On this episode, I interview Greg Mercer, the founder of Jungle Scout, which is a data analytics tool used to reverse engineer Amazon businesses.
100 Fortune 500 companies use JungleScout and it has created 100s if not thousands of thriving Amazon businesses
I have a copy of JungleScout my self on my Chrome browser
It is a super interesting interview because you can now use the tool to reverse engineer supply chains – you don’t want to miss this one!
Here are six things I personally learnt from Greg on this interview:
Check out JungleScout here: http://bit.ly/2G315SL
4:50 Greg Mercer intro
9:56 Amazon 2015 and now
14:50 Jungle Scout’s 2 new key products
16:35 Supplier database
23:43 Rules should people be aware of when selling products on Amazon
28:11 Ranking criteria in 2019 on Amazon
33:53 How can retailers use data to improve their business
Work on the recruitment pipelines
Zoom, Slack and Airtable
Amazon changed some of their rules – hard hit at the time
Be data-driven on decisions, products and go by the numbers and not by gut-feeling.
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