Have you ever thought about how cool it would be to have a tool for tracking any sort of organic search? Of course you have. In fact, I can guarantee that everybody in this field of work is using organic search trackers to keep track of the number of people coming through your website.
But there may not be a tool for everything you need available to you at the time you need it. In this case, let’s say you want a tool that tracks your organic search rankings in Amazon, but you either can’t find on that works well enough for you, or you can’t find one at all. Well, you won’t need to worry, because you can actually build your own organic search rank tracking tool by utilizing Kimono Labs and excel.
And it’s free, too.
Nathan Grimm has a post on Moz.com where he will show us exactly how to do create this tool that you can use to track your Amazon organic search traffic. Also in his post, he explains the pros and cons of rank tracking, what sort of searches you’ll want to monitor, building a scraper, and placing all your data in Excel.
There really is quite a lot of detail in this post for those interested in keeping track of their organic search through Amazon. If you are interested, you can check out the article on the Moz Blog, or you can follow the provided link below.