Amazon Keyword Tool is a keyword software tool that allows users to generate unlimited long tail keywords from Amazon auto search suggest. Amazon auto search suggest keywords are generated when an Amazon user enters any characters. For example if they enter cooking then a list of auto complete suggestions will be generated.
The tool simply fires requests off to Amazon in the background and scrapes the results to automatically to find long tail variants of your niches keywords that Amazon users are searching for when buying items from Amazon. You simply enter your inital niches keyword(s) then configure the depth of long tails you want to generate and click start.. For example if your niche/main keyword is gaming, you would simply enter gaming and click generate long tails and the software would bring back hundreds of gaming related long tail keywords to give you a better insight into what Amazon customers in your niche are searching for. This will also help you optimise your Amazon listings so they appear higher up in Amazon search results.
This keyword tool allows you to gain a greater insign into your niches customers searching habits. With this keyword checker you may find long tail variants of your main keywords that you had no idea people were searching for and how many truly unlimited keyword finders are there on the web?
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Hi guys it's Jamie from MaxResultsSEO.com and in this video I'm going to show you how to use my Amazon keyword generator tool. So basically, what this tool does is it it mines the autocomplete, the autosuggest that Amazon have so you know how you go on big websites these days and whenever you search for something it tries to be clever and gives you what thinks you're going to search for. So for example, if you type in gaming a you'll, get things like gaming armchairs, gaming accessories or whatever. So we basically go away and in the background it mines all the longtail variants of your keywords that you enter into it.
So I'll just go through some of the options before I show you it running. So the delay in milliseconds between firing off requests to the Amazon autosuggest service. If you've only got a few keywords, that's absolutely fine, that delay if you're putting a lot more search terms then I would bump that up quite a bit. So if you want to so we'll start from the top here, if you want to generate keywords from the keywords that you get back then tick that.
If you want to filter out certain keywords by applying a regular expression, click that setting there. If you want to exclude results that have certain words in them, for example you do gaming laptops, you have a laptop in there and you won't see anything to do with gaming laptops. Keyword suggestion character depth, so that's quite an important one because how this system works is for each keyword in here so we've got gaming and you can have as many as you like by the way line separated, so for gaming it'll go off and they'll type a and then we'll get, you know: gaming armchairs, gaming accessories, etc and then gaming B and gaming C D, and then all the way through the alphabet and then zero and then nine you can skip numbers if you want by the way.
Now, we've got the keyword suggestion character depth set to two then it'll go away and it'll do gaming a, but will also your gaming a a a b, a c a d. So it should give us things like, gaming aacel so basically it'll work its way through way more longtails doing that, so it means you'll get a much greater insight into what people are searching for. It probably means that less people are searching for some of those keywords, because it's a deeper mine, but it will give you really good insight into what people are searching for. So hopefully that makes sense, that's fairly self-explanatory. I will add some more in there at some point when I get time.
Okay, so let's see it in action we'll just do one keyword suggestion depth of one for now, because I wanteed it to finish very quickly so I can show you these result set comparison options at the bottom. So as you can see what in gaming t g h, i j k and it's we're working our way through the alphabet to mine long tails from the amazon autocomplete autosuggest feature. Right, so now it's done, what you can do is you can mark that as the initial set, and then you can view the set, so basically what the initial set is. We've marked that we've saved it now, we can then run this same query this we can, then you know mine for long tails with the same keyword a couple weeks later and then we can compare the results we get a few weeks later to this set that we've just marked as the initial set, and the reason you might want to do that is because it shows you what brand new buyer trends people are searching for Amazon.
So if you know a new products being released, people might be searching for it before you are even aware of this amazon product this option will give you that head start against your competitors. So it will compare the two result sets and it will show you the differences. So hopefully that makes sense so I'll just quickly show you the two depth so that you can see gaming adults, that's you can see it's going take a while, but it's gon na be a much much deeper mine. Okay! That's it guys! Thank you very much for watching.