Tackling Amazon Listings Quality Alert

Have you ever seen “Active (with quality alert)” in your active listings? These alerts appear when your listings are missing some information which is vital for your consumers to find your product.

Amazon listings are like catalogue and buyers search for products narrowing down the product specifics/details. If your listing is incorrect or incomplete buyers cannot find them you lose out in sales. It is very common to find missing browse nodes on Amazon listings. This is easily missed which means your product won’t appear when buyers look for your product navigating through categories. It is very important to get the basics right on Amazon listings and looking into “quality alert” is priority task. You can also view Amazon Forum for ongoing discussion on this.

It is very easy to find your listings with quality alert. Simply locate your defected listings from Seller Central account àUnder Inventory > Manage Inventory > Improve Listing Quality

I have few Screenshots below that shows you one the way of downloading this report. The end result is the same, you will get list of products which –

  • don’t have images
  • don’t have description
  • don’t have browse nodes
  • don’t have product specifics like colour, size

Give it a go and please comment below if you find anything!

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Posted on March 11, 2014, in Amazon Strategies, Amazon Training and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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