5 Steps to Deploying Long-Tail PPC on Amazon

Published On August 8, 2017

We are nearing the end of an era. The average CPC winning bid for Amazon PPC is up over 20% in the last year. A jump on par with what we have seen in 2016, 2015, 2014, and so on. The days of spending pennies on the dollar to target top-level terms is finally coming to a close, but it...
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We Just Gave You Access to All Your Saved Searches

Published On July 14, 2017

Incredible news. We get a lot of feature requests, but this one more than all the rest… We just rolled out a “Saved Searches” tab for all paid users, where you can download the results of every single search you’ve ever run on Scientific Seller! (Yes, that includes searches you made last year, and even searches you may have accidentally...
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Data: How different are US vs. UK vs. CA Amazon keywords?

Published On August 3, 2016

Yesterday we officially announced the release of our New International Version of the Amazon keyword tool. Today we get to play around with it :) Let’s search the term “scissors” in the United States, United Kingdom and Canada. Here’s a look at the top exported results in a spreadsheet for easy comparison: Note: This isn’t a complete list, just a...
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Just Released: New International Amazon Keyword Tool

Published On August 2, 2016

It’s finally here. This is the biggest keyword tool rollout we’ve ever done. Click here to check it out! Most Amazon businesses sell in more than one region (or will be soon). It’s a no-brainer: Less competition. Cheaper PPC. Expand your audience. But your biggest advantage (as of now) … is that you’re using a much better keyword research tool...
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Amazon Dramatically Increased its Keyword Field Sizes!

Published On March 15, 2016

Holy Moley! This might not sound like big news, but to search nerds like us it is revolutionary. You can now fit upwards of 5,000 characters (5 fields at 1,000 characters each) worth of keywords into all of your product listings. Edit: Depending on your product category, you may have less than 5,000. 1,000 seems to be common. Check your...
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