One of the most important numbers to understand when it comes to making smart sourcing decisions is sales rank. The closer the sales rank number is to #1, the faster an item generally sells.
But here’s the problem: Each of the main product categories on Amazon have their own “personality” when it come to sales and sales rank. A book with a sales rank of 500,000 might sell a few times a week, but a toy with the exact same sales rank of 500,000 probably sells only 4 times a year.
Since defining a sales rank as “good” or “bad” can be very different depending on the product category, I’ve come up with an Amazon sales rank chart that makes this task a bit easier. The sales rank chart is now available to you for FREE.
I offer you a sales rank chart for all of the following Amazon platforms:
- Amazon.com (US)
- Amazon.ca (Canada)
- Amazon.co.uk (United Kingdom)
- Amazon.com.mx (Mexico)
- Amazon.com.au (Australia)
The sales rank chart is divided into all of the main product categories on Amazon (and a few main sub-categories). Then each category is calculated into columns that show the top 1%, top 3%, top 5%, and the top 10%.
Some people like to only source in the top 5%, while others like to focus on only the top 3%. Still other sellers will broaden their sourcing parameters to the top 10% if the ROI (return on investment) is high enough. I like to source the top 5% in some categories, the top 3% in other categories, and the top 1% in still another category. I almost never source an item within the top 6-10% range. But everyone has a different business model when it comes to sourcing.
If you click the yellow button above or below, you can have a FREE PDF emailed to you that contains every main Amazon category broken up into the top 1%, 3%, 5%, and top 10%.
When you click on the link above or below, you’ll not only get the sales rank chart, but you’ll also be added to the Full-Time FBA mailing list. At least once a week, I promise to send you the latest strategies, tips, tricks, video trainings, walk-throughs, coupon codes, resource recommendations, and so much more to help you take your Amazon business to the next level! I promise I will only send you blog posts and information to help you get closer to turning part-time hours into a full-time income via Amazon FBA.