How can I find Amazon low compitition affiliate product/keyword?

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I am wondering how to find low competition amazon product or keyword? I am sure on one will share the list of low competition product list here so I need a plan or procedure how to find that for myself.

Thanks in advance
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  • Profile picture of the author Nubitol
    Well, without saying that mine is the best method, I usually check potential profit before competition. I consider the price, star ratings, customer reviews and trend (Google trend) in choosing a product. After that, I review the competition (monthly searches, PR, Youtube vids, etc). So far it works well for me.
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  • Profile picture of the author johnben1444
    Originally Posted by wordpressmania View Post

    I am wondering how to find low competition amazon product or keyword? I am sure on one will share the list of low competition product list here so I need a plan or procedure how to find that for myself.

    Thanks in advance
    Sabbir
    No one hands out his keyword here not because of greed but because it will become unprofitable for all.

    Simply glance through the product section of Amazon and research every product that fall under each categories until you arrive at a less competitive product.
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    • Profile picture of the author wordpressmania
      Originally Posted by johnben1444 View Post

      No one hands out his keyword here not because of greed but because it will become unprofitable for all.

      Simply glance through the product section of Amazon and research every product that fall under each categories until you arrive at a less competitive product.
      Thanks for your reply.. I am not asking the list of products... I am likely to know the process about finding good product that I can promote.. I am currently studying a lot of it and your suggestions can help me to make my dream live...
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    • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
      Originally Posted by johnben1444 View Post

      No one hands out his keyword here not because of greed but because it will become unprofitable for all.

      Simply glance through the product section of Amazon and research every product that fall under each categories until you arrive at a less competitive product.
      This. Nobody is going to simply hand out a list of keywords.
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  • Profile picture of the author starnoor
    me too warriors replies are helpful waiting for how to pick a product
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  • Profile picture of the author UMS
    First I look on Amazon Movers and Shakers to pick potential products that are doing well. You can also use eBay Pulse to get similar ideas.

    I tend to look for products that are over $100 and have a whole bunch of cheaper related accessories. The reason for this is you can increase your commission rate by selling more lower priced items.

    Then take your products/keywords over to Google Adwords Keyword Tool and check out the exact match local searches. I emphasise local, as you are generally targeting a specific country with Amazon (unless you do geo-redirection).

    Then collate the keywords that have a reasonable number of searches (there's no magic figure, but >1000 searches is a good starting point) and check out their search trend in Google Insights for search to ensure you aren't picking a keyword with downward search trend.

    Next you need to determine the difficultly in ranking for your keywords. There's a number of different ways of doing this.

    You can install SEO quake toolbar and inspect the PR, backlinks etc of the top 10 results.

    You can install the free version of Traffic Travis and get similar information.

    You can use SEO Majestic (or ahrefs) to check the backlinks for each of the sites.
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    • Profile picture of the author suwatchai s
      You can use the "Google Ad Words Traffic Estimator" for find the low competitor

      If you prefer to software I recommend to your 2 software for help you
      Paid
      1.Market Samurai
      Free
      2 Traffic Travis
      Above 2 software enough for your consider the Amazon low competitor

      :p
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  • Profile picture of the author johnben1444
    Visit Amazon and search any product in your mind, get the product name and head to Google Keyword Tool to start your research.

    You can browse through the categories of Amazon, ebay and still find profitable keyword/product to promote on amazon via your site.
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  • Profile picture of the author yanminis
    One technique is to do a google search with the following keywords and search operators to look for products with low reviews.

    Enter this into google:

    site:amazon.com intitle:"Toys & Games" "Price:$150..5000" "0..50 customer reviews"

    You can play with the search operators. intitle is for categories. Price and customer reviews are pretty obvious. The ".." search operator tells google to search between two ranges to display the results.

    There are more custom operators that you can use to pick for products that people are not looking for.

    PM and I'll share some other techniques with you.
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    • Profile picture of the author PerformanceMan
      Originally Posted by yanminis View Post

      One technique is to do a google search with the following keywords and search operators to look for products with low reviews.

      Enter this into google:

      site:amazon.com intitle:"Toys & Games" "Price:$150..5000" "0..50 customer reviews"

      You can play with the search operators. intitle is for categories. Price and customer reviews are pretty obvious. The ".." search operator tells google to search between two ranges to display the results.

      There are more custom operators that you can use to pick for products that people are not looking for.

      PM and I'll share some other techniques with you.
      That's a gem of a post right there
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  • Profile picture of the author yanminis
    Don't PM me guys. I don't have enough posts to reply back. Just put your questions here and I'll get back to you as soon as I can. Cheers.
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    • Profile picture of the author azmom07
      hey, do you want to share some more techniques for google search...when i put your search example with toys and games it works...but when I replace the category with a different one, it did not work.
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      • Profile picture of the author yanminis
        Originally Posted by azmom07 View Post

        hey, do you want to share some more techniques for google search...when i put your search example with toys and games it works...but when I replace the category with a different one, it did not work.
        The intitle operator is just an operator for a phrase inside the title of a website and in the case of amazon, the intitle is the category. To find the intitle of any product, just look at its category.

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    • Profile picture of the author azmom07
      Originally Posted by yanminis View Post

      Don't PM me guys. I don't have enough posts to reply back. Just put your questions here and I'll get back to you as soon as I can. Cheers.
      hi.. do you want to share some more techniques for google search...when i put your search example with toys and games it works...but when I replace the category with a different one, it did not work.
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  • Profile picture of the author yanminis
    Here is another one for you to check the bestsellers: "Amazon Bestsellers Rank:"+"price: $400..20000000"+"50..9999999999 Customer Reviews" site:amazon.com

    There are many search commands like that. You just need to know how to play with them.

    I also do analysis of the top 10 results shown to know which products are selling best using free tools like wonderwheel, google trends, adwords keyword tool, SEM Rush and some paid ones.

    I no longer go on amazon to sell amazon products. I do most of my researches off amazon and then just tell my VAs to write up the reviews.

    This is how the pros make money with amazon.
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    • Profile picture of the author mrehan
      Originally Posted by yanminis View Post

      Here is another one for you to check the bestsellers: "Amazon Bestsellers Rank:"+"price: $400..20000000"+"50..9999999999 Customer Reviews" site:amazon.com

      There are many search commands like that. You just need to know how to play with them.

      I also do analysis of the top 10 results shown to know which products are selling best using free tools like wonderwheel, google trends, adwords keyword tool, SEM Rush and some paid ones.
      Very useful info. Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author jasonli
    Thanks for the tips yan
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  • Profile picture of the author andy rodick
    First i check date, what season will happen in 2 next month, ex, winter i will set up new blog about jacket or anything else what people need in winter. Check the items in amazon with at least 4 stars review and then use semrush.com to find low competition keyword about jacket.
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