Listed on the page below are some of my favorite tools. Most of them I actively use. Some have been recommended to me by guests on my show.
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HubSpot: This is my favorite CRM and when it comes to keeping track of the products we are trying to source, as well as our day-to-day communications with suppliers. It is also the backbone of the product sourcing system that allowed my company to go from $0 to over $100K/mo in our first 5 months.
Zapier: This is an amazing resource that allows me to easily connect one app to another without writing any code. In our Amazon business, we use Zapier to import product data from a Google Sheet into HubSpot.
Snovio: Quickly locate supplier emails for outreach.
Gmass Chrome Extension: Very useful for sending out emails in bulk.
Price Checker 2: This software is absolutely key to our “mass production” product sourcing system that I explained in episode #213. With Price Checker 2, we can easily extract the entire product list from another seller into a Google Sheet…which we then use Zapier to import into HubSpot.
JungleScout Chrome Extension: This Chrome extension is critical to our sourcing. It allows you to see a lot of information (sales revenue etc) for products you’re browsing on Amazon.
Viral-Launch: Provides another means of sourcing. This tool allows you to search for products and brands via a large number of filters.
Infusionsoft: For years I used Infusionsoft for my marketing automation tool and love it. I have tried a few other apps from time to time and so far, none has offered me a better all-around solution.
Sellics: This is the swiss army knife of Amazon seller tools. If you are looking for a way to track profitability, track PPC campaign performance, research keywords, track keyword ranking, receive alerts for negative product feedback, and a lot more, Sellics is excellent.
Seller Legend: This helps us track profitability, manage inventory and plan reorders, and more.
How Many: This is a wonderful Chrome extension that allows you to see how much inventory each of your competitors has, with just a single click.
RevSeller: I absolutely love this Chrome extension because it allows me to very easily determine the profit margin and FBA fees for a product from right on the product listing page.
ChannelMax: This is the tool that we use to automate our re-pricing. If you have a lot of products, you are going to need to use re-pricing software to stay competitive and after testing several, this is our pick.
Zon Master: This is the tool that we use to ask buyers to leave seller and product reviews.
Teikametrics: This is our preferred tool for managing and optimizing Amazon PPC campaigns. It is highly automated and saves a ton of time over other tools we have used.
PPC Scope: This is the less expensive PPC campaign tool that we used to use before using Teikametrics for managing and optimizing Amazon PPC campaigns. It may still be appropriate for you if you can’t afford the Teikametrics price tag.
SellerLabs Scope: Scope by Seller Labs is a tool that we use for keyword research and keyword tracking.
Zentail: This is the tool we use to allow us to easily sell on Walmart.com, Jet.com, and eBay.
HR and Operational Tools
Flowster: This software provides us with an automated way to run our Standard Operating Procedures. You can think of Flowster as a recipe book and SOPs as individual recipes. (Disclaimer: Trent Dyrsmid is a founding member of Flowster.)
HubStaff: This affordable time tracking software is what we use to manage our VAs’ time. The paid version includes things like keyboard and mouse tracking, screenshots, and payroll. Tons of integrations with Basecamp, Teamwork, Trello, etc. 10% off a paid plan with this link.
Xero: This is our accounting application and what we use to create purchase orders.