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ManageByStats has continued to refine their Amazon product discovery tool, MBS Retriever, recently releasing version 7.1. This latest version incorporates multiple updates to the tool, designed to help Amazon sellers quickly and easily compare products when searching Amazon, using multiple criteria, in order to help narrow and select high-performing products to sell on Amazon. Retriever provides valuable comparative info on products being searched on Amazon. MBS Retriever is available as a standalone tool, and can also be found within the suite of Amazon software tools in ManageByStats.

“Retriever is one of those tools every Amazon seller should have in their toolkit,” says MBS CEO, Philip Jepsen. “Product discovery is one of the more tedious tasks for any Amazon seller, and can take massive amounts of time. Retriever cuts through all of that, giving you an easy method for finding that next hot product to sell.”

The Retriever extension bridges the often large gap between inspiration and finding a winning product when browsing Amazon. The MBS data analysis engine takes the guesswork out of product research by offering calculated monthly sales and revenue volume based on real Amazon sales, taking into account historical sales and historical pricing data. Retriever is free, and can be found in the Chrome Web Store. It runs as an extension in Chrome.

“It’s easy,” says Mister Jepsen. “Anyone using Chrome can download it and use it. It’s free whether you’re using the other tools in ManageByStats, or you’re an Amazon seller who just needs a helpful way to research new products.”

For more info on MBS Retriever, please visit the ManageByStats site or contact the company directly. If interested parties have further questions, ManageByStats may be contacted directly by email.

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For more information about ManageByStats, contact the company here:

ManageByStats
Philip Jepsen, CEO
7274752995
philip@managebystats.com
411 Cleveland Street, Suite 110
Clearwater FL 33755

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