How do you track changes on your ads? Is there a viable application? How can you track if the changes lead to more sales / sessions?
This has been a problem for me for quite some time now. I am using a regular Excel spreadsheet to track list changes manually for now, which is unachievable and time consuming as you know if you do the same.
I was looking for different seller apps, but couldn't find anything substantial. All different apps, follow specific things like reviews, comments, bindwise apps also track different changes in titles, descriptions and the like. However, they send you these change alerts in an email, which is an unusable format. Also, one very important thing that we would need to track is the "Amazon choice" and its modifications, as well as other badges and active promotions, for which I can't find anything.
Ideally, I would like to be able to export this information to a csv file so that I can import it into Excel.
In the end, the goal is of course to increase / maintain sales. Tracking changes is therefore only the first step. Ideally I would like an app that also correlates list changes with sales changes, trying to find the changes that are most correlated with sales and also to see if the sales changes are statistically significant, or just a normal daily deviation.
Right now, I'm tracking both the changes and the correlation with the sales changes, which is incredibly long and frustrating. The "Amazon choice" badge has a huge influence on our sales, but I only do it manually, which means that I sometimes get a few days late to notice the change.
Also, when I'm trying to see if the change was statistically significant for better or worse, it's hard to see it from the normal graph, so I have to use Excel and plug everything in. At the end of the day, we just don't have the time to do it for all the announcements all the time.
Has any of you tried to do it / solve it? Any suggestions for apps / how you do it?
I'm so frustrated with this that I'm thinking of having an application programmed for it … It won't be cheap though … Does any of you have a similar problem and would like to potentially participate in this effort?
Thank you for all suggestions!