At Sellics we offer two seperate software platforms for Amazon sellers and Amazon vendors. When you sell on Amazon, you are either a third-party (3P) seller selling direct-to-consumer, or a vendor (1P) seller selling directly to Amazon as part of their retail program.
Since we founded Sellics in 2014, we’ve always had one clear goal- to help our customers achieve maximum success on Amazon. To start off 2018 with a bang, we’re excited to announce a few major developments that we’ve had in the works over the past year…
The Sellics Profit Tracker app will allow Amazon sellers to (1) see live their products sold during the day, and (2) view the net profit for all their products.
We’re excited to announce you can now automate PPC bid management in Sellics. Our new PPC Automation feature will allow you to create custom rule sets that automatically change your keyword bids based on the keyword’s performance.
We’re very excited to announce our new Vendor Analytics software is live for Amazon vendors. At Sellics, we made the decision to build an entirely new software for Amazon vendors, as we know brands have different priorities and tracking needs when selling on Amazon.
We’re excited to announce we’ve built a free Keyword Index Checker in Sonar to help sellers test if their products are still being indexed by Amazon. Simply enter your product ASIN + the keywords you want to check, and immediately see if your products are being indexed.
With the new profit calculation integration in Sellics, it is now possible for you to see the real profit generated via your PPC campaigns. We automatically deduct ALL your costs (Amazon fees, FBA fees, Cost of Goods, and shipping costs) from your PPC sales.
With our PPC Analyze feature you can now track all the changes you make to your PPC campaigns, in order to see if your optimization efforts were successful.
We’re excited to announce you can now monitor your Amazon products for hijackers and receive email alerts for when a new hijacker appears on one of your listings.
In your PPC Manager you now see all the customer search terms that appear for each keyword running in your PPC campaign. With the example below, you can see that for the Broad keyword ‘garlic press’, you will be able to view the 345 customer search terms Amazon has matched to that specific keyword.
Transferring customer search terms from PPC auto campaigns to manual campaigns continues to be extremely cumbersome in Seller Central. Our PPC Manager automates this process for you, and enables you to instantly filter a list of keywords based on your optimization needs.