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Tools/Schemes to do a Kindle Book Review Service Better

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Netu, Aug 20, 2016.

  1. Netu

    Netu Newbie

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    Greetings folks,

    I am trying to grow a Kindle book review service--I am analyzing book pages and reviewing their keyword optimization, covers, titles, etc.

    I have been using Long Tail Pro, NicheFinder, KinSEO Agent, and some proprietary software from a company I subcontract for.

    I am trying to do as many reviews as possible and make the service very affordable--given this, I want to make sure I am doing the best job I can. I am educating myself quite substantially through this wonderful place but was just curious if anyone else out there is trying to sneak in black hat techniques to white hat customers--specifically on Amazon.

    I am very upfront with them if things are illicit (e.g. when we use to cram the ASINs into the pages, lmao...), but these authors make 10-20 sales if they're lucky, so they're always willing to try something.

    Thanks a lot for any advice, guys! It is greatly appreciated.
     
  2. elitebill

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    Are you looking for ways you can use to review without having to go through the books? I don't quite get what you are looking for.
     
  3. Netu

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    Heya, thanks so much for the response! Sorry if I wasn't terribly clear.

    Well, basically we review author's seller pages not their actual books. We'll look at where they have their books posted (most often Amazon, of course) and review if they're putting in proper keywords, if they're ranking well, how their covers and titles are, etc. I would just love a quicker, mindless-er way to know what categories they need to target and what keywords are best for them. Certainly not go through the book, but just by speaking with the author and reading a description one can intuit various proper keywords and then use Google, Bing, and Amazon to build off of those. So tools such as Long Tail Pro, KinSEO, etc., are really helpful for that. Sadly with Google's changes, it's harder to know what keywords are actually selling well, so I was wondering if there were any tools to assist with helping these book authors promote their stuff.
     
  4. Witicagnall4435

    Witicagnall4435 Registered Member

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    So you're actually trying to do some SEO for Kindle Authors.
    In order to find my keywords I use Google Keyword tool. It's not very professional but whatever sells on Google will also sell on Amazon, too
     
  5. Netu

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    Indeed! I was just hoping there was perhaps a tool or something that would scan Amazon pages and let me know what the best keywords were, so that I could point them towards making better decisions. Maybe it's something I need to make! ;-) Thanks for the response!