#27 Setting up Amazon Ads for Max Sales & Max Profits - British Amazon Seller - the UK Private Label Specialist

#27 Setting up Amazon Ads for Max Sales & Max Profits

This Episode, #27, has been in demand by Facebook members for a while. It’s a Pure Tactics, Nitty-Gritty on How to Set up Amazon Ads.

SHOW NOTES FOR EPISODE #27 – Setting up Amazon Ads for Max Sales & Max Profits 

In this episode we set up five separate Amazon Ads campaigns for one product:
1. Auto campaign

2. Amazon suggested Keywords (from within Seller Central)

3. Amazon Search Bar suggestions (from amazon.com itself)

4. Search like your customer

5. Keyword Inspector – steal keywords from your competition!

If you want a video that walks you through the exact same campaigns step by step, with follow-along screen recording, click here to join our Amazon Insiders Club.

Glossary of Technical Terms: 

I’d urge you not to get caught up too much in this if it is going to paralyse you. You can set up the campaigns without really understanding the details.  You only need the understanding when you come to analyse the results. That is a key part of running successful ad campaigns, but we’ll deal with that separately. ONe step at a time!

If you’re wanting the detail, however, here it is:
URL: Simply a web address, e.g., www.amazingfba.com/27

ASIN: Amazon Unique Identifying Number (not sure what S stands for!) –  within the Amazon universe, this a  unique code for a product line. It is like a UPC (Universal Product Code), ie the barcode you will see on any product packaging at your supermarket, only just within the Amazon universe.

Keyword – one, two, 3 or several words entered as a search term, on Google or in the Amazon search bar. e.g. “white” “white board” “White board marker” “White board marker kids”

Keyword Match Type: Amazon will match up a search term that a customer puts in the Search bar with the keywords in your amazon ad campaign. Whether it chooses to display your ad or not depends on how precise a match you set up between a. the search term (from the customer) and b. the keywords you put in your ad campaign.

Keyword matches come in 3 types: Exact, Phrase and Broad Match.

Exact match: your ad will only display if the  search term that the customer puts in is exactly the same as the keyword in your campaign.

Example

Your Campaign contains Exact Match Keyword:  White Board Marker

A. Customer enters Search term: White Board Markers

Result A: Your ad is displayed by Amazon  to the Customer in the search results

B. Customer enters search term: White Board Marker Pens

Result B: Your ad is NOT displayed

Phrase match: Your ad will display if the search term contains the your keyword as a phrase

Your Campaign contains Phrase Match Keyword:  White Board Marker

A. Customer enters Search term: White Board Markers

Result A: Your ad is displayed by Amazon  to the Customer in the search results

B. Customer enters search term: White Board Marker Pens

Result B: Your ad IS displayed (search term contains “White Board Marker” as a phrase)

C. Customer enters: Pens for White Boards

Result C: Your Ad is NOT displayed

Broad match: Your ad will display if the search term is broadly similar or related to your Keyword

Example

Your Campaign contains Broad Match Keyword:  White Board Marker

A. Customer enters Search term: White Board Markers

Result A: Your ad is displayed by Amazon  to the Customer in the search results

B. Customer enters search term: White Board Marker Pens

Result B: Your ad IS displayed

C. Customer enters: Pens for White Boards

Result C: Your Ad IS displayed

D. Customers enters: Pens for Boards

Result D: ? Maybe displayed, maybe not!

If you want a video that walks you through the exact same campaigns step by step, with follow-along screen recording, click here to join our Amazon Insiders Club.

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