In 2020, Amazon was estimated to have over 9.7 million sellers across the globe with 1.9 million active sellers every month. With so many sellers in the marketplace, you would expect Amazon to have a really easy and thorough method to find or locate any seller on its platform. Well, you’d be wrong.
If you have shopped or sold anything on Amazon and have tried to find a specific seller, you probably had a really hard time finding the seller. For whatever reason, Amazon has made it incredibly difficult to find a seller, even if you know their exact store name. Well, don’t you worry. Here are three proven and easy-to-use ways to find any seller.
Searching by Seller ID
The easiest and fastest method to finding an Amazon seller is through their seller ID. If you know the seller ID of the merchant, simply use this URL: (https://www.amazon.com/sp?_encoding=UTF8&seller=sellerid)
You will be directed to the seller page that display their ratings, reviews, and business information. The only issue with this method is that how do you get the unique seller ID? So if you’re in this situation, you should look to the next method!
The Seller List allows any user to find Top Amazon sellers with their Seller IDs, contact information, product brands, ASINs, marketplace, location, and even reviews and ratings. After clicking the seller link, you should be directed to the seller’s product list, which includes all of the products they are currently selling.
Using Sellgo’s Seller Database
If you know seller/ business/ store name, then Amazon Seller Database software is one of the most powerful seller finder tools on the market. Simply head over to Sellgo.com and input some information about the seller you’re looking for. If you know the seller’s unique Amazon Merchant ID, you can easily copy and paste it into the Seller Database. The tool will populate the seller for you,
The biggest benefit of searching by Seller ID is that it never changes. Even if a seller changes their business or store name, the Seller ID stays the same.
In the case you don’t have the seller’s ID, you can also find the seller using the products they sell. The Seller Database can find all the sellers that sell a product. If you know one of the seller’s products, just input that information into the Seller Database and the tool will display all the sellers selling that product in your marketplace.
One of the coolest features of the Seller Database is locating sellers based on the location of their business. If you’re curious about the sellers in your state, click on the “Location” tab on the Seller Database. Choose a state or U.S. territory (including Guam, Marshall Islands, and more) and a list of sellers within that area will appear. The Seller Database will then show you the hundreds or even thousands of sellers in your state or selected region.
The Seller Database is also an amazing tool for businesses, agencies, and enterprises who work directly with Amazon businesses. If you or your business would like to connect with a network of Amazon sellers in your area, the Seller Database is a great tool! And the best part: you can try the Seller Database for only $1!
Using Sellgo’s Seller Map
The third and final method to find an Amazon seller is through another new tool by Sellgo, the Seller Map. The Seller Map is an awesome new tool that we recently released on Sellgo.com that pinpoints the exact location of every seller in the U.S. Instead of generating a list of sellers, the Seller Map is simply that, a map.
The map is covered in pins, each representing an Amazon seller or business. This is a revolutionary Amazon seller tool that allows anyone to connect with the sellers in their own neighborhoods. Unlike the Seller Database, the Seller Map allows you to zone in on any Country, State, and even U.S. zip code.
When looking at the Seller Map, you’ll see some pins and circles marked with a numerical figure. Each circle and numerical figures represent all the sellers with that specific region. Like any other map, you can zoom in and get specific details on each business’ information including their business name, state, country, brands, and even inventory.
Want to see what Amazon sellers are in your neighborhood? Well, the Seller Map gives you all that power and data a couple of clicks away.
Pinpointing Your Amazon Seller Search
Whether you’re a shopper looking for a seller, or a business trying to connect with Amazon businesses, these 3 proven methods are great tools to find what you’re looking for.