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AmzDataStudio extracts the exact backend search terms used in listings on Amazon.com and international Amazon marketplaces.
Sellers can discover the keywords used by their competitors and use them in their own listings, saving time researching keywords. A 100% accuracy guarantee is provided.
|Platforms||Web Based / SaaS|
|Amazon Sites||Amazon.ca, Amazon.co.jp, Amazon.co.uk, Amazon.com, Amazon.de, Amazon.es, Amazon.fr, Amazon.it|
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Amazon marketing tool AmzDataStudio has a special offer for bulk credit purchases, valid until December 25th.
Under the offer, 900 credits can be purchased for $249 instead of $360, a discount of over 30%.
AmzDataStudio's features vary between 1 credit for each keyword tracked, 5 credits to extract backend search terms for 1 ASIN, 15 credits to find organic keywords for an ASIN, and 15 credits to extract keywords used for PPC by an ASIN.
The offer is limited to 3 purchases per user.
Amazon back-end keyword extractor AmzDataStudio has added a number of new features for keyword research, PPC optimization, and SEO.
The new tools include:
- Competitors' Keyword Finder which extracts organic keywords used in competitors' listings.
- Keyword Generator which generates search terms with volume and PPC bids information.
- Competitors' PPC Keywords Finder which extracts PPC ad keywords used by competitors.
- PPC Competition Radar which finds products targeting the same keywords.
- Keyword Rank Tracker which monitors the ranking of products for specific keywords.
- Index Checker which tests if a keyword is indexed for a particular ASIN.
- HTML Converter which converts an Amazon description from text to HTML.
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With AmzDataStudio You Can Extract Your Amazon Competitor’s Backend Keywords
Extract your Amazon competitors' exact 5 backend search term fields with 100% accuracy!
AmzDataStudio, 31 July 2017