Amazon Seller Central empowers businesses and individuals sellers to do business on Amazon. It provides them with information about sales performance, pricing, and order management. Sellers can use the self-service tools in Seller Central to search for products, list items for sale, manage orders, and make changes to inventory – all from the convenience of their own home or office.
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Welcome to this blog where I will discuss the integration of Amazon Seller Central and ProfitWell. I will also discuss how I got a snapshot of my monthly PPC spending for free.
Amazon Seller Central allows sellers to launch their own branded storefronts and market their products directly to Amazon customers. Sellers can also use Amazon’s fulfillment services to store, pick, pack and ship orders from their existing warehouse. They can also promote products on Amazon using sponsored ads which are a type of pay-per-click (PPC. advertising that are only available for sellers on the Pro Merchant account. Sales generated via sponsored ads are recorded as “revenue” in your Amazon Seller Central dashboard.
To be able to sell on Amazon, you need to have an Amazon seller account. To create an Amazon seller account, go to https://sellercentral.amazon.com/home and click “Create New Account”. Click “Join Free Today”. Fill in your information and then click “Sign Up”.
You will receive a welcome email with your username and password within 10 minutes. Please check your spam fpder if you did not receive it. If you still do not see the email, please contact support at. https://sellercentral.amazon.com/gp/help/topic/6050401?p=A3B2C9B23F8FEF69&sp=AMAZON_SellerCentral_Help_Ads
Once you have created an account, you can choose the product category that you are interested in selling. You should look into a product category that fits your niche or business model. For example, if you want to sell cosmetics, you should look into the Beauty & Personal Care category. If you want to sell musical instruments, you should look into the Musical Instruments category. The categories are different for every country. For example, if you want to sell beauty products in the US, please choose the Beauty & Personal Care category whereas if you want to sell beauty products in Australia, choose the Health & Beauty category. Once you have chosen a category, you can start listing products immediately by searching for the product you want to sell or uploading your own product inventory file. Also, if you have your own product inventory file, you can skip the process of searching for a product and directly upload your own product inventory file. However, remember that you cannot list more than 40 items per month on Amazon without using Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA. You can find more information about FBA here. https://sellercentral.amazon.com/gp/help/faq/200668020
Even though Amazon has many great features, they charge fees for basic services like storing your inventory in Amazon warehouses or accessing your profit and loss reports using Amazon Seller Central Dashboard or reporting top (Refer to section II below. This is where ProfitWell comes in handy!
ProfitWell allows users to track their ad spend and profit across platforms in one place without having to leave their current platforms like Amazon seller central or Google Ads or Facebook Ads. All you have to do is sign up for ProfitWell and connect it to your Amazon Seller Central account (refer to section VI below. and all of your ad spend data will be imported into one convenient report which allows you to analyze your PPC performance on one platform easily without having to go through multiple platforms.
In addition, ProfitWell provides you with a profit analysis report which shows exactly how much money you have made from each of your ad campaigns for the past 30 days so that you can plan for future campaigns in advance instead of risking your money on ad campaigns which don’t convert into profits. ProfitWell also allows you to check how much ad spend was spent on each campaign within that time period so that you can find out where you have been spending too much money on ads or where you have been spending too little money on ads. ProfitWell also allows users to check which ad campaigns drove traffic to their websites and how many of those visitors converted into customers/leads/sales so that they can duplicate the successful ad campaigns and avoid wasting time on unsuccessful campaigns which do not generate profit even after spending large amounts of money on them. You can also check what keywords were used for these successful campaigns so that you know which keywords work best for your business model or niche.
How does ProfitWell integrate with Seller Central?
To get started with ProfitWell, go to https://profitwell.com/. Click “Start Free” and click “Connect Accounts” (see screenshot below. A pop-up will appear asking you to sign up for a new ProfitWell account (see screenshot below. Click “Sign Up” and fill in your personal information (see screenshots below. After signing up successfully, login back into ProfitWell, go to this link. https://profitwell.com/my-account and click on “Connect Seller Central” (see screenshot below. Next, log into your Seller Central account and go to this link. https://sellercentral.amazon.com/gp/digital-asset-store/insights/ref=ag_aui_core?ref=ag_aui_core_app2&aps=1&appId=A3B2C9B23F8FEF69&platformId=A3B2C9B23F8FEF69&appver=1&showDetails=true&showDetails=true&pageNumber=1 (see screenshot below. In the next page, click the “View Data” button (see screenshot below. This will take you to another page where you can view your total revenue, total ad spend, conversion rate etc., but first let’s connect our ProfitWell account with our Seller Central account so that all of our ad spend data will be imported into one convenient report (see screenshot below. Click on “Connect Your Account” after scrpling down a bit towards the bottom of the page (see screenshot below. After clicking on “Connect Your Account”, a pop-up will appear asking you to authorize ProfitWell access from Amazon Seller Central (see screenshot below. Click “Authorize Access” and login to your Seller Central account again (see screenshot below. After logging in again, go back to the popup window which asks for authorization from Seller Central and click “Allow Access” (see screenshot below. After clicking “Allow Access”, ProfitWell will automatically connect with your Seller Central account (see screenshot below. Now scrpl up a few inches towards the top of the page until you see a section called “Account Details” which shows all of your Selling on Amazon account details (see screenshot below. You will see all of your Selling on Amazon accounts including any test accounts that you might have created under this Selling on Amazon account (see screenshot below. Now click on “View Profitability Report” under any of your Selling on Amazon accounts (see screenshot below. Your ProfitWell account will now show all of your ad spend data under each of your Selling on Amazon accounts along with a profit analysis report (see screenshots below. You can change the date range by clicking on the arrow which is located under the graphs area next to “Date Range” (see screenshot below. ProfitWell also allows users to filter ad spend data based on specific ad group or campaign name by clicking “Search” button (see screenshot below. By default, ProfitWell shows all of your accounts under the “All Accounts” section but if you want to narrow down your search results according to specific Selling on Amazon accounts, click “Account Filter” under “Filters” section (see screenshot below. You can select specific Selling on Amazon accounts from this dropdown menu as shown in the screenshot below. This feature is helpful if you have multiple Selling on Amazon accounts so that users don’t have to scrpl through all their Selling on Amazon accounts one by one just to find out how much ad spend was spent in certain months or how much profit was generated during certain months for certain Selling on Amazon accounts. Users can sort ProfitWell data by clicking “Sort by Cpumn” button (see screenshot below. In this option as shown in the screenshot above, users can choose whether they want their data sorted by date range or by their profit rank cpumn or by their conversion rate cpumn etc., whichever they feel is most relevant for their business model or niche so that they don’t have to scrpl through each and every row just looking at some data cpumns while ignoring other data cpumns just
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