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Enter a few Seed Keywords, one per line. Don't do too many at first, you may be surprised by the results.

Find Keywords For Which Amazon Marketplace?

The World's Slowest Keyword Tool
(And How it Steadily Wins the Race)

Most Amazon keyword tools are quick and effective.

Ours is slow.

We usually run it overnight, or even longer.

Every other keyword tool (even the paid ones) find a few hundred keywords within seconds, and they're done.

Ours finds a few hundred keywords within seconds, and then it looks like it might be stalling or stopped.

What happened?

It's not broken. It's searching further and further away from the seed keyword. Doing thousands of increasingly creative Amazon searches, in order to find related keywords that we'd never possibly think of on our own.

This app only shows Amazon buyer keywords.

If you type any one of these into the Amazon search bar, auto-complete will finish typing it for you (since it's often typed by Amazon customers.)

We gather keyword ideas from a variety of sources including Latent Semantic Indexing (LSI), but if they do not turn out to be Amazon keywords, we filter them out.

As we start searching further away from the seed words, it becomes less and less likely that any one particular search will discover a relevant new keyword. That's why it may look like things are slowing down.

However, by running so many different creative searches, our keyword tool finds many times more results than anything else we've seen. It just takes a little while.

"I'm tired of searching. Why do I need this many keywords?"

Amazon only ranks your product for keywords that you've specifically typed into your product listing.

Customers can only buy your product if they can find it. And people search for some weird keywords, man.

We've seen increases in sales by 10% or more just by adding new keywords to a product listing that sellers never knew existed!

It's the easiest, fastest way to increase your sales. You'll find that your biggest competitors don't rank for all of their relevant keywords, either. They don't know about all of them.

And that makes the competition on these weird keywords way easier for you.

Cheap PPC.

We regularly pay $.01 for clicks in Amazon PPC, because this tool finds so many "black sheep" keywords that our competitors don't know about.

The weird, long-tail keywords are pretty awesome.

What is a Stuff Word?

You can't rank for all these keywords in Amazon without stuffing them somewhere into your product listing. And if you're in a decent-sized niche, you'll find thousands of keywords if you let this thing run for long enough.

...But your product listing doesn't have space for thousands of keywords.

So, our keyword tool figures out which words are most important for you to include in your listing.

(It calculates the frequency of the individual words within these keywords, and ranks them from most to least common.)

Bottom line, just click on the sort button and then type as many of the stuff words at the top of the list as you can into your product listing. Squeeze out every last character.

NOTE: Click here for detailed, easy-to-understand PDF instructions on how to take advantage of this fun little "hack." We explain a few hidden ways to fit extra keywords into your listing.

Always up-to-date with the freshest results.

This app searches Amazon in real-time, so it always finds the most current keywords.

Keywords don't change very often, but when new brands or new products start getting searched, you'll find them immediately.

Keyword tools that rely on an instant-results database may be giving you information that's a few years outdated.

Never misleading about search volume.

Amazon doesn't provide any public data related to how many searches these keywords get.

That's why we recommend that you take these keywords and run Amazon PPC ads on them. After a month, read the report that Amazon gives you, and you'll know exactly how many searches these keywords get.

NOTE: Be very careful about seasonality. Many products have good and bad weeks and seasons, so run your tests for a while.

Keyword tools that attempt to offer you some kind of search volume estimate are usually making it up based on Google data (which is VERY different from Amazon.)

Consider the keyword "Grinder." Amazon is positive that you're searching for a product that crushes herbs. Google thinks you might be searching for either a TV show, a type of sandwich, a male dating website, or a product that crushes herbs.

That makes the Google search volume way higher than the Amazon search volume. Any Google estimates would be very misleading.

Click Here to download our PDF guide. It teaches you how to get 100% accurate search data for your keywords!

1,004,677 Searches and Counting

We built this tool for our own use in 2015, and haven't done any advertising or SEO for it at all.

But people soon found it anyway. They shared it so often that it now ranks for just about every Amazon-related keyword phrase in Google!

Thank you for your support. We hope this info helps you make more money.

One last thing.

Our team is creating a number of new Amazon tools this year, and we could really use your help.

Would you consider answering this simple 3-minute survey?

Your answers will affect what types of software and training guides we create over the next few months. (More fun stuff like this keyword tool.)

It'll mean the world to our team here at Scientific Seller... We'll all be reading the responses.

Click here to access the survey.

Thank you!

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