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HTMLBasicTutor 10-10-2017 12:30 PM

Amazon SEO: A guide to improving your rankings on Amazon
 
If you are looking at building a business using Amazon or need to improve your results using Amazon as a seller this guide will help:
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...If you are looking for a launching pad for your products that your target audience likes and finds useful, Amazon is it. To get the most from your listings on Amazon, however, you will need to employ some SEO tactics to showcase your products and business...
Amazon SEO: A guide to improving your rankings on Amazon

vaguar 10-11-2017 02:47 AM

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Did you know that 55% of online shoppers turn to Amazon to begin product searches
Wonder how many people begin their searches on Google, continue them on Amazon and end up buying. Must be a lot higher than 55%. I'm currently marketing some products which get a lot of hits on Google, but ultimately people end up buying on Amazon.

LMD 10-11-2017 08:45 AM

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Originally Posted by HTMLBasicTutor (Post 2310144)
If you are looking at building a business using Amazon or need to improve your results using Amazon as a seller this guide will help:

I can see that number of searchers using Amazon for search going higher (at least here in Canada) when the same day delivery service at Amazon becomes available.

qwerty113 10-11-2017 06:06 PM

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Originally Posted by LMD (Post 2310322)
I can see that number of searchers using Amazon for search going higher (at least here in Canada) when the same day delivery service at Amazon becomes available.

Wouldn't this be very competitive for dropshippers/amazon FBA and such?

LMD 10-12-2017 06:00 AM

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Originally Posted by qwerty113 (Post 2310338)
Wouldn't this be very competitive for dropshippers/amazon FBA and such?

From a customers perspective, it doesn't matter as long as they get their product delivered the same day. As per competition re your post, I guess there will be competition. However, in context with HTML's OP, I believe the better the service, the more eyes will be on the site, and the increased potential for those eyes to return and search for things they want to buy , rather than the using the standard SE. No one is going to abandon the use of standard search, but the SE's might lose some search traffic to the site that sells it all.


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