Amazon Product Finding Tool Released By MBS

November 19, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - ManageByStats has released a product finding tool, called

">MBS Retriever, designed to help Amazon sellers easily and quickly compare vital info across multiple selections, in order to choose viable products to sell on Amazon. MBS Retriever is a plugin that runs in the Chrome browser. It resides in the browser, and can be activated with a click when browsing Amazon. The tool then provides comparative info on the items being searched.

“Finding and deciding what to sell on Amazon can be an intimidating process,” says MBS CEO, Philip Jepsen. “This is especially true for new Amazon sellers. Without knowing how certain products perform, and what the competition is like, it becomes a real guessing game. It can also become expensive if you end up choosing products without proper research.”

ManageByStats is a suite of software tools for Amazon sellers. MBS Retriever is part of the suite, and is free for users of ManageByStats. Amazon sellers not using MBS can still get and use MBS Retriever for free, but it will not show certain historical info. The MBS Retriever plugin is installed from the Chrome browser. While in a Chrome browser users can navigate to the Chrome Web Store and choose the option, Add to Chrome. MBS users can also find the link for this in their ManageByStats, under the Catapult > Rertriever menu.

“Our MBS Retriever is built to help make it exceedingly easy for you to do proper product research,” says Mister Jepsen. “Review and compare hundreds of products instantly by rank, monthly sales, monthly revenue, reviews, rating and more. You can also look at the averages for each of these criteria, giving you the ability to look at the success of an entire range of products, thus letting you know how successful that type of product is in general.”

For more info on MBS Retriever, please visit the ManageByStats site or contact the company directly. If interested parties have further questions, ManageByStats may be contacted directly by email.

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For more information about ManageByStats, contact the company here:

ManageByStats
Philip Jepsen, CEO
7274752995
philip@managebystats.com
411 Cleveland Street, Suite 110
Clearwater FL 33755

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