Hands down, the two most important factors in ranking any site is:
The first half of this post will be going through exactly how to set up your anchor texts.
The 2nd half will be all about getting thousands of articles ready for GSA.
There will be step-by-step instructions here, so get ready
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Anchor text is crucial to ranking your Amazon page.
Non-coincidentally, the logic behind the anchor text setup is very similar to what you would do when using PBNs to rank – we’ve just scaled it up to work for our tool
(Remember: The tool is only as powerful as the user!)
Anyhow, let’s get down to biz niz.
First, setup a spreadsheet and set each of the following points as the heading of a column:
(Lazy? No worries, we’ve got you covered. Download our pre-made spreadsheet here).
It should look like this:
Great, now let’s begin to populate each column (the rows in bracket give you an indication of how many lines you’ll need to populate. Remember, these are just approximates).
Targeted Keyword (1 row) – This one should be obvious. Use your main keyword here. We are gunning for “portable carport garage” in our example, so that’s what we’re putting in
Partial Matches (4-7 rows) – These are basically combinations of your KW + <amazon variation>.
Examples include: amazon.com carport garage, or carport http://www.amazon.com
URL + URL Variations (4-7 rows) – these include things such as:
Secondary Keywords (3 rows) – These are additional terms that you can rank for. Choose up to 3 additional, and relevant terms.
LSI Keywords (800 – 1000 rows) – These build relevance for your amazon page, and also helps you rank for long tail keywords. Get anywhere between 800-1000 of these badboys. You can use either ubersuggest (free), or ScrapeBox. We’ll go into more details on this below.
There are 2 tools that we use to help us get 800-1000 LSI keywords. The first is ubersuggest, which is free. The second, which you should all own if you are serious with SEO, is ScrapeBox.
I’ll start with the free one – ubersuggest.
You ever type something in Google and see a bunch of keywords popup?
This the Auto-Suggest feature.
Ubersuggest’s proclaimed tagline is “suggest on steroids”, and it’s true.
This is how you use them:
ScrapeBox saves quite a bit of time as compared to the ubersuggest method.
If you don’t own ScrapeBox yet, make sure to pick it up through this link ($40 discount).
(Note: this discount code is courtesy of Black Hat World)
Here’s how you use it:
Alright! By now your template should be fully populated. If you’re stumped, download our free template at the bottom of this post to see how we filled in data for our carport example.
Kontent Machine (KM) is by far our favourite tool on the market right now for creating GSA content. It integrates well with GSA and the article quality is decent.
We’ve tested both Wicked Article Creator and Content Foundry and none of them come close to KM.
Tools you’ll need to run Kontent Machine
Kontent Machine (obviously!)
You’ll also need a spinner to use with KM (there is a default one that comes with it, but frankly, it’s junk). We recommend SpinRewriter 4.0.
Finally, if you don’t have proxies (which you’ll need for GSA anyway), you can get them here at BuyProxies. If you’re just starting, I’d get the 30 semi-dedicated ones.
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Creating Content for GSA
Here is a recap on the tools we used for this part of the training.
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Well then head on over to Part 4, where we spill ALL our secrets on our GSA Setup