Amazon Reverse ASIN

So you have optimized your listing, used all of the top keywords, have good content, great images, great description, your backend keywords are in place but you still get no orders and you’re wondering why. It could be because your keywords are not indexed by Amazon or may be you don’t rank your keywords.

SellerPrime’s Amazon Reverse ASIN tool helps you save hours and hours of manual work. Instead of you spending time on typing in your amazon ASIN and checking each individual keyword for the pagerank, SellerPrime’s Amazon Reverse ASIN tool offers you a complete list of all the keywords used in your listing along with information about if each keyword is indexed or not and the pagerank for each individual keyword.

Analyze your page rank to know which keywords need to be optimized in your listing. By optimizing the keywords, your listing has a better chance to be discovered by your potential customers on Amazon.

If you want to get indexed and improve your ranking, head over to listing improvement and take a look at the following factors

Top factors that influence Amazon indexing -

  • Conversion Rate - BSR, price, customer reviews, parent-child products, answered questions, time on page, page views and bounce rate
  • Content quality - Image size and quality, title, bullet points, description, specifications, keywords, search terms, brand and manufacturer part number, category and subcategory
  • Customer satisfaction and retention - negative seller feedback, order processing speed, in stock rate, perfect order percentage, order defect rate, exit rate, packaging options
Keyword Keyword Type Where Available Search Volume CPC

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Frequently Asked Questions

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On 18th August 2017, Amazon officially announced Seller Central backend keywords are limited to 250 characters for the Amazon US and Amazon EU marketplaces. Characters that exceed the limit prescribed by Amazon will not be indexed. Finding the best backend keywords that is within the 250 character limit is a huge challenge.

Amazon keyword search optimization is the back end information crucial for Amazon Sellers in order to list their Products and Compete with other sellers.

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Yes, adding Backend Keywords in your Amazon product listing matters a lot. It is one of the main factors which determine on what position your product will appear in Amazon’s organic searches. The search result that Amazon shows in top organic results on Amazon is the one whose keywords in product description or the backend keywords are the same keywords typed in the search bar of the Amazon’s website by the potential customer. In order to bring your Amazon product to the top organic search results on Amazon’s website,all the possible backend keywords and the most trending Backend Keywords for your Amazon product should be in your listing. Most trending keywords are those which the visitors on Amazon type the most in the search bar of Amazon. Adding the best matching trending keywords and phrases in your product description helps in increasing the chance of getting a higher ranking in the Organic Search Results of Amazon.

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The best keywords to be used on Amazon to have better visibility on Organic Search results as well as for PPC keywords on Amazon can be found on SellerPrime’s specialized Amazon Keyword Search. Find the most profitable and the best keywords for your Amazon products.

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Amazon charges three things as Amazon selling fees when you list your product on its site,

  • Amazon Referral fee Which depends on the product category Listed on Amazon Central
  • Closing fee Fixed Per Unit
  • Shipping fee (if you want to ship through Amazon).
Amazon Charges This Shipping Fee based on the weight of the product,the size of the product,the size and shape of the product and the area where the product needs to be shipped.
The Referral fee that Amazon charges depend on the category of the product listed, the Closing fee is fixed per unit of the product.
In some places, Amazon’s policy of charges Selling Fee has a monthly charge taken at the beginning of the month.