Check out this great post from Nicholas Rossis’ blog on using the free keyword tool, ubersuggest.
You may remember my review of Dave Chesson’s (aka Kindlepreneur’s) KDP Rocket. KDP Rocket is by far the easiest way to find keywords for your Amazon ads, as it searches for books similar to yours (in the Also Bought department) and offers these in a handy Excel spreadsheet.
I have now discovered the perfect companion to KDP Rocket: Ubersuggest. As the name, well, suggests (Ueber being German for over or hyper), Ubersuggest is a free keyword tool that comes up with more keywords than you can shake your virtual, SEO-supercharged stick at. You can then use these keywords for your Amazon ads, your Google ads, etc.
Even better, Ubersuggest allows you to choose whether you’re focusing on images, web, or shopping (hint: you want shopping).
How To Use It
Say you want to create an Amazon Marketing Services (AMS) campaign for your children’ book. You’ve already used KDP…
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