can you see how many people has watch your listing in amazon
No. This is not eBay.
There is actually no such thing as a watch list on Amazon for physical products. There is a wish list, but you can’t see how many people have your product in their wish list.
(There is a watchlist for Amazon Instant Video.)
How does one “Watch” a Listing on Amazon, outside of adding something to their “Wish List”?
You can see daily page views of all your items if you have a professional account. Go to Business Reports, Sales and Traffic report, and then make sure the Page Views column is showing.
A Page View is the number of different people who looked at least once at your items that day. For example, 22,000 page views would mean that 22,000 +different+ people looked at your items. I do not think you can see how how many page views one particular item got, but I could be wrong I don’t use that report very much.
Nandj-if you have professional account,you can view reports and see the traffic etc on your items and also see what was your %age winning etc.Pretty cool feature if you are serious to analyse.
As a nonprofessional seller, I am unaware of such a feature. It would be interesting to have a counter of some kind, though, that could be added to your inventory list, don’t you think?
as a buyer…
there really is a watch list.
it is not called that though.
I watch the prices go up and down sometimes for weeks before I buy an item.
it is called adding it to your cart.
I watch over 200 items a day that way…
and when the price drops because of a tech snafu or a price war…
I am on it.