I have a client who is selling on amazon for some very competitive money KW´s. I want to rank his products pages from Amazon on google, too, but am confused how google treats these kind of pages. I used 750 blog posts drip feeded from lover´s service on one page. It was not ranking at all, then after 1 week it shoot up to #2, lasted only a few hours and was replaced by another Amazon product page (which is very similar). This happened a few times again in the next days, and now its not ranking at all again, while the competitors site is #2. What really confuses me is that there is only 1 Amazon product page on each page of the search results, when you google a money KW. This is not only for this KW, but also for other product KWs in this niche. The same happens with ebay, not a product page though but the search results from ebay. It looks to me that g00gle is filtering all Amazon and ebay pages for 1 product KW. This makes sense, since the most pages are very similar in the title, the description and they come all from the same domain. Another thing I noticed is that not all product pages are indexed, even if many links are build to them. For example, my client added some KWs to the URL of his page: http://www.amazon.com/product-title&keywords=1+2+3 and this is the URL I used for the link service. I added this page twice to a premium indexing service, 100 links are already build but it still is not indexed. The page that ranked for a short time was the original URL minus the KWs, so I think the URL with KWs is working like a redirect. So whats your experience with ranking an Amazon page and getting them indexed? Is it really the case that only one A. product page can rank in the search results?