How To Use AmaSuites To Find Profitable Buyer Keywords In Any Affiliate Niche

When Stuart gave me access to AmaSuite and asked me to write a tutorial post on finding profitable buyer keywords, I thought…

Oh…. now THIS looks cool….

But because of the cost of the program, I was a bit turned off at the idea of using it at first.

Then after a few minutes signed into the dashboard, I gotta say….

AmaSuite is kind of the shit.

It’s a product designed specifically with product owners & affiliate marketers in mind.

And it’s so good it literally takes the guesswork out of everything.

If you’re looking for keywords, for example, you don’t even have to any guesswork like you do with most keyword research tools.

So instead of guessing which keywords will get you buyer traffic from the search engines... AmaSuites just tells you which ones they are.

Other tools just give you a bunch of numbers in a spreadsheet and let you decide for yourself which ones are the best to use.

But AmaSuite has built-in algorithms that tell you which ones you can make money on NOW, and which ones you can save for later.

So let's get using it right now...

 

What is AmaSuite?

AmaSuite is a collection of five different desktop software programs designed for people selling Amazon products... either as sellers or affiliate marketers.

Here's what it includes:

  1. Top Product Analyzer
    • To go from a broad idea of what you should sell to a handful of actual products that will make money on your niche site.
  2. Search Analyzer
    • To search for new, specific, products within your niche that have good reviews and keyword rankings.
  3. Review Analyzer
    • To figure out ways to write better product descriptions so you do a better job of selling via your affiliate links instead of losing customers to buying from other sites.
  4. Keyword Generator
    • To find the right profitable buyer keywords to make sure your products & listings get found by purchase-reader site visitors.
  5. Ali Inspector
    • Find products you can buy and resell on Amazon for a profit. (This tool is less crucial for running a niche site, but it's still really interesting.)

And the tool we'll look at today is the Keyword Generator.

This is a tool specially designed to make niche marketing easier.

Basically, you type your niche into it & it pulls the most profitable buyer keywords from the six of the most popular e-commerce sites in the world.

Which means that as a niche site owner, you don't have to waste your time doing keyword research, and can just focus on the keywords that will make you money.

 

What You’ll Learn

  • How to get AmaSuites set up in a way that is perfect for Amazon affiliates.
  • Which of the AmaSuite collection of tools to use to find buyer keywords.
  • How to filter out bad keywords so you only work with the most effective ones.

 

(P.S. If you'd like to download a free list of 1,781 profitable niches click here or the image below)

1781 niches [new]

                                                                                      

How To Get Started With AmaSuites

The ONE thing I don’t like about AmaSuite is that you can’t access it from the cloud.

You have to download it from the internet onto your desktop just so you can use it.

Fortunately, it’s a pretty easy process:

After your purchase access to AmaSuite and log into your account, you choose the software you want to work with first from the “Software” drop-down in the top menu bar.

 

As an example, I’ll walk you through downloading the Search Analyzer. But the process is exactly the same no matter which software program you choose to work with.

 

Then, scroll down the page a bit to the download links, and click on the green “Download here” button underneath your computer type.

 

I use a Mac, but there is also a Window’s version. If you use Windows, be aware that the process might not look exactly the same as my screen, but they do have great tutorial videos.

 

Next, you’ll follow the installation video instructions depending on your operating system, which you can find directly under the download links.

 

It’s important to watch these videos because sometimes—depending on your operating system—your computer might try to block the download. Don’t worry—I’ve got them on my computer and their totally safe. But the videos go into detailed instructions on what to do in case that happens. (And it’s too much to explain here.)

 

Once the program is officially downloaded, add it to your applications folder and open it up!

 

 

Here are the two AmaSuite software's we’ll go through in today’s tutorial in my application folder. They’re all ready to go!

 

Keyword Generator - Purchase-Based Keywords from SIX of the World's Biggest E-Commerce Sites

Ok, confession time:

The Keyword Generator is probably my favorite AmaSuite tool.

And if you’re only going to use one tool for you niche site’s keyword research

I’d suggest this one.

The reason is this:

It’s sooooo based around showing you buyer keywords it’s not even funny.

When you’re relying on SEO for traffic, you want to make sure the keywords you’re optimizing for are ones that will attract buyers.

And Keyword Generator gives you exactly those words.

Based on the original term you insert, it searches six of the most popular online shopping sites in the world: Amazon US, Amazon UK, eBay US, eBay UK, Target, and Walmart.

And the magic of searching these six sites?

When people visit these sites, they already know they’re going to make a purchase.

So literally everything they type in is a purchase-based keyword.

But what Keyword Generator does is use an internal algorithm to give you a keyword rank score across all six sites.

Meaning it's showing you the keywords people use when they have their credit cards in hand about to buy.

Which is a HUGE difference from using Google or Bing’s keyword data, don’t you think?

As these tools rarely show you buyer keywords.

And other paid keyword tools simply display large lists of keywords, with some data that's usually hard to understand, and lets you make your own mind up if the keywords are good.

AmaSuites goes beyond all of that.

Here’s how you use it:

Open the program on your desktop (after you’ve downloaded it) and click on the “Keyword Generator” tab at the top.

Then, select which of the six data sources you want to use for your purchase-based keyword research.

 

I’m choosing all six… because why not?

 

Then, type in one to three keywords related to products in your niche.

I decided to go with a niche I'm interested in…yoga.

And in the spirit of being more niche than that…. I typed in “ashtanga yoga.”

So I also typed in “yoga mat” as well, since that’s something that every good ashtanga yoga needs.

 

 

And then…. you click on the green “Go” icon at the top of the screen.

 

 

Then… you let it run.

As it’s running, you’ll see two different progress bars at the top of the screen.

These signify the progress the software is making in extracting the keyword data from the sites you chose.

 

This can take a while.

 

Once the software is finished, you’ll have a really long list of keywords.

Yes, you can certainly use them all if you want to.

But not all keywords are created equal… not even all buyer keywords.

And since you’re a smart niche marketer, I know you’re only after keywords that’ll give you the best results.

When it’s finished running, it’ll look something like this:

 

 

 

To find the most powerful buyer keywords across all of the sites (which is what we want), the only thing you really need to pay attention to is the “Score” column on the right.

The scores range from 1-100 with 100 being the best.

And any number highlighted in green… obviously… means it’s a strong one.

And one you should add to your niche site.

So to sort the Score from highest to lowest, all you’ve got to do is double-click on the “Score” tab and it’ll sort them for you:

 

 

That looks A LOT better, doesn’t it?

And in this keyword search, all the green ones are about yoga mats in some way.

But since there are over 600 keywords here, I don't want to use and save all of them... I just want the ones that will drive purchases.

So to do that, I need to filter out the keywords with lower scores.

Within the Ama software, anything that's 60+ gets a "green" score, so those are the keywords I want to keep.

To eliminate the 59.9 & below keywords, I need to eliminate them with a filter.

I can do this by clicking on the "Filters" button in the bottom right-hand corner and selecting "Show Filters."

 

 

When I do that, a new window appears where I can add in the kind of filters I want.

Since I want to filter based on the Score, that's what I select in the "Column" drop-down box.

 

 

Then in the "Compare Type" drop-down, I select "Greater or Equal to."

 

 

Then, in the "Value" column I typed in "60" and clicked on "Apply."

 

 

And as you can see, it reduced the number of keywords I have to work with from 600+ to only 35... which is MUCH easier to handle.

 

 

So now I want to save these keywords so I can make sure I remember which ones I need to use when I'm optimizing my web pages.

To do that, I click on the "Save" icon at the top of the screen, and choose which file type I prefer.

 

 

I work best with a CSV file, so that's the one I'll choose.

But it's also a good idea to choose to save it as a project file, especially if you'll be using other Ama Suite software for more than just keyword discovery.

This is the only file type you can upload within the software and have it recognize your data values.

So within minutes, I had 35 profitable buyer keywords just based around yoga mats.

Which is just one of many products from my niche of choice.

You can repeat this over and over again with 100s of different product types from your niche.

If you're not sure what those products are, simply go to Amazon and find out by browsing your niche category.

 

(P.S. If you'd like to download a free list of 1,781 profitable niches click here or the image below)

1781 niches [new]

                                                                                      

Conclusion: NicheHacks Members Already Love It

Not hard to use, is it?

Actually, it's pretty easy and useful.

In fact, NicheHacks community members Kent Chow and Dom Wells already use AmaSuite to help build the success of their niche sites.

And why do they love it?

 

 

Because it makes time spent tediously trolling Amazon's website for keywords a thing of the past and because it nearly guarantees they only promote the best products.

Pretty cool, huh?

So.... what do you think?

Would an investment in a tool like AmaSuite be a good way to grow your niche business?

Remember there are four other equally powerful tools included with AmaSuites too that I didn't go over in this particular tutorial.

Or... have you used AmaSuite for yourself?

Let me know in the comments - I'd love to know!

If you're interested in finding profitable Amazon products and buyer keywords then you can grab your own copy here...

 

http://nichehacks.com/ama-suite-tools

 

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Chelsea Baldwin
Chelsea has a background in journalism and IT, and besides writing for NicheHacks, she's the founder of Copy Power, a business and a website that helps business owners figure out how to get remembered online via copywriting.

She excels in the topic of SEO but can write on a wide range of topics of which you can discover by clicking on her name.

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  1. Brad says:

    Hey Chelsea,

    Great post - Thanks!

    I wonder what your thoughts are on e-commerce dominated keywords.

    Do you take into account when Google prefers to show e-commerce results in the top 10 and will not be likely to rank a niche site?

    • Hi Brad

      I'll chime in here. I think you'll want to aim for long tail keywords so that you can rank in the top 10 results.

      If you're searching for computers, you're going to be as specific as possible, so that your niche site will rank for those popular searches.

      You may rank differently for the same guide, for a number of keyword combinations if you know what I mean.

  2. Mark Collins says:

    What kind of professional uses words like 'shit' in business writing?

    • The kind that brings success, I guess.

      FYI: I pulled this up on Google:

      Definition. The term business writing refers to memorandums, reports, proposals, emails, and other forms of writing used in organizations to communicate with internal or external audiences. Business writing is a type of professional communication. Also known as business communication and professional writing.

    • NicheHacks says:

      This isn't the place for people who are offended by the word shit.

  3. Keever says:

    How much "differentiation" do you try and achieve between keywords? Many keywords, like those mentioned above, are very similar to each other.

    • Hi Keever,

      You're going to want to cover as much keywords in your blog as relevantly possible.

      It's all similar because it's all part of the Yoga niche that Chelsea chose above.

  4. Amar kumar says:

    Hey Chelsea,

    It is really very informative post - great reveiw in very effective way. It will very helpful for online marketers and blogger in order to maximize productivity level. Eventually, thanks for sharing your wonderful thought with us.

    With best wishes,

    Amar kumar

  5. Kenneth says:

    What a clever little keyword tool to use to find the little 'diamonds in the rough. I would like to know if this tool will also work for other programs, like linkshare, shareasale, etc? I am one of the unlucky ones that love affiliate marketing but I live in a state that Amazon doesn't acknowledge. I use another keyword tool that is pretty good all by itself.

    Great article! Thank you for sharing.
    Ken

    • NicheHacks says:

      It works with Amazon, Ebay Walmart, Target as is covered on the post.

      It doesn't specifically cover ShareAsale etc but you may find some of the products AmaSuites throws up on retailers on those platforms yes.

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