There are two ways to access the Keyword Details section.
- After Adding a Product: Once you finish the steps for adding a product to the Rank Tracker you will be taken automatically to this section.
- By clicking on a product name in the general/main overview: Click on the highlighted name of any product in the list to access this view.
ASIN General Information
The first part of this section includes general information on the product such as ASIN number and marketplace.
This graph lets you analyze and compare historical keyword ranking performance.
- Click to expand the list of keywords. You can sort the list either by search volume or alphabetically. You'll be able to select up to 10 keywords to see in the graph.
- Select the time frame. You can choose to see information for a specific time frame using the calendar (as long as your dates are within a maximum of two years).
- Finally, you can choose to see the data displayed by day, week, or month. Just click one of these options in the lower, righ-hand corner (D: day, W: week, M: month).
- To see the keyword ranking performance information for the selected time period just hover over the chart.
In this section, you'll see information for all the keywords you are tracking for the selected product.
This is a list of the columns you'll see in the table:
- Search Volume (Exact): This is the number of times this exact keyword has been searched for on Amazon (does not include any plurals or misspellings)
- Organic Rank/Page: This is the ASIN's most recent organic rank for the tracked keyword and which results page the listing is located in.
- Sponsored Rank: The sponsored position of the ASIN (does not take into account organic ASINs).
- Ease to Rank: How easy it is for a new product to rank for this keyword.
- PPC Bid (Exact): The Estimated exact match bid rate for PPC for the selected keyword
- Last Checked: This tells you when the data was last collected (the last time Amazon sent us information). Since keyword rankings and BSR can change several times throughout the day, from time to time it is possible to spot small differences when comparing the information in the Rank Tracker with the current rankings on Amazon. This will help you understand when the last update took place so you can reconcile the data more easily.