all of the key metrics you need to validate a product idea:
Sometimes success on Amazon can be iterative, meaning that you improve on someone else’s proven success.
How does this work?
Simply find successful and savvy sellers, and study what they do. What products, niches, categories do they sell in? Where are they finding success, and why?
Extension is a great way to reverse-engineer the success of others.
You can take a product from the list of 10k top products, and look it up on Amazon. On the product page, you will see who is selling the product.
And then simply pull up your Extension data to see what products the seller is succeeding with….
Want the monthly revenue?
You can multiply the Retail Price times the units sold per month.
And estimated profit?
You will have to account for the cost of goods sold, shipping, and Amazon fees. We have listed everything you need to know, and a handy worksheet on this page.