Product Finder (Finder) is a product research tool that lets you search and filter products that are Best Sellers on Amazon.
The list is updated daily and contains data on more than 300,000 bestselling products on Amazon. Since BSRs (Best Seller Rankings) change many times daily on Amazon, you may see missing BSR numbers or occasionally two products with the same ranking, but other than these small variations the data is extremely accurate.
Data is gathered back 60 days.
To get started, simply select one or more categories on the left. Data for the selected categories will be shown. You can then start to filter and sort the data by using the column headers.
Note: Finder gathers product info from the Amazon.com marketplace.
Sorting by any particular column is simple -- just click the small up/down triangles in the column header. You can sort on one column at a time only.
The filters can be used on one or on multiple columns simultaneously. The Category, ASIN and Title column filters work on just the characters you type in, as you would expect. The remaining columns have a smart filtering system allowing you to put in value ranges and more.
e.g. =St. Paul will not show items with North St. Paul, West St. Paul and St. Paul Hills,
but will show records with just St. Paul
|>||means||Greater than e.g. >19.75|
|>=||means||Greater than or equal e.g. >=19.75|
|<||means||Smaller than e.g. >=19.75|
|<=||means||Smaller than or equal e.g. <=19.75|
|-||means||From - To (for number columns only) e.g. 19.75 - 39.95|
|!||means||Not e.g. !19.75 will show all items that don't have the value 19.75.
!abc will show all rows that don't contain the characters "abc".
|""||means||Blank (If you want to find the items that have no information in that column, not even 0)|
|!""||means||Not Blank (This shows only the items that have something, even if it is 0.|
|%||matches||Any number of characters. e.g. if you want to find all ASINs that begin with B07 and end with 2, B07%2 will show those records.|
|_||matches||A single character. E.g. if you want to find a SKU that has 3 as the second character in a SKU list, you would use _3%|
Here is where all the Amazon categories are. You can use these to start filtering your product research. To Clear all categories use the Clear Categories button. De-selecting a category removes it from the list.
When categories are selected the grid shows products in that category. You can select multiple categories.
Information is updated every day, so when you run it, the system pulls the most recent data. Wait for it to load and then you can continue filtering.
You can also choose to:
Weight: can be set to ounces or pounds.
Price: do not include the Dollar ($) sign when entering values. Price is in US Dollars.
Once the grid of product info is displayed, you can then filter the columns as desired.
The filters can be used on one or on multiple columns simultaneously.
The "Category", "ASIN" and "Title" column filters work on just the characters you type in, as you would expect.
The remaining columns have a smart filtering system allowing you to put in value ranges and more.
> means: Greater than - e.g. >19.75 will show you any number higher than 19.75 (not including 19.75)
> means: Smaller than - e.g. <19.75 will show you any numbers that are less than 19.75
- means: From - To (for number columns only) - e.g. 19.75 - 39.95