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Nigel Chilcott

Nigel Chilcott

1 year ago

Great article !
Is there a report or method where you can see which keywords have Amazons Choice badges for an ASIN ?

thanks

Andy Geldman

Andy Geldman

1 year ago

Not that I know of, but there are a couple of hacks that might prove useful.

1. Some products show the Amazon’s Choice badge (including the keywords) when you navigate to the product page directly. e.g. right now this is the Amazon’s Choice for “sony headphones”:

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00NJ2M33I

2. You can plug keywords into a URL to “fake” having done a search and see if the ASIN is Amazon’s Choice for that keyword. e.g. this shows that the same headphones are also Amazon’s Choice for “MDRZX110”:

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00NJ2M33I/?keywords=MDRZX110

To use multiple keywords use + instead of spaces, like:

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00NJ2M33I/?keywords=sony+MDRZX110

Someone could use/abuse this hack to compile a report on all the ASINs and Amazon’s Choice keywords.

Edward

Edward

1 year ago

A product I have has just attained the “Amazon’s choice” badge. Ive gained it since I put a 5% off promotion on the product. Is that pure coincidental? Also, If I removed that promotion, do you think the badge would be removed?

Would love to hear your opinion, Ed.

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