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B.Toys Sales on JD.com Between July 1st to Sep 13th

Ming Zhang
This scatter plot shows data about the relationship between all data column submitted in B.toys sales between 7/01 to 9/13/2018 on JD.com, one of the biggest customer for Rocabin Trade Co., Ltd who have dedicated to market the US toys brand "B." in China.
This data is from Daily GMV data for B. Toys on JD.com in 2018 released by Rocabin Trade Co., Ltd for research purpose.

Acronym

  • GMV: Gross Merchandise Value, it's a number represents sales performance for the product on JD.com.
  • MSRP: Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price, this is usually the full price listed in JD.com.
  • Net Revenue Rate: This is a rate of MSRP divided by actual supply price, this reflects how much profit the product can bring. Substracted all the fee, operation cost and promotion charge, this is an actual rate of revenue against MSRP Rocabin receive from JD.com, while the GMV just represents how much front page price the product has been sold in that platform itself.
  • Gross Merchandise Value:it is a number represents sales performance for the product on JD.com.
  • SKU: unique product ID MSRP: Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price, this is usually the full price listed in JD.com.
  • Net Revenue Rate: This is a rate of MSRP divided by actual supply price, this reflects how much profit the product can bring. Substracted all the fee, operation cost and promotion charge, this is an actual rate of revenue against MSRP Rocabin receive from JD.com, while the GMV represents how much front page price the product has been sold in that platform itself.
  • PV: Page Visits, how many visits for that product
  • UV: Unique Visits, how many unique people visit for that product, different from PV(page visits), if there is 100 customer visit 300 times(PV) of all product page, the UV would be still 100
  • CVT: Convert Visit Ratio, the ratio for how many good actual sold divided by UV(how many customer visits)
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