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This free spreadsheet will simplify your review management process.
How do you track Amazon product reviews? If you don’t have a system in place, it can be easy to overlook this important source of information. After all, where else can you find out what your customers love (and don’t love) about your products?
Monitoring customer reviews is a smart strategy for any seller, because reviews can help you predict trends and understand what customers really want.
We've created a free template to help you manage the important details, such as:
Fill out the short form to download this free Amazon product review tracking spreadsheet.
Your Amazon reviews can provide important information about how each of your ASINs is performing over time. This data can inform everything from future product development to your understanding of your product’s lifecycle.
Product reviews can inspire you to create new products, improve your current products or even signal when it’s time to consider no longer stocking an item. In addition to tracking your own Amazon reviews, you might want to keep tabs on competing products. Monitoring your competitors can help you strengthen your own products as well as your Amazon listings.
This free downloadable Excel spreadsheet is designed to help you track your Amazon reviews. Simply log into Seller Central or go to each of your listings to find the information you need to enter into the spreadsheet. It’s a good idea to make this a regular practice. Monitoring your reviews over time can be very beneficial for your business.
If you prefer a less manual process, you might want to consider automated Amazon product review tracking. You can track free ASINs with every FeedbackFive plan level. If you need to track more ASINs than are included with your plan size, you can pay a small monthly fee per ASIN for review tracking. You can also sign up for email or SMS alerts for you (or your team members) for negative reviews, allowing you to take action quickly when you receive a not-so-great rating.