Great Amazon SEO drives more sales

Amazon’s algorithm ranks product display pages by relevance and performance. So feeding it the right signals (SEO best practices) makes your page more relevant. And as it performs better by converting sales, your page rankings will go up. Good enough? Hardly.

Bonsai strategists have developed proprietary tactics (proven again and again) to significantly boost your rankings. White hat. Top secret. Off the books. Classified. You’re gonna have to get us pretty drunk before we share these babies.


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After optimizing your product display pages and enhancing your listings, there are plenty more things we can do to improve your results on Amazon. Let us show you how.



First, our research team pinpoints high-value keywords. Then, we sprinkle those keywords throughout your product pages. Next, we identify keywords in the backend of your Amazon Seller Account. And flag negative ones. Use the wrong keywords… Sad trombone.



We always use clear, compelling copy. High-quality images. And bullets accurately describe key features. But if you’re not competitively priced, the algorithm anticipates you won’t sell many units and stunts your ranking. The fewer you sell, the lower the ranking. A vicious cycle.


A person types a search term on a third-party site. They click to your product display page on Amazon. Now your page ranks higher for that search term. As Amazon embraces offsite traffic channels, you could drive conversions or you could drive conversions that boost SEO.



Wanna rank higher for broader search terms? Get more positive reviews. And we got a simple process for doing just that. Good reviews suggest to the algorithm people really want your product. And it dilutes the impact of bad reviews.

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