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Click below on the Amazon sales rank chart you want to download. Print it out or save it to your computer. We currently offer a sales rank chart for Amazon.com, Amazon.ca (Canada), Amazon.co.uk (United Kingdom), Amazon.com.au (Australia), and Amazon.com.mx (Mexico).
Amazon.com Sales Rank Chart (updated 1/1/21)
Amazon.ca (Canada) Sales Rank Chart (updated 1/1/21)
Amazon.co.uk (United Kingdom) Sales Rank Chart (updated 1/1/21)
Amazon.com.mx (Mexico) Sales Rank Chart (updated 1/1/21)
Amazon.com.au (Australia) Sales Rank Chart (most recent update available is 6/1/20)
How to use the Amazon category sales rank chart
Download and print out the sales rank chart from the link above. Look at how the chart is organized. On the left side of the chart is a list of the main Amazon categories. The rest of the chart breaks down the number of items in each category, as well as the sales rank numbers that fall into the top 1%, 2%, 3%, 5%, and 10% of each category.
The lower the sales rank number, the more sales on Amazon the item generally receives. Also, the lower that sales rank number, the faster the item is usually selling. Items with faster sales and more sales are where Amazon sellers find the best profit opportunities.
Items that have an average sales rank in the top 1% in their respective category usually sell the fastest. Items in the top 2% also sell quickly, but not at the velocity that the top 1% sells at. Items that average in the top 5% are occasional sellers, so you want to be sure you are priced the lowest and that there are not too many competitors selling that item with you. Items only in the top 10% are very slow sellers and I would almost never buy an item when it has a sales rank that high.
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