Amazon associates keywords with certain products. These keywords are called indexed keywords. Today we would like to show you how to identify these indexed keywords using the Helium 10 Index Checker Tutorial. This can help you to achieve better visibility. After the tutorial, we would also like to introduce you to the Helium 10 offers that include the Index Checker. Finally, we also share our own experiences. Here you can also get information directly from Helium 10.
What to look for in the Helium 10 Index Checker Guide
In the first step of the Helium 10 Index Checker Tutorial, we will show you what you need before you identify the indexed keywords. After that, we will focus on finding a product ASIN. We will also introduce you to two other Helium 10 tools that will help you work with the Index Checker. Then comes the important part: the actual search with the tool and the analysis of the results.
1. What you need for Index Checker
In the beginning, it is important that you have an ASIN on the one hand and a few keywords that you want to check on the other. You can import an ASIN from Cerebro or Frankenstein, for example. But you can also find them on Amazon. We will therefore show you how the whole thing works.
2. How to find an ASIN
After you have opened Amazon, you can select any product and copy the ASIN of the corresponding listing. You will find it at the bottom of the listing. With the Helium 10 Chrome Extension you will also receive further information in addition to the ASIN. You can find a detailed article on the Chrome Extension here. We also have a short tutorial for setting up the extension available for you.
3. How you benefit from Cerebro and Frankenstein
To find keywords, you can use Helium 10 Cerebro. To do this, you need to copy the ASIN into the tool and start the search. The results can still be a bit confusing after searching with Cerebro, which is why you can use Frankenstein to further narrow down the selection. For more information, you can find articles on Cerebro and Frankenstein in our blog.
4. Start Index Checker
Once you have narrowed down the keyword list using Frankenstein, you can move on to the next step. To do this, you need to open the Index Checker tool. Enter an ASIN and the keyword list. Make sure that there are no duplicates in the list. If this is the case, you can remove them in Frankenstein with the command “Remove Duplicates”. Then you can start the search. With the help of the green bar, you can monitor how far the search for indexed keywords has progressed.
5. Analyse results
You can tell whether the tool has finished the analysis by the fact that the green bar is no longer visible. The indexed keywords are finally marked with a tick. The keywords with a minus sign, on the other hand, are not indexed. The type of indexing is also displayed. Keywords can be indexed as “Traditional”, “Field-ASIN” or “Storefront”. With the help of the seller ID, you can also find out whether other sellers are illegally using your brand for their own backend data. You can find the seller ID in the Amazon listing of the respective product.
Helium 10 Index Checker Cost
You can access Index Checker six times in the free* Helium 10 offer. In addition, the tool is included in the following plans:
- Platinum Plan $99: 150x per month
- Diamond Plan $249: 300x per month
- Elite Plan $399: 500x per month
If you want to save money when using Helium 10, we also have a tip for you: With our Helium 10 code you can save 50% in the first month or 10% every month! You can find all the information here*.
Helium 10 Experience
Helium 10 Index Checker is a useful addition for every seller. Because the tool determines the indexed keywords, you can optimise your own Amazon listing. As an Amazon agency, we have often made use of this option. The interaction of the various tools such as Cerebro, Frankenstein and the Index Checker is another reason why Helium 10 is currently the most promising Amazon SEO tool on the market. The good thing about the Index Checker tool is also that every step is comprehensible and uncomplicated. Therefore, we can only recommend that you find out for yourself which keywords are the best for your listing!
These were all the important steps you need to follow in the Helium 10 Index Checker Tutorial. Do you have any further questions about the tool or Amazon SEO in general? Then please feel free to contact us. We are always available to help and advise you. Feel free to send us a message – without obligation, of course.
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