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ASIN (Amazon Standard Identification Number)

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ASIN (Amazon Standard Identification Number)

What is ASIN Stand For?

ASIN stands for Amazon Standard Identification Number (ASIN). 

What is ASIN Number?

Amazon Standard Identification Number (ASIN) number is a ten-digit alphanumeric code that identifies products on Amazon. It’s unique for each product and is assigned when you create a new product in Amazon’s catalog. 

Almost every product on Amazon has an ASIN with the exception of books (they use the ISBN or International Standard Book Number.

When to Create a New ASIN Number?

There are products which are already listed on Amazon so you can check if ASIN already exists for products that you want to sell. If you can’t find an ASIN number for your product then you can create a new Amazon Standard Identification Number. 

If ASIN already exists, then you can list your product under that number and your product will be visible with the same product by other sellers. 

There are different ways to create a new Amazon ASIN number for your products. Amazon Standard Identification Number helps in protecting your products and their uniqueness on Amazon. 

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