If you are an Amazon seller, you know how easy it is to keep track of sales. You can see the daily unit sales for your products, review your monthly and quarterly sales performance, and even download a CSV file of all your sales data. However, that only tells half the story. If you’re trying to find out which products sold best on Amazon or if you want to know which ASINs have inventory left so that you can reorder them, then this blog post will come in handy. When it comes to finding those details on an Amazon seller account, things aren’t as simple as they seem. Although the platform gives a lot of information about each product listed on their site, it doesn’t give us access to some of the most important details regarding our orders.
How To Find Archived Orders On Amazon?
Find the ASIN of a Product
If you’re a seller on Amazon, then you know that every product listing has an ASIN assigned to it. The ASIN is an Amazon-specific identifier for tracking product sales and inventory. So, if you want to find out which products have sold, then the first thing that you will have to do is find the ASIN of those products. To do this, you will have to log into your Amazon Seller Center and go to the “Search” tab on your account dashboard. There, you can search for any product using its ASIN. However, if the search doesn’t bring any results or if there are no results with that particular ASIN, then there’s one more way in which you can get access to this information by using a third-party tool called “Find Your Product”.
Find Your Product: Third-Party Tool
If your search for an ASIN doesn’t come up with any results or if it only brings up a few results but none of them match what you are looking for in terms of finding out which products sold and how many units they sold (i.e., whether they were selling well or not), then we recommend that you use a third-party tool called “Find Your Product”. This tool is available as an add-on module on your Amazon seller account dashboard and it will allow us to find out all sorts of information regarding our orders, including the ASIN of each product that we have listed on Amazon.
Find Your Product: Third-Party Tool: How to Use It
To find out the ASIN of any of your products, you will first have to go to your seller account dashboard and then click on the “Search” tab on the left-hand side menu. From there, you can search for the ASIN that you wish to find using a search bar provided in the top-right corner. After typing in your ASIN, a search box will appear at the top of your screen allowing you to search for it. Once you’ve found it, click on the “Find Your Product” module from within this bar and then select the “Find Products” option from a dropdown menu. From there, choose “Archived Orders” which will take us to a page where we can see all our archived orders and sales data. To find out which products sold well or not, simply look up the product name and date listed on this page and see what they are showing as their units sold per day or per month or even their quarterly sales performance if we are searching with them over a period of time (i.e. if we are searching for our past sales data).
Find Your Product: Third-Party Tool: How It Works
Once installed on your account dashboard, the Find Your Product module will give us access to all the information regarding our orders, including the ASIN of each product that we have listed on Amazon.
Find Your Product: Third-Party Tool: How To Get It
If you’re not a seller on Amazon, then you can still get access to this tool by signing up for a free account at http://findyourproduct.com/register/ and then signing in to your account dashboard. Once there, scroll down to the “Add-Ons” section and select the “Find Your Product” option from the list of options provided there. Once done with that, you will then be able to use this tool on your seller account dashboard as well as use it in your own listings whenever you want.
How To Find The Best Product On Amazon?
- Identify the Product Category
To find out what are the best products on Amazon, we will first have to identify the product category that we want to search for.
- Identify the Product Keyword
Once we have identified the product category, we will then need to identify the product keyword. The best way to do this is by using our Amazon account dashboard and then using the “Search” option on it. From there, type in your product keyword and also add a few more keywords that you think are relevant to it.
- Find Related Keywords
Now that we have our search keywords ready, we will now use them in our search bar at Amazon.com and go ahead with a search for related keywords (i.e. related to your product). Once you’ve done that, keep on scrolling down until you see all the related keywords of interest and choose one or two from them as well as select “Apply” from that list of options provided at the top of your screen for applying those related keywords to your search query so that they will appear in the results page when you get back to Amazon after doing a search for your product category and keyphrase.
- Find Related Products
After applying all of these keywords, go ahead with a new search and look at how many products are showing up in that list of results on Amazon (i.e. how many products have all these related keywords applied to their ASINs). These are basically products similar to yours which may be selling well on Amazon or not but which may give us an idea about what other people think about our own product and may provide us with some ideas of how to improve it as well as help us to hone in on what features will help it sell better.
If you want to know which products sold best on Amazon and if you want to know which ASINs have inventory left, you have to know how to find archived orders. This information will help you understand which products were the most profitable and which ones should be reordered. It’s also essential if you want to learn which products to stop promoting on your Amazon listings. Follow the methods mentioned in this blog post to find archived orders and learn what they can tell you.
Q. What is the difference between Sellers Authorized Retailer and Sellers Merchant?
- The difference between these two is that a seller who is a seller authorized retailer has been given the go-ahead from Amazon to sell on the platform whereas a seller who is a seller’s merchant has not been given this go-ahead. To be considered a seller’s authorized retailer, you have to have paid for your listing or have applied for it. This can be done through the Seller Central dashboard on Amazon.
Q. Should I use FBA or FBM?
- There are pros and cons to each method of selling on Amazon but essentially, FBA and FBM both work in the same way: you will list your products on Amazon and ship them out to their customers via Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA). What’s more important is which method will work best for you as well as your product category, which one you should choose depends entirely on what you’re selling and what kind of results you’re looking for in terms of sales volume, profit margin, AOV, etc.
Q. How do I find archived orders?
A: You can find archived orders by using this simple trick: search for your product category from within Seller Central so that when you get back to Amazon after doing a search for that category, all the products that were sold within 2 months ago will show up under “Related Products” section at the top of the page. You can also check the “Archived orders” section on the left side of your product details page within the Seller Central dashboard.