Demystifying Amazon’s Search Engine Ranking Algorithm [Webinar] by @A_Ninofranco – Info SEO

Did you know that nearly 50 percent of U.S. online transactions take place on Amazon? The ecommerce giant continues to grow its market share across a diverse range of product categories.

Amazon is the dominant force in the ecommerce market that you can’t ignore.

Yet, brand manufacturers and sellers alike struggle to understand the factors that impact whether your (or your client’s) products are visible to the millions of users buying on Amazon.

If you don’t fully understand the direct and indirect factors that the considers, you’re handicapping yourself and your business from achieving success on the world’s biggest marketplace.

It’s no longer realistic to put your products up on Amazon and expect success. You need to understand how the Amazon algorithm works exactly. Only then can you increase product visibility, sales velocity, and ranking.

Discover How to Optimize for Amazon’s Ranking Algorithm

Join our next sponsored ThinkTank webinar on Thursday, August 9 at 2 p.m. ET (11 a.m. PT) as we bring in Pat Petriello, former Amazonian and CPC Strategy’s Head of Marketplace Strategy.

Petriello will debunk common misconceptions and answer questions that brands have around Amazon and unpack the A9 ranking algorithm.

Discover:

  • Practical SEO tips on Amazon for tangible revenue increases.
  • The differences between Google and Amazon’s ranking algorithms.
  • The role Amazon’s A9 ranking algorithm plays in your Amazon strategy.
  • Direct and indirect factors that drive the A9 algorithm.
  • Tactics to influence the algorithm in your favor.

Learn Practical Amazon SEO Tips for Ecommerce Success

Following the presentation, SEJ Founder Loren Baker will host a live Q&A session.

Don’t miss out on the huge revenue opportunity that Amazon has to offer. Register for the webinar and learn how Amazon SEO works today.


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