Jungle Scout

Tekpon Score
9.0

Jungle Scout Alternatives

In our opinion, the finest Amazon product research tool available, especially if you’re serious about expanding your FBA business, is Jungle Scout. There’s a reason why it’s compared to other research tools rather than vice versa. However, it isn’t the only tool available, and other Jungle Scout alternatives may be more suited to your needs (even if they are probably not better overall).

If Jungle Scout is too expensive or hard for you, here are some options to consider:

  • Lucky Orange
  • Helium 10
  • Unicorn Smasher
  • Squarespace
  • Wix
  • Profitero
  • Viral Launch
  • Scope
  • TrueCommerce EDI Solutions

Jungle scout vs. Viral Launch

Viral Launch offers a comprehensive marketing solution. When you’re ready to advance, this is the tool you’ll want to employ. Managed services, branding, listing optimization, photography, and product launches are available. In terms of product research, Jungle Scout is unquestionably superior. So, if you’re starting and want to find winning items, Viral Launch isn’t necessary. However, if you want to expand your FBA business, you should check into it.

Scope

Scope is a completely free alternative to Jungle Scout that’s a good place for novices to start. I wouldn’t recommend it if you want to get serious about finding winning items or making sales, but free is hard to beat. Although it pales compared to Niche Hunter, Jungle Scout’s product database and other features, basic keyword research, and product data are still better than nothing.

Unicorn Smasher

Apart from having the coolest name in the business, Unicorn Smasher is an excellent tool for speeding up your Amazon product research and uncovering hidden, high-value items (unicorns!). So, they claim…Unicorn Smasher is a fully free application with sales projections, export tools, in-browser analysis, and revenue estimation.

When compared to paid choices, it’s not much. It also has quite accurate sales forecasts based on previous experience. Again, why not use a free tool to get your feet wet and experience? Just don’t hold your breath for much.