Once you reach certain amount of revenue, it’s time to step up your game. Do you know why your competitors seem to always beat you to the buy box?, why they seem to adjust their prices not even a second after you’ve adjusted yours?, experience has taught them that having a repricing software is critical to success on Amazon or any other third party marketplace.
When do you need an Amazon repricer?
Imagine this real-life situation: you have an item for sale and want to make sure your price is competitive, you go and spy on your competitors, if necessary you then go back to your own product and adjust the price up or down accordingly, easy isn’t it?
But what if you had hundreds or even thousands of products, how much of your precious time would you have to invest multiple times a day to stay competitive?
The reality is that a repricer is a must-have if you want to scale your business, the sooner you accept this the better, don’t cheap out on this, there are many other areas of your business where you can save money.
Get an Amazon repricer like Aura or Appeagle(now informed.io) as soon as your business can support it, I’d say a profit of two thousand a month is a good starting point to get a subscription to a decent repricer that will keep you competitive and save you a ton of time that can be invested in growing your revenues.
What to look for in a repricer?
- Easy to import product cost.
- Able to connect to your Amazon account to extract all your products automatically.
- Pre-configured with various repricing rules that you can pick from but also flexible enough to allow you to build your own repricing strategies once you get more advanced.
- Fast execution, a repricer must work every single time, period. No bugs, no issues, no calling customer service because their software stopped adjusting your prices, if you experience any of this is time to get a professional Amazon repricer.
Want the best amazon repricer?
I’ve been selling on Amazon for years now and I can tell you that I’ve had to try many of the repricers in the market to be able to find the one that works best for my business (I mostly do wholesale). See below the detailed review on the ones I’ve used.