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SKU Tags are a relatively recent addition to your MBS, and can be a useful way to create further product groupings.

Under Settings > Product Tags you can create the tags you’ll assign to SKUs.

You can then assign those tags to SKUs under Settings > SKUs.

When you click to edit a SKU you’ll see the Tags field where you can associate tags to SKUs.

You’ll then be able to filter by your Tags anywhere you have the SKU Selector.

The following example is under Customers > Generate Report:

And for Graphs, where you can view graphs for One O These or All Of These once a Tag is selected:

“One Of These” shows results for criteria that match at least one of the specified Tags.

“All Of These” shows results for criteria that match all of the selected Tags.



Here at ManageByStats we’ve been working on our SEO (Search Engine Optimization), in order to appear more often for people on a quest to find seller tools to help them with their Amazon business.

SEO is a moving target, in that the best SEO practices are constantly evolving, and therefore require regular oversight.

One of the experts in the field is Yoast, and this week we thought we’d share a post from them regarding long tail keywords …

Why Focus On Long Tail Keywords?



Amazon has significantly scaled down or relocated promotions of its private label products in recent weeks.

These promotions were exclusively reserved for Amazon’s own private label products and appeared in highly visible areas of the site, like the top of search results or next to the “buy box” of a competitor’s product page …

Amazon Quietly Removes Promotional Spots For Own Products




SellerCon is the event of the year for Amazon sellers. Join thousands of your peers in Las Vegas, Nevada to discover what’s working now on Amazon, what’s changed, and how to build a thriving global brand.

ManageByStats will be in attendance, and we’ve got a very special deal we’re sharing with you here. For more on SellerCon — and to get this special offer — visit the SellerCon site:

SellerCon 2019


IRCE Chicago

IRCE Chicago begins two days after SellerCon, so there’s time to do a little state-hopping and head there from Vegas after SellerCon ends.

Sign up for IRCE here:

IRCE 2019

Promo Code: EXIV838375


Empowery members have access to a network of successful business owners on whose expertise they can rely on to help them over business-related speed bumps. In return, your knowledge and experience add valuable authority to the group.

They’re having a 3-day Inaugural Summit in Seattle this May, the 16th thru the 18th.

Empowery Inaugural Summit

General Admission: MBS20GA

VIP Admission: VIPMBS20

We’ll be sharing more in the coming newsletters. This is a great opportunity to connect with a network of like-minded entrepreneurs, allowing you to both add to and draw from a stable source of knowledge and power.


Ecommerce Launch Summit

This is an online event, and you can register for your free ticket now.

It will feature 13 of the world’s most talented Amazon FBA experts, showing you proven, step-by-step strategies for building and scaling a massively profitable private label business. Over 2 days, they’ll take you through the entire 7 Core Private Label Processes — from picking winning products to building profitable product launches and beyond.

Each session is designed to deliver actionable, “How To” content you can implement right away for powerful results.

Our very own Philip Jepsen, Creator, Founder and CEO of MBS, is in the lineup and will be bringing his knowledge and insight directly to you.

The Summit is coming to a computer screen near you this April 17th and 18th.

Register for the Ecommerce Launch Summit



An Uber passenger tapped the driver on the shoulder to ask him a question.

The driver screamed, lost control of the car, nearly hit a bus, went up on the footpath, and stopped inches from a shop window.

For a second everything went quiet in the cab, then the driver said, “Look man, don’t ever do that again. You scared the daylights out of me!”

The passenger apologized and said, “I didn’t realize that a little tap would scare you so much.”

The driver replied, “Sorry, it’s not really your fault. Today is my first day as an Uber driver – I’ve been driving a hearse for the last 25 years.”



“I never make the same mistake twice. I make it, like, five or six times. You know, just to be sure.”

– Anon

To your success,

Your ManageByStats Team

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