Partner Process

Partner Process


Our full Amazon marketing solution is designed for businesses looking to expand both inside and outside of Amazon. Growing their brand presence across multiple digital channels and platforms, creating real long-term brand equity in the process. On this page we’ll explain exactly how we’ve built 7 figure brands on Amazon and helped others grow 200-800% a year through ROI focused organic marketing. If you have any questions about this process or the partner application process please feel free to get in touch at the bottom of this page. Our Amazon marketing management services have achieved some unmatched results for our clients. To start we’ll reference some of our case studies & results, more of which can be seen here.


This case study shows the impact we had on a brand new premium supplements brand. The partner was a brand new business without an online presence of any sort. Within 6 months we were able to grow profits from zero to $55,000/month in sales on Amazon solely, generating an 11X ROI within this time.


The below screenshot is from another health brand we’ve partnered with. This partner is in a very different niche, but saw even greater results as it was not a brand new product line. Growing from $1,700/day in sales to well in excess of $6,000/day. Generating a 23X ROI (based on revenue).



Our core goal with our full eCommerce partners is to generate a 10X ROI within 12-18 months. Brand new brands can take slightly longer, although as you can see from the first screenshot above, it is possible to grow these at a very rapid rate, assuming quality products, branding and processes are in place. We work on one of two arrangements. The first is a simple monthly retainer, which varies based on the campaign’s specific structure, what the brand needs, where we can see quick positive ROI opportunities and more. These campaigns start from $4,500/month. The second is a legal equity agreement. For more information on how we work please get in touch via the contact form at the bottom of this page.


The overall campaign process varies from brand to brand, all strategies are built custom by our internal team, but there are some core strategies and systems that remain the same regardless of brand variation.

Amazon On-Page Optimisation

On-page optimisation of every individual product listing on the Amazon account including each of the following elements;

  1. Keyword Research
  2. Competition Analysis
  3. Copywriting
  4. Title creation
  5. Bullet Point Optimisation
  6. Description Writing
  7. Search term creation.


Organic rankings are directly related to sales – the more sales you can make in a given period, the higher your product will rank inside of Amazon’s A9 Algorithm. Sales with a discount larger than 20% do not increase organic rankings, which is one of the elements that Amazon changed in 2017 and cost sellers millions in lost funds, yet people still continue to use this method. In my opinion this harms your brand’s equity far more than the simple loss in monetary terms. Instead we built a process called keyword focused sales – This is what you can see in detail on our single campaign order page.


Organic Ranking Results – 18,000/Month search term. Screenshot from

Timing Is Key

Timing of these keyword focused sales is ultimately what will rank products. Timing sales over a 5-15 day period can result in extremely positive movement in organic rankings for specific terms. When implementing this for multiple keywords, across multiple ASIN’s of a brand, you can quickly and effectively increase the overall rankings and hence revenue of a brand. Such as the screenshot below which shows a product ranking 34th initially, which has since moved into 3rd position, 10X’ing sales in the process.


Another strategy we implement (in select cases) is the paid content placement route. For example, as timing is everything, we pay for a spot in popular large traffic websites for a period of 7-14 days. Sites that are already attracting super-hot traffic for that type of product. For instance, sites such as: (vitamin C niche) or (mattress niche). These are sites built by people in our industry and even some close personal friends to the company, which makes negotiating placements a lot easier. The strategy for placement is to simply advertise in these positions instead of competitor products. The fees can range from $500 up to $4000+ but generally fall in the $800 range per month. This will drive pre-sold customers to the Amazon product page, resulting in a very easy increase in sales.


Above is a very large overview of what’s included in specific campaigns but our core Amazon account management service hinges on a process we’ve built and coined as “RANK”. RANK is the process we’ve developed over the past 2 years of testing, refining and streaming rankings in Amazon. As the majority of profits for Amazon businesses come through organic search, it’s essential to implement the majority of your resources into improving these organic rankings. The algorithm that manages all organic rankings within Amazon is called A9. This isn’t like many other algorithms, it’s also something we’ve done extensive research on and have an industry leading content piece on, which you can view here. But in short, A9 is very different from Google, Youtube or any other search algorithm. As a result, it’s very difficult to analyse and manipulate. Based on this research we built the RANK methodology. In essence it’s a ranking solution for Amazon sellers, that we’ve used to successfully rank 350+ products within Amazon over the past 2 years. It’s entirely based on our extensive research in the Amazon SEO fields, which has allowed us to find which techniques actually genuinely drive results and which are simply a myth, drawing a line between us and others when it comes to results. The RANK process has 2 core stages.

Stage 1; Keyword Research, Competition Analysis & Listing Optimisation

This stage involves everything that goes onto a listing itself. Commonly called; on-page optimisation or copywriting. This stage includes everything that is complete before a product starts selling on Amazon. This does not matter if the stock has been launched on Amazon in the past, we complete the on-page optimisation element regardless of whether you make zero sales a month, or 100,000+. At this stage, we optimise the listings for conversions in line with Amazon’s algorithm. We do this in the following way:

1). Keyword Research

The first part of any successful optimisation campaign is keyword research. This includes determining what keywords we are looking to rank inside of Amazon’s search engine both long and short term. The more competitive the keywords, the more profitable they will be long term, but the more difficult they will be to rank in the first place. We start with a process called: common sense. This involves simply analysing what the potential keywords would be for a specific product. Having close to 10 years experience with keyword research, this has now become second nature for the company. Once we are out of ideas we move onto the next keyword research stage. Next is Google’s Keyword Planner. This is a piece of software that generates keyword ideas from seed keywords. Taking our seed keywords from the process above we can use Google’s tool to generate hundreds of variations and more importantly other keyword ideas that may not have been picked up during the first step. The Google keyword planner is the smartest tool. Although it is not directly related to Amazon, during the final keyword research stage we can get mostly accurate data for monthly search volumes inside of Amazon. By this point we have a large sample of keywords related to your product(s). The final stage of keyword research involves using a proprietary keyword research tool we have built in-house. This tool pulls data directly from Amazon and performance semantic intelligence on these keywords to come up with variations that you can not find by simply typing variations into Amazon. By the end of the keyword research phase, we usually have between 50-500 keywords, depending on the campaign, that we can use in the PPC (pay per click) campaign later on, as well as in the listing optimisation.

2). Optimisation Of Product Listings (Onpage Optimisation)

Part 2 of stage 1 is the optimisation of the product listings. This is, of course, essential for long term Amazon profits, ensuring you rank for the correct keywords once we move onto the next stage of the campaign. Our optimisation works as follows: Optimisation of an Amazon listing requires implementing your keywords and copy in such a way to, on one hand, rank highly in Amazon, but on the other, to convert visitors into customers. We optimise keywords in the following way:

  • Title – The title is the most important place to implement your primary keywords. We want to build listing titles that both draw attention for users but also contain a number of our primary keywords.
  • Bullet Points – The bullet points are essential for copy. Many Amazon consultants miss this key element, only writing for the search engines. With over 5 years of experience writing ads, we pull principles from experts such as Cialdini, Luntz, Ariely, Ries and many more. The aim is to write bullet points primarily for users, but also to write these to implement our keywords without affecting readability or conversions.
  • Search Terms – After the title, the search terms in the back-end of your listing should be optimised for specific profitable keywords related to your product.
  • Description – The product description is where we can be more free in our keyword usage. 90% of buyers in Amazon do not fully read product descriptions. And 80% make an instant buying decision based on reviews, price and images. This means that we want to write these descriptions with the final 5% in mind, talking more about the story of the business, whilst at the same time liberally including all of our remaining keywords we have yet to implement into the listing.
  • Benefit Driven Images – BDI’s are images that show the featured benefits of a product in the image itself. This improves conversions by around 30% in almost every case when correctly implemented. A very simple tactic to implement and since 90%+ of consumers do not fully read an Amazon listing, we should be looking to get across as many positive benefits of the product in the images themselves.
  • Copywriting – Another essential element to a high converting Amazon listing is having the right type of copy. We build the listings from a copy first, optimisation second mentality. Increasing the percentage of people who hit your listing who go on to buy.

3). Competition Analysis

Another element to the pre-launch is analysing the competition to reverse engineer profitability (as well as time to rank). We use tools such as Helium 10 to analyse the competition and see if there is a large enough market for our keywords.


Once the listing has been optimised, we need to solve the second, most difficult part of Amazon’s ranking algorithm, this is generating real sales related back to your primary keywords. As mentioned earlier on this page, these KWFS act as trust signals to Amazon, signalling what specific keywords this product should be ranking for. Keyword focused sales themselves involves leveraging the single largest Amazon ranking factor (full priced, real sales through organic search). You can see a full range of our KWFS results and case studies on this page. If you would like to benefit from our unmatched Amazon experience but don’t want to be a full partner, you can also simply buy rankings for your products, allowing you to focus your time and attention where it’s needed while the profits from your Amazon products keep growing. For more serious prospects looking to partner with us, feel free to get in touch below and let us know any questions you have.