A product detail page is where a customer discovers a unique product sold on Amazon. It can include one or more offers from sellers or from Amazon.
This page is a shared space that displays attributes that are common to all offers for the product, such as the following:
Some categories have additional product detail attributes. For example in Electronics, cameras have attributes such as optical zoom and max resolution that wouldn't be required for other product categories.
You and other sellers can list an offer on a product detail page. You create and control your own offer for a product, including price, shipping options, condition, and other attributes. If a product doesn't exist on Amazon, you can create an offer for it and Amazon will create a new product detail page. Amazon chooses what information to include on the product detail page based on manufacturer and seller contributions. Get to know the product detail page.
Learn about the product detail page including how to list items and create variations. From the Inventory drop-down menu, select Add a Product. On the Add a Product page, click the Get Started link.
You can list an offer for a product directly from its product detail page on the Amazon website.
Your offer will show up on Amazon and in your Seller Central inventory within 15 minutes. In case of maximum load on Amazon systems, it can take up to 24 hours for offer information and 48 hours for product information.
Use the Inventory tools in Seller Central to search for a product that already has a product detail page and to add your offer.
If you have a Professional Selling Plan, you can download an inventory template file that will help you upload a large number of product offers in bulk. From the Inventory drop-down menu, select Add Products via Upload to get started.
If you have a small number of products to offer or if you do not have a Professional Selling Plan, you can use the method described below to add products one at a time.
If you can't find a product on Amazon, you can submit product information so Amazon can create a new product detail page. Detail pages are shared with other sellers who can offer the same product.