ASIN segmentation pie chart illustrates the sales rate data for all your ASINs over the last seven days, thirty days, and for the current day. This is a useful chart to interpret the performance of ASINs and to give informed business decisions as this chart shows you from which ASINs are important part of your revenue.
The segments are explained below.
Top Selling ASINs:
These ASINs are the most selling ones and are the most important ASINs for your business. 20% of your sales comes from these ASINs.
Medium Selling ASINs:
These ASINs are the medium seelling ASINs. 20% of your sales comes from these ASINs.
Low Selling ASINs:
These ASINs are the low seelling ASINs. 20% of your sales comes from these ASINs.
These ASINs are the ones that are not included in the previous three segments. 40% of your sales comes from these ASINs.
When you hover over a slice of the chart, a pop-up list with the information of sales from the chosen ASINs will appear. On this list, ‘Total Sales’ and ‘Total Quantity’ and the number of the selling ASINs as ‘# of Selling ASINs’ are displayed. Please see Figure 1 below.
When you click on a slice of a pie chart, the related ASINs are listed down below with detailed information which respectively is ‘ASIN’, ‘Product Name’, ‘Quantity’, ‘Sales’, ‘Average Selling Price’, and ‘SKU Refund Rate’ in the last 90 days. Please see Figure 2 below.
If the ASINs are large in number, you can search for a specific one with the search bar on the upper right side. Please see arrow 1 in Figure 2 above.
If you want to check ‘Pricing Actions and Analytics’ for a specific ASIN, go and click on the related ASIN. ‘Pricing Actions and Analytics’ of the chosen ASIN will appear.