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Improving Amazon Rankings

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by skyshaper13, Oct 23, 2014.

  1. skyshaper13

    skyshaper13 Newbie

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    Hello! I'm offering my own brand in a fairly competitive market on amazon, and I've noticed similar sellers will get over 20,000 daily searches for their brand for newly added items. They seem to be artificially increasing this number; perhaps they are using proxies, virtual machines, scripts, multiple amazon accounts, etc? What options do I have to help offset their efforts? If possible, I'd like to discuss this further via PM or skype. Thank you! :)
     
  2. DeadJoe

    DeadJoe Regular Member

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    You can buy website views. There are a couple of services like that in the BST section which will do this for you.
     
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    Zwielicht Moderator in Training Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I think for Amazon you would have to improve your view count and your Amazon verified review comments count. You can do Amazon review trades with people here on BHW. A user named dbko3 also posted this advice on another thread concerning Amazon SEO:
     
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    snailgallop Newbie

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    you can buy review by paying somebody
     
  5. skyshaper13

    skyshaper13 Newbie

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    Thanks for the advise so far, I really appreciate it. Am I correct in assuming that two similar items (both with no sales or reviews) would be ranked differently based on how many times one of the items has been searched for on amazon?

    I'm currently doing most things on the list that was posted except for HTML, that's new to me. I will look into that more.