My List of JungleScout Alternatives - Free and Paid

JungleScout Alternative Software List

There are two separate things called JungleScout. You probably already knew that. For one you pay a one time fee of $97, and for the other you pay $29-$69 monthly.

What's the difference between JungleScout web app and browser extension?

They do different things.

With the browser extension, you start with products and get their stats. So you will open an Amazon search page and see how many sales each product on that page is getting. It's useful when you already know what you want to sell. For example, you know you want to sell baby blankets, so you will use it to see which baby blankets are selling the best, what's the demand for this product.

With the web app, you start with set of criteria and get products. So with it, you find products to sell. You enter a category, price, minimum estimated sales - and get a list of products that match your requirements. It is useful to find product ideas with high demand in a niche that you like.

One drawback about JungleScout

The thing is, JungleScout will only show you product ideas from products that are already selling on Amazon. There are many people using JungleScout, and many products are over-copied and best niches are saturated. 

I recommend starting with JungleScout to just find a high demand niche, and to read product reviews and invent a completely new product for that market. For example, in a baby blanket review, customer says 'I wish this would be a pillow'. There you go. Make a pillow that is soft like a baby blanket, and create a listing of baby blanket + pillow.

JungleScout amazon fba product idea baby blanket and pillow

You get the point. Take ideas from customer reviews on products that already sell very well.

How accurate are JungleScout product sales estimates?

To check this, I used my own products and compared how many sales JungleScout and other tools show.

Here's how they compare: 

  Accuracy of Sales Estimates Chrome Extension Web App Product Database
JungleScout IconJungleScout  Pretty Accurate.
Amachette iconAmachete  Varies by category and geo.
AMZTracker logo iconAMZTracker Does not do sales Estimates, it does sales Tracking. ✘ - Only via their product Unicorn Smasher
Unicorn Smasher logo iconUnicorn Smasher  Very inaccurate.
AMZShark logo iconAMZShark Does not do sales Estimates, it does sales Tracking.
KIPRT Logo IconKIPRT  Accurate.
Asin Inspector logo iconASINspector  Often underestimates.
AMZScout Logo IconAMZScout  Varies by category and geo.
Seller Labs Scope logo iconScope  Pretty Accurate.
AMZSpace Logo IconAMZ Space Does not do sales Estimates
Cash Cow Pro Logo IconCashCowPro  Inaccurate.

 

  Supported Marketplaces Price
JungleScout IconJungleScout extension - $97 one time fee, web app - from $29 monthly 
Amachette iconAmachete from $40 - monthly
AMZTracker logo iconAMZTracker from $33 - monthly
Unicorn Smasher logo iconUnicorn Smasher extension - $0 (free)
AMZShark logo iconAMZShark $299 - monthly
KIPRT Logo IconKIPRT from $40 - monthly
Asin Inspector logo iconASINspector $97 - first month, then $10 monthly
AMZScout Logo IconAMZScout extension - $40 one time fee, web app - from $10 monthly
Seller Labs Scope logo iconScope extension - $0 (free), web app - from $33 monthly
AMZSpace Logo IconAMZ Space $0 - free for basic plan, $49 monthly for premium
Cash Cow Pro Logo IconCashCowPro $40 - monthly

Free JungleScout Alternatives

There are only 2 free alternatives for JungleScout:

Unicorn Smasher and Scope.

Scope is very accurate and an excellent choice, while Unicorn Smasher is only cute. You can read more detailed comparisons below.

JungleScout vs. Unicorn Smasher

Unicorn Smasher screenshot

Unicorn Smasher Logo IconFirst of all, Unicorn Smasher has the cutest logo! ++ for that. And it's completely free. The catch is they get your email address in exchange. But that's a small price to pay, to have a free tool.

Unicorn Smasher Logo IconAs far as estimating sales goes, this app gets only --. In UK, JungleScout over-estimated my sales by about 2.5 times, while Unicorn Smasher overestimated by 7-12 times! Maybe it's not easy to estimate sales in UK? Well, in USA, JungleScout is fairly accurate with 20%+- difference from real figures. Unicorn Smasher, it almost looks like it takes completely random numbers, some much higher, some much lower than real sales. Overall, very inaccurate. 

Unicorn Smasher Logo IconThe only extra field it has that JungleScout doesn't, is Variations. But they all show '1', even if product has variations, so I guess it does not really work. I am quite disappointed with Unicorn Smasher. 

So my verdict for Unicorn Smasher is not so great. Ok, it's free, but the tool is no good if it's not accurate. 

JungleScout vs. Scope by Seller Labs

They both have a browser extension AND a web app.

How do their browser extensions compare?

  JungleScout Scope
Price

 

$97, $197 - one time fee $0 - free

Accuracy

Pretty Accurate. Pretty Accurate.
Price & Rank History
Marketplaces

Seller Labs Scope screenshot

Seller Labs Scope Logo IconThe sales estimates by Scope were quite good, actually. In general, they tend to under-estimate the sales. Real numbers were only 20-30% higher. Comparing to JungleScout, both apps estimate number of sales very well.

Seller Labs Scope Logo IconThe Chrome Extension is free, which is awesome. If you want extra features, like Product Rank tracking, you can upgrade to a paid app. It will let you then see how the price and rank changed over time. This is for $33 a month. With JungleScout, you would pay $97 one time fee and would have access to any product's rank and price history right away.

Seller Labs Scope Logo IconScope only supports Amazon.com marketplace, while JungleScout supports 9 Amazon marketplaces in different countries.

Overall, if you only need to research products in USA, and want a free option - Scope is an excellent choice. But if you want to check other marketplaces, and have more data like best seller rank history - I would go with JungleScout. 

How do their web apps compare?

I really wanted to test Scope's web app. 

Seller Labs Scope Logo IconBut they have no free trial. And they charge upfront for 1 year, refundable only in the first 7 days. The cheapest yearly payment is $390.

All that without even seeing what it does. Ok, now I am convinced why we MUST have a free trial on AMZPing.

So I will base my evaluation on their screenshots and description of features on their homepage.

Seller Labs Scope Product Discovery Web App Screenshot

Seller Labs Scope Logo IconIt looks like Scope has very limited filtering features, comparing to JungleScout. Only Reviews, Price, Rating and Sales Rank are available. This is quite limiting. My favorite filters on JungleScout are Estimated Sales and Number of Sellers. Then I can find products that are private label and selling well. Scope looses points here.

Seller Labs Scope Logo Icon

What is unique about Scope comparing to JungleScout, is the Keyword generator. Seller Labs are really proud of the keyword features in Scope, and I would say it is the strongest feature they have. They do a Reverse ASIN lookup on your selected product, so you can find what keywords the product is ranking for:
Seller Labs Scope Reverse Asin Lookup Keywords Screenshot

This is a really awesome feature, as you can collect a lot of keywords for your own listing, by just looking at competing products and what they rank for. 

Seller Labs Scope Logo IconScope has a proprietary algorithm to calculate a Score for each keyword, based on sales rank and price history. So you will know which keywords are the best. Here is a great video demo explaining how to use this feature:

 

Ook. I guess after such a cool feature like this reverse asin lookup and score on each keyword, I will forgive them the 'no free trial and please pay $390 upfront, and we will not refund after 7 days'. I will forgive. Kinda.

Overall, Scope's web app and JungleScout's web app offer different sets of features, so it is hard to compare them side by side. Scope focuses on keyword research, while JungleScout is all about finding the most profitable products to sell. They are both equally awesome tools. 

JungleScout vs. Amachete

Both Amachete and JungleScout have a browser extension and a web app, but Amachete does not charge for the extension separately. It is all just one monthly charge for access to both.

Amachete Amazon Tool Browser Extension Screenshot

Amachete Amazon Tool IconAmachete does great sales estimations in some categories, and not so great in others. Amazon UK sales get highly overestimated, but even JungleScout and other tools overestimate in UK. (What's wrong with UK?) Overall, it's pretty decent estimator. 

Amachete Amazon Tool IconThey support Amazon Japan, while JungleScout and most other tools don't. 

Amachete Amazon Tool IconI wish they would also show number of sellers for each listing, which they don't. This is a very important number for me, when I am analyzing products. I always try to find private label products, where single seller is making good money. 

Overall, JungleScout will show you more details, with filtering options and sort. Amachete is fairly basic, but the value of their subscription comes from other tools that are included with the web app. 

Now, the web app.

It will not woo you with beauty, but it's functional and will do the job of basic product search:

Amachete Amazon Product Browser Screenshot

Amachete Amazon Product Search Screenshot

Amachete Amazon Tool IconThe good thing is, you get many things in one package for one price with Amachete - product scout, auto-emailing tool, hijacker watch and keyword tracking.

Amachete Amazon Tool IconThe bad thing is, most of them seem to be still in beta, and only perform very basic functions. Comparing to JungleScout, it has very limited features.

In the end, you should try Amachete if you want to research Amazon Japan, or want to have multiple tools with one subscription. Otherwise, use JungleScout.

JungleScout vs. AMZTracker

AMZTracker offers a free browser extension, called Unicorn Smasher. I already reviewed it above. You will see that I did not like it at all, as it's not accurate.

AMZTracker Track Your Rankings Screenshot

AMZTracker IconTheir web app does not help you find a product to sell, like JungleScout does. But it does help you track ASINs that you enter, from any marketplace. AMZTracker can also track keyword rankings for each product, and it will show you how it changed over time. 

AMZTracker IconTheir Deepwords tool is supposed to support Japan, China, Brazil etc - but it does not look like it does. Otherwise, the tool can be useful for keyword research, and this is not something that JungleScout does.AMZTracker Amazon Japan China Brazil keyword Research Screenshot

JungleScout was created to search for new products to sell. It also tracks how potential products are changing in rank over time, which is useful when watching for seasonalities and demand. I think AMZTracker is more suitable for tracking your own products - how their BSR changes, what positions you hold for certain keywords. You could also use AMZTracker to track your competitors. AMZTracker will NOT help you research a new product or get product ideas - it's built for a different purpose than JungleScout.

Why did I even add AMZTracker to my list here, if it's nothing like JungleScout. Um.. I think I saw on Google Keyword Tool that people are searching for 'JungleScout vs AMZTracker'. If you're one of them - hi! This was all for you my friend.

Next.

JungleScout vs. AMZShark

First of all.

Their price is CRAAAZY. $299 a month. For keyword research, product rank tracker and hijack/review notifications. I surely would not pay that much, even if I would be a millionaire seller. It's just not enough value to justify such high price. Maybe they give out coupons? AMZShark used to cost $100 a month, maybe that's the real price you get if you come from an affiliate link. Who knows.

AMZShark Amazon Product Search Screenshot

AMZShark IconTheir Product Search tool compares to JungleScout Product Database. It's nice looking and functions well. It's also Free to use, but it shows limited number of search results until you sign up - click here to see the free version.

AMZShark IconProduct Search tool only supports Amazon.com. It also does not allow filtering by keyword. And it does not allow filtering by number of sellers, which is the most important feature for me. So comparing to JungleScout, it's not so good.

I will now compare AMZShark's Sales Tracker and JungleScout's Product Tracker. 

Here's how they look:

JungleScout Product Tracker Screenshot

AMZShark Sales Tracker Screenshot

AMZShark Icon

Sales Tracker supports Amazon Japan and Amazon China, while JungleScout's Product Tracker does not.

AMZShark IconAMZShark uses 999 method for tracking the actual product sales. This is very useful, as you can see how many units your competitors are selling. Comparing to JungleScout, it's pretty similar. 

What is 999 method?

If you didn't know, 999 method shows you the REAL sales of the product. What they do is they add the product to shopping cart, enter quantity to buy 999, and Amazon gives an error saying:

Amazon 999 method

The next day, if it says 'This seller has only 1 of these available', then you know that he sold 2 units. That's how 999 method works.

Tip: You can prevent others from being able to track your sales using this method, by limiting how many units each customer can buy. If you limit it to 27 for example, Amazon will just give this if you enter 999:

Amazon 999 method protect your listing from being tracked screenshot

The apps are not able to track if you have more than 1000 units as well, because the maximum number of items you can add to Amazon shopping cart are 999. When you enter 999 in quantity field, it will just add 999 units to your cart. Careful not to buy them all hehe.

Back to business.

Here comes AMZShark with its Niche Scout, followed by JungleScout with its Niiiiche Hunterrr.

Visuals compare like this:

JungleScout Niche Hunter Screenshot

AMZShark Niche Scout Screenshot

AMZShark Icon

AMZShark does not have nice filters like JungleScout, where you can define any criteria you like, to find a good product niche. They only allow search by keyword. Very limiting.

AMZShark Icon

I like their Shark Score, which they assign to each niche. They say: "Shark Score is a measure of competitiveness. We take different attributes and feed it into a model we have tuned which, we believe, gives an accurate representation of the niche. The score is out of 100 and the higher the score, the more competitive we found that niche to be." So it looks like my baby blanket niche is not so good:

AMZShark Niche Scout Shark Score Screenshot

AMZShark Icon

AMZShark feels unfinished. Junglescout is much cuter to look at, has tips, Google Trends, Opportunity Score. It's just more pleasant to use, than AMZShark. 

Overall, I would definitely go with JungleScout over AMZShark. JungleScout is priced much lower, and value is 10 times more.

JungleScout vs. KIPRT

KIPRT stands for Keyword Inspector's Product Research Tool.

This tool compares to JungleScout's Product Database.

KIPRT Icon

KIPRT has been released for a while now, but it still looks like it's in beta. I like elegant software tools, and KIPRT is just.. meh.

KIPRT Product Search Screenshot

KIPRT IconThere are many great filtering options in KIPRT. Number of sellers - I love this one. Negative keywords - great. Comparing to JungleScout, it has all their features plus some extras, like filtering for how many keywords the listing shows up on page one.

KIPRT IconKIPRT is suuuuper slow. After you click 'Search Products', it just keeps working on it forever.. I used a timer to see how long I had to wait:

KIPRT timer slow product search

This is like a century in internet terms. 

My search results looked like this:

KIPRT search results screenshot

Waaah, that's a LOT of info.

Ok, let me try and focus.. to decipher what it all means...

(5 mins later)

Nah.. I'm too lazy for this. Maybe I'll watch a tutorial on Youtube. 

 

Lol, presenter had to pause the recording to wait for search to be complete. He also said it just breaks sometimes..

Other than that, the details displayed are pretty cool:

KIPRT IconEach listing has a graph of how many reviews are being added every day. Very nice info to have. JungleScout does not have this.

KIPRT IconFor each listing, it shows sales per day monthly graph. I like to see if sales are growing, steady or declining, when researching products.

KIPRT IconKIPRT shows how many reverse ASIN keywords each listing has. So if you decide to order a list of keywords that your competitor is ranking for, you would know how many you will get. Keyword Inspector company is most famous for its Reverse Asin search. But it will soon be outcompeted by Scope, I think.

KIPRT Icon

I like that they show date for each listing, indicating when the listing was first found. Nice to see how old the listing is, when evaluating potential products. JungleScout does not show this.

KIPRT IconKIPRT's price comparing to JungleScout is too high. KIPRT does only one thing for $40-$80 a month, while JungleScout has Product Tracker, Product Database and Niche Hunter - all for $30-$50 a month.

To sum up, JungleScout and KIPRT are like Beauty and the Beast. KIPRT is ugly and slow, but extremely powerful and detailed. It's a little pricey ($40-$80 a month), but provides a lot of additional data comparing to JungleScout. 

JungleScout vs. ASINspector

ASINspector is a Chrome Extension, and it compares to JungleScout's Chrome Extension. It doesn't have a web app.

This is my favorite tool.

Here's how it looks:

Asinspector Asin Inspector Chrome Extension Screenshot

Asin Inspector IconASINspector underestimated sales for a lot of products that I was testing. In USA, it was close to real numbers 40% of the time. The rest of the time, it vastly underestimated. One of my products had 210 sales a month, and Asinspector was showing 4 sales a month. 

Asin Inspector IconMany tools that I test, overestimate UK - and ASINspector is no exception. I had 130 sales of one product, and ASINspector was showing 1135 monthly sales. To be fair, JungleScout overestimates my UK sales as well.

Asin Inspector IconASINspector has a LOT of columns that you can choose to enable, much more than JungleScout does. Some interesting ones include Cost break-even, Similar Product ASIN, Actual Inventory (using 999 method), Price of product on eBay. 

Asin Inspector Icon

It has an awesome feature for wholesalers, to estimate the value of a buy lot. You give it a list of your lot contents in a simple list of UPCs. Then ASINspector goes to find how many of them are for sale on Amazon, what are the estimated fees, and what will be the estimated profit. I am not a wholesaler, but this feature sounds pretty damn good if you are - it will save you many hours of work.

Asin Inspector IconI love the 'Open in Store ...' button. It can find selected listing on Alibaba, AliExpress, eBay, Walmart etc:

Asinspector Open in Store Screenshot

Asin Inspector IconJust like JungleScout, ASINspector has a profit calculator, where you can put in your cost to see how much profit you would make after Amazon Fees. It will not account for all costs like storage fees, ppc, subscription fees - like AMZPing does - but you will have a pretty good idea if the product has potential:

Asinspector Net Payout Calculator Screenshot

Asin Inspector IconHere comes the awesomest feature - for any listing, you can click this button:

Asinspector Asin Inspector Get Product Keywords Screenshot

And it will give you a list of keywords this product is ranking for, with the position # in search rankings. This is my favorite feature. It's the best place to get keyword ideas for your own products. You can research what keywords are driving all the traffic to a product, and then see if you can invent some new product to sell, targeting those keywords:

Asinspector Asin Inspector keyword search results screenshot

Asin Inspector IconASINspector shows you google trends for your keyword, without you having to leave the app. JungleScout also does this, but only in their web app's Niche Hunter. 

Asinspector Google Trends Screenshot

Pleeenty of nice features..

ok, one more neat one for you.

Asin Inspector IconThere is a sweet little 'Brainstorm and discover' button there:

Asinspector Brainstorm Discover Screenshot

It opens up and shows you some random keywords with the number of matching products.

It's a great way to come up with ideas what products to sell. You keep refreshing until something of interest comes up - and then voila - go and research if it will be worth your time making it a private label product.

Asinspector Random Keywords Screenshot

To summarize, ASINspector is waaay better than JungleScout, in my opinion. It has a load of features to help you come up with a new product idea, many of which JungleScout does not have. So many sellers are using JungleScout, so if you use this tool instead, you will have a competitive advantage. And the price is basically the same.

JungleScout vs. AMZScout

They both have a browser extension AND a web app.

First, 

I will compare their browser extensions:

  JungleScout AMZScout
Price

 

$97, $197 - one time fee $40, $50 - one time fee

Accuracy

Pretty Accurate. Varies by category and geo.
Price & Rank History ✔ In the Basic version $97 ✔ In the Pro version $50
Marketplaces

AMZScout Chrome Browser Extension Screenshot

AMZScout Logo IconIn USA, AMZScout surprised me with their very accurate sales estimates. Some categories were not so good, but in general AMZScout was only off by a 20%. JungleScout has about the same accuracy.

AMZScout Logo IconIn UK, AMZScout did not provide a sales estimate at all, for many of my items, and was quite off on those that it did. So all my applause for being accurate goes down the drain.

AMZScout Logo IconThe only thing it has extra that JungleScout doesn't, is the number of variations. Unlike Unicorn Smasher, it counts and displays the variations correctly.

AMZScout Logo IconI was not able to test the Pro extension, as their free trial version was broken. It would ask me to log in with Google, and then get stuck forever.. Plus, grammar mistakes on a 'Pro' product are not cool:

AMZScout pro Error

AMZScout Logo IconAnd somehow I did not believe this:

AMZScout 30000 sellers screenshot

Overall, AMZScout gives a feeling of an amateur unfinished product. But with potential. I liked the accuracy of their sales estimates in some categories. The only benefit you will get choosing them over JungleScout, is saving $50. It's up to you. But I would say, don't. Just use JungleScout - it's a more reliable and more trusted service. 

Next, 

I was planning to compare their web apps.

AMZScout Logo IconBut I just reeeeally don't feel like. AMZScout team had no creativity at all. They looked at JungleScout and basically copied every feature from them. Even the columns are in the same order, and filters have the same names.. And the super power of JungleScout, which is LQS (Listing Quality Score), was even named the same. Only the proprietary formula was impossible to copy of course, so their LQS are in general much higher than JungleScout's. Even the name of the app is copy-pasted.

Here's a game for you. Find 20 differences:

JungleScout Web App Screenshot

AMZScout Web App Screenshot

The one-to-one copying is unethical. Come on, guys. Not nice.

To sum up, if you feel like you don't care if they copied anything or not, and all that matters is price, then go ahead with AMZScout. Otherwise, stick with JungleScout.

JungleScout vs. AMZ Space

This tool compares to JungleScout's Product Database only.

Here's how it looks:

AMZspace Product Scout Screenshot

AMZSpace Logo IconSoo super basic. No useful filters.. If I want to find a good product to sell, I can input 'max 50 reviews' to see less established products. But that's as good as it gets. Pretty sad situation here. 

AMZSpace Logo IconAMZ.Space aims to be an all-in-one suite, but in my opinion this is not the best strategy for them. By doing everything with assumingly limited resources, they don't have any features that are more than basic. So no value for my money. umm, the basic plan is free. But even then - no value.

Comparing to JungleScout, AMZ.Space is .. well, I can't even compare. It's not worth your time.

JungleScout vs. CashCowPro

CashCowPro has both Chrome Extension and the web app.

I will show you the Chrome Extension first:

CashCowPro Chrome Extension Screenshot

CashCowPro Logo IconTheir 'Great Market' feature seems like a very good idea in theory, but when I tried to use it, it just somehow did not work well. Defining the 'Great Market' looks like this:

CashCowPro Great Market Chrome Extension Screenshot

Unfortunately, you cannot leave any field empty. So I have to know in USD how much sales revenue my dream product would make. Hmm, no idea. I only maybe know the number of units I'd like to sell. Let's say over 100 a month. And I also know I don't want to deal with products that have too many reviews - so I would put in Max Reviews to be 150 maybe. But I am forced to put in weight, aah. No idea either. Ok, I will just use a wide range. But how will they work together? Eeek, too much math to work with here. Feature goes down the drain. 

CashCowPro Logo Icon

You cannot filter the list of products, like in JungleScout. You cannot delete products from the list either. It only has very basic info.

CashCowPro Logo Icon

CashCowPro's sales estimates were quite off. They love to use number 3, lol:

CashCowPro Sales Estimates Accuracy Screenshot

CashCowPro has a web app as well, and it's comparable to JungleScout's Product Database.

Here's how it looks:

CashCowPro Product Selection Screenshot

CashCowPro Logo IconThere is an option to search by keyword and number of sellers, which is my favorite way to search. There are all most important filters there.

CashCowPro Logo IconOne great feature they have is ROI Analysis. It's awesome to see how much money it will cost me to add a new product to my Amazon store and on what date I will recover my costs. Take a look:

CashCowPro ROI Analysis Screenshot

Pretty cool, I think. (as Manny Coats likes to say)

Overall, JungleScout is way better than CashCowPro, if you're looking only at product research features. But CashCowPro has many other tools in one price package, so you may want to look over what else they have, before you decide which one to use. They are quite popular and people love them.

Summary of my Judgements

  My Score
JungleScout IconJungleScout  Awesome. 
Amachette iconAmachete  Has Japan.
AMZTracker logo iconAMZTracker - Does nothing like JungleScout.
Unicorn Smasher logo iconUnicorn Smasher  Wildly Inaccurate.
AMZShark logo iconAMZShark  Overpriced.
KIPRT Logo IconKIPRT  The Beast.
Asin Inspector logo iconASINspector  Better than JungleScout.
AMZScout Logo IconAMZScout  Copy Cats.
Seller Labs Scope logo iconScope  Excellent.
AMZSpace Logo IconAMZ Space  Too basic.
Cash Cow Pro Logo IconCashCowPro  Meh.

So my conclusion is this.

JungleScout has a few strong rivals, like ASINspector and Scope, but in the end, nothing can replace it. They have the largest user base, so they can afford frequent software updates with new features, which is awesome. 

Check out their latest new feature, the Opportunity Score. I looove this one. ❤❤❤

For example, I search for 'baby blanket' on Amazon. And then I run JungleScout on that page.

I get this:

JungleScout Opportunity Score

JungleScout does all the hard work for you with the Opportunity Score. It tells you if the niche (by your keyword) is good or bad, so you don’t have to analyze and think about it. All those numbers are tiring to analize manually, especially if exploring many different keywords one by one.

You see from screenshot above, that my chosen niche 'baby blanket' has very high competition, and a score of 4 - so in general, niche is overcrowded. But it also has very high demand, which tells me that I could niche down on it.

I will try to look for subniches.

Let me try.. 'elephant baby blanket'. 

I get:

JungleScout Opportunity Score

Aha! Medium demand, and competition is Low. Perfect.

This would be a very nice product to private label, and I would then go research more on that.

Soo, my verdict is..

Just get JungleScout. Don't look for alternatives. Even better, get the awesome pro version with the new Opportunity Score. 

Why? Because. It’s the best. And if you don't, your competitors will.

p.s. Careful What you Wish For

The most popular approach to JungleScout and product research is to find products that sell a LOT, and copy those.

But in my experience, these products are already so saturated, that you will likely sell only a few.

So look for high demand niche and invent products that don't exist on Amazon yet. Use JungleScout wisely.

Is it enough to launch only one product? Most coaches online, who teach Amazon FBA, will tell you to focus on one product, and hope to sell at least 10 units a day. It's not so easy to find products that sell well and have little competition. It's much easier to have many products selling 1-2 units a day. 

By having many different products, you will spread out your risk and have less stress overall - it's the best way to make money on Amazon.

JungleScout will be your best friend in helping you find multiple products with high demand.

Now go start your research and make some money. Good Luck!

Paulina
Paulina

I am the founder of Shopkeeper and an Amazon seller myself. When I started selling on nine different Amazon marketplaces, including Amazon Japan, I realized there were no software tools on the market which would sum up my sales from all countries. I also did not like the cluttered, spreadsheet look of most apps. So Shopkeeper was born. My articles are primarily about software tools for Amazon sellers and case studies where I explore all things Amazon.