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Rank Master will help your Amazon product ranking! Get found in searches and be at the top of the page. Focus on your customer base and become #1 in your niche. See what keywords Amazon actually associates with your product. Optimize your Amazon product listing with this keyword tool. Become better than your competitors by focusing on your customers and ranking higher in searches. More sales with a targeted customer base and the right keywords. Rank Master's Long Tail Keyword tool helps find the best keywords that you are missing out on. Using Amazon's real time search results, you can uncover the top searches with the most volume. Use these keywords to narrow your keywords and focus on customers that will actually lead to a sell. Long tail keywords help you get more precise keywords that will better describe your product and help you be better found. Added some keywords but still not seeing your product? Rank Master's Keyword Indexer tool will let you know if the keywords you have added are associated with your product. Maybe you need to add more, or Amazon has not updated their index of your product yet. We give you a simple yes or no if your product is found with a keyword or not. Use a list of comma separated words or even phrases. Find the keywords you show up for. Most importantly, find what page you are really on! The Page Rank tool will search page by page and can even show you the real page you show up on. Others take your rank and just divide it by pages or similar. We take into account Amazon's real search algorithm and ranking tools to get the actual page number the product shows up on. Use all of these tools to better understand your product and master your rank. Get Started: 1 - Create an Account. Name, email, and password is all that is required. 2 - Add a Product. Enter your product's ASIN and we will load the rest. 3 - Start searching! Find your current rank, current keywords, and look for more keywords.