New to ShelfTrend? 3 Simple Steps
ShelfTrend offers easy to use, predefined reports that give immediate insight from the eBay data whilst offering easy to use tools to refine and deep dive further. Start your ShelfTrend experience with just 3 simple steps:
Define your report criteria.
Select from 4 types of reports:
the Top 500 Live Listings Report,
the Recent Sales Report,
the New Listings Report, and
the Supply Demand Report.
Work through the data on the Report data pages.
Step 1: Define your report criteria
Build any combination of criteria for running a report.
Use keywords, seller id and/or Browse by Category. Try different keywords. Start with specific keywords, like “Yellow Crystal iPhone Cover”, check the data results and then add or remove keywords as required.
Select from a drop down of more than 20 eBay global marketplaces from Australia through to United States to the United Kingdom.
When searching a seller - be sure to select the eBay country they sell in.
Condition allows sellers who trade specifically in refurbished or second hand goods to focus their data directly on that type of inventory.
Step 2: Select from 4 reports
1 The Top 500 Live Listings Report
A live market report for the top 500 Best Match listings for any keyword or category. This report is great for insight into how eBay is merchandising products at what price points to buyers right now. Assess seller and brand dominance of search results. Spot trending product features as ranked by Best Match.
2 The Recent Sales Report
Sales metrics for the last 7 days, 30 days and Month to Date for the top 100 listings for a given search. Use this report to assess product, listing, competitor and brand performance. Include a Seller ID when creating your report to understand your competitors more thoroughly.
3 The New Listings Report
A market summary of new or re-listed listings up to the last 7 days. This report offers insight into the new products and brands coming onto the marketplace and early warning of a flood of new inventory that could threaten your price point and sales. Run the report for your competitor to assess their latest inventory investment or uncover their category expansion plans.
4 The Supply Demand Report
An analysis of average weekly sales volume by price using top ranked listings created within the last 18 months. Use this report to spot supply gap opportunities with proven sales, identify listings that are excelling at different price points, and see price points where buyers are actively purchasing.
Step 3: Work through the report data pages
All data reports start with a top level Overview of vital statistics from the data set.
Reports are presented in an easy to use tabular format with 3 distinct Data View Options:
Brand view, and
Move between the different views and interact with the data by clicking on:
the data cells to zoom-in on the data.
the columns to change the data sort.
the left column filters to search and drill down into areas of interest.
Click through to the Chart icon - to see a different perspective. Download the report to csv to be used in excel or other data analytics software.
As you work with the filters, the charts and the summary metrics at the top will adjust to ensure you have the most relevant calculations and summaries.
If you like the report, click the Star icon to save it to your Favourites in Dashboard for quick access. Or, Schedule to run the report automatically on a regular basis for pick up later.