In order to get a customized BI dashboard by Adyogi, certain accesses need to be provided to us. Besides this, we also need your catalog in a specific format. This document lists all the steps that need to be followed in the process.
Steps to share access
Amazon Ad Account Access:
Step 1: Sign in to your Amazon ad account and click on the settings icon.
Step 2: Click on Access and Settings and select ‘Invite User’.
Step 3: Enter user details:
Select editor access.
Step 4: Once you have entered all the details, click on the invite user button at the top right corner.
Seller Central Account Access:
Step 1. Login to https://sellercentral.amazon.com
Step 2. Click on settings—user permissions-- add a new user name & email. (firstname.lastname@example.org) Step 3. Click on invite.
Step 4. We will accept the invitation via email and access the Seller central account.
Step 5. Click on user permission--manage permissions. Share ‘View & Edit’ rights to Advertising, Inventory, Reports & Performance sections. For the remaining sections, ‘View’ rights are sufficient.
Vendor Central Account:
Step 1. Login to https://vendorcentral.amazon.com/
Step 2. Go to Settings—manage permissions—add another person's name & email. (email@example.com) Step 3. Under Role and permissions, select ‘Admin’.
Step 4. Click on send invitation.
Step 5. We will accept the invitation via email and access vendor central account.
In order to fetch the catalog information, we need below-mentioned fields in the given order
1. Brand- This column will include the brand name.
2. ASIN- This column should consist of the child ASIN or the actual ASIN that can be advertised on Amazon 3. SKU Code- This is a unique identification number for the product
4. Parent SKU- For products that have multiple variants available, it is important to provide parent ASIN so that it can be grouped and seen as a single style.
5. Category- This column should consist of a defined category under which the ASIN falls. It should neither be too vague nor too granular. For example, for a red shirt ASIN, the category column should not have the category listed as topwear or red shirt. An ideal entry here could be a shirt.
6. Gender (Optional)
7. Size (Optional)
8. Colour (Optional)
9. Tag 1 (Optional)- These additional tags can be used to provide additional information about the product such as MRP, old/new stock, discount rate, etc.
10. Tag 2 (Optional)
11. Tag 3 (Optional)