Asinspector Review

November 29th 2015

Asinspector is a browser extension tool that lets you do a search on Amazon, then shows you details in a list format of those items. If you're an Amazon FBA seller, it should help you make decisions about which products are going to be profitable for you to sell. I just started using it. Setup One thing that rubbed me the wrong way during the setup process: you must have a Facebook account, presumably with your real name, for validation purposes. In order to complete the activation, you have to log onto Facebook. Now I use an alias for Facebook. But rather than try to argue, I just set up a new Facebook account with my real name....

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CamelCamelCamel Review: How Graphs Relate to Actual Amazon Sales

October 5th 2015

CamelCamelCamel.com is a free tool designed to show you information about Amazon sales over time for a particular product. I just looked at it today for the first time. If you want an in-depth review, this isn't it. However, I am in the very unique position of being able to relate what I see exactly against actual sales because I am the only seller of this particular product on Amazon, and always have been. So here are my observations about how what CamelCamelCamel shows me relates to actual sales. First of all, I have two listings of this product: Seller-fulfilled for $42.95 (plus shipping) FBA (Fulfilled by Amazon) for $52.45. I ran CamelCamelCamel for 1 ...

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Taxjar Review Updated

August 9th 2015

Originally I did a review of TaxJar where I gave them 3.5 stars: TaxJar Review But they've recently made some modifications that took a lot of my complaints into consideration and fixed them. So I've written a new review and bumped them up to 4 stars. What you Collected vs. What you Owe My biggest complaint originally was that they report to you what Amazon has deducted for sales tax, not necessarily what you owe. Which is great if you already have Amazon set up to collect sales tax. But there will always be a period of time when you OWE tax (because your product is being ...

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