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ManageByStats’ Amazon Advertising Tool Includes Pre-Set Views

Today ManageByStats reported that their Advertising tool, a feature within MBS that provides more features for the management of Amazon Sponsored Ads than Seller Central, has pre-set View options. These Views give users a quick and easy way to see ads info such as Biggest Loss and Largest Gain for their Amazon Sponsored Ads with a single click. ManageByStats is a suite of software for Amazon sellers, with tools for the management and analysis of sales, orders, customers, keywords, reviews and PPC advertising, including additional tools for email campaigns, automated emails, product selection searches and more.

“We offer several pre-set View options for our Advertising tool,” says CEO of ManageByStats, Philip Jepsen. “The Advertising tool is sectioned into Campaigns, Ad Groups, Ads and Keywords. Each section offers relevant View options for the user. Also, users can select and create their own views, with desired columns of info, and save those custom views as well.”

Users are able to select from multiple columns of information to display in each section of the MBS Advertising tool, as well as set date ranges and other custom views, then save those views for later use. The pre-set Views include information for common informational needs when working with Amazon Sponsored Ads.

“For our existing MBS users we offer a free trial of the tool,” says Mister Jepsen. “For Amazon sellers who aren’t yet using ManageByStats, they can trial the entire software suite, including the Ads tool, for two weeks with no credit card required.”

For more info on the Advertising tool in MBS, please contact ManageByStats or visit the company’s website. If interested parties have further questions, ManageByStats may be contacted directly by email.

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Contact ManageByStats:

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

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