Thanks for such a great tool! The information pulled from the Amazon page is extremely useful. I can enter our publisher name in the field, and have all 40 of our books displayed in order of sales rank! This is so much better than RankForest or any of the other pay services out there!
Shawn Conners, El Paso Norte Press
Amazingly fast. . . . No more waiting for the sluggish Amazon sales page to load.
Gail La Grouw, electrosmart Blog, Apr. 15, 2009
Simple, easy and completely addictive!
Nettie Hartsock, The Hartsock Agency blog, Jan. 22, 2008
Allows instant lookups of books on most of the important fields. For quick and dirty searches that you don’t want to track, this is the best site. It’s easy to search and it’s very fast.
you because, June 4, 2008
Authors can save time checking multiple aspects of multiple titles. . . . Authors can also evaluate the sales potential of future titles by keeping a close watch on the sales of existing books, saving time preparing book proposals.
Roger C. Parker, Published & Profitable, Jan. 27, 2008
I love your site. I’ve used it for the past year at least and have directed many other authors to it. Makes it real easy to track my titles on Amazon and to research potential publishers.
Authors can obtain their current sales ranking and be back working on their manuscript within seconds. . . . What a great time saver!
Ann Bell, Author Resources and Tips, Aug. 9, 2007
Authors, publishers, and others craving their daily fix of Amazon sales ranks may well overdose on Sales Rank Express.
Authorlink, Aug. 9, 2007
I’m totally over my stats problem . . . but I worry that if you’re an author, you might not be. You might be spending hours a day checking your sales ranking on Amazon. If that’s you, I hope you’ll forgive me sharing this site.
Seth Godin’s Blog, Aug. 7, 2007
Are you an author who checks your book’s Amazon ranking obsessively? Then Sales Rank Express is for you.
Sarah Weinman, GalleyCat, Aug. 6, 2007
[Sales Rank Express] lets authors check their Amazon rankings instantly.
Lyndon Stambler, The New York Times, Aug. 6, 2007
Sales Rank Express is just perfect.
Kristopher Young, Another Sky Press
Sales Rank Express is an amazing tool and I use it on a weekly basis. My favorite trick is to just enter the first seven digits of my ISBN followed by an asterisk (eg 979-3780*) and I immediately get a 100% accurate list all the books I have published. This is very important because it ignores inconsistencies with publisher names. It just works.
Mark Hanusz, Equinox Publishing
It’s a much nicer interface than the Advanced Search on Amazon for doing basic data mining. You can generate lists of results that display pretty much all the relevant information you would need as an Amazon watcher. I’ve gotten into the habit of taking a screen shot of my data every day and saving it as a GIF, so I can go back and look at ranks and stocking over time without having to hand record anything.
Morris Rosenthal, The Publisher’s Obsession, Apr. 6, 2007
I LOVE being able to go to Fix Data from Sales Rank Express. Usually the books I want to “fix” are the ones most recently published, so I can select Sort by Publication Date to see those on the first screen.
Lisa Ripperton, Yesterday’s Classics
This is one of the best tools a publisher and author can get their hands on . . . and it’s free.
Mitchell Levy, CEO, Happy About
It’s quick, easy, and gets the job done. . . . I think Aaron has hit on something vitally important for those of us who focus on Amazon.
Tom Nixon, SmallPress Blog, Dec. 6, 2006
Oh my gosh! Check out this amazing and free tool . . . . You will love this, I promise!
Kim Dushinski, HowtoMarketMyBookBlog, Feb. 16, 2005
Essential tool for any author or publisher.
W. Frederick Zimmerman, Nimble Books Blog, Dec. 15, 2005