Keyword Scout pulls millions of performance keyword data points to show ad tracking, search volume trends, and PPC costs. To refine your results, you can use a series of basic and advanced filters. You can even save your filter settings for future searches.
The number and type of available filters depend on the type of search you run. Remember that you can search for a keyword (short or long-tailed), a single ASIN, or up to ten ASINs at once.
Customizing your Results
Once you've run a search, you can choose which data points you'd like to see to customize the Filter and/or Column options and narrow down your search results:
Filters: Enter a minimum and/or maximum value and click Apply.
Columns: Enable/disable the columns you want to see in your results.
Note that, if you searched for an ASIN or ASINs, you can also use the "Include all variants" slider to customize the keywords you want to see included in your results. You can move the slider to the on position to activate (green) or deactivate (grey) this option. Enabling this feature will include keywords from all child ASINS. If you prefer not to activate this option, your results will only include keywords for the specific product you use to run the reverse ASIN search.
Filters & Columns
Basic & Search Result Filters
- Exact Match (30 Days): The number of times this exact keyword has been searched in the Amazon catalog in the past 30 days (excluding the plural form and misspellings).
- Broad Match (30 Days): The number of times this keyword and any related keywords (synonyms, phrases, etc.) have been searched in Amazon in the last 30 days.
- Word Count: The number of keywords in the search terms
- Organic Product Count: The total number of products returned on Amazon for this keyword.
- Sponsored Product Count: Total number of sponsored products recently detected for that keyword.
These filters let you search for keywords related to a specific product. This set of filters is a great option to compare different ASINs. You can enter up to 10 ASINs in the search field and then set up your advanced filters to compare different criteria:
💡 You need to run an ASIN search in order to see and adjust advanced filters. If you just do a keyword search, you won't be able to see this option.
- Organic Rank: This is the organic position of the ASIN selected for comparison (does not take into account sponsored ASINs).
- Sponsored Rank: This is the sponsored position of the ASIN selected for comparison (does not take into account organic ASINs).
- Overall Rank: This is the ASIN's overall positioning in the search results (it includes both organic and sponsored products).
- Organic ASINs (Count): Indicates how many of the competitor ASINs you entered rank in the top 100 organic products for that keyword (excluding the ASIN selected for comparison).
- Sponsored ASINs (Count): Indicates how many of the competitor ASINs you entered rank in the top 100 sponsored products for that keyword (does not include the highlighted ASIN).
- Avg. Organic Rank: This is the average organic rank for the competitor ASINs you entered (basically, how well these other ASINs are ranking for this keyword on average).
- Avg. Sponsored Rank: This is the average sponsored rank for the competitor ASINs you entered (basically, how well the ads for these other ASINs are ranking for this keyword on average).
- Relative Organic Position: The organic rank of the ASIN selected for comparison relative to the other ASINs.
- Relative Sponsored Position: The sponsored rank of the ASIN selected for comparison relative to the other ASINs.
Once you've run a search and filtered your results, it's time to review your keyword opportunities. The results are ordered by default by Exact Match Search Volume for the last 30 days, from highest to lowest; however, you can easily change the order by clicking any column header that has the sort symbol.
- Keyword: Resulting keywords
- 30-Day Trend: 30-day keyword performance trend data compared to the previous 30 days.
- 30-Day Search Volume (Exact): See explanation under Basic & Search Result Filters.
- 90-Day Trend: 90-day keyword performance trend data compared to the previous 90 days.
- 30-Day Search Volume (Broad): The number of times this keyword and any related keywords (synonyms, phrases, etc.) have been searched in Amazon in the last 30 days
- Dominant category: The Amazon parent category for the top 10 ranked listings.
- Recommended promotions: This is an estimation of how many daily units of this product you should consider offering for promotions in a 7-14 day period in order to reach the top 3 rank.
- PPC Bid (Exact): The Estimated exact match bid rate for PPC (Sponsored Product ads) for the selected keyword
- PPC Bid (Broad): The Estimated broad match bid rate for PPC (Sponsored Product ads) for the selected keyword
- Ease to Rank: This score indicates your keyword ranking potential, so how easy it is for new products to rank for this keyword. Keywords with higher scores will rank easier
- Relevancy Score: This indicates how closely related the resulting keyword is compared to the seed keyword.
For information on the remaining columns:
- Organic Product Count
- Sponsored Product Count
- Organic Rank
- Sponsored Rank
- Overall Rank
Please check the definition under the Basic and Advanced filters section.
The filters are displayed after a search, between the Keyword or ASIN and the results. This option is expanded by default but you can collapse the filters by clicking anywhere on the (Filters) header. Your choice will be remembered for the next time you use Keyword Scout: