Amazon's Merchandise Search Formula is a pretty simple process at its core. Initially, they pull the relevant results from their significant "catalog" of produced goods. Then, they form those results into an order that is "most relevant" to the person.
Alteration Rate: They are factors through which Amazon searches a statistically relevant result on conversion rates. Illustrations of conversion rate factors include customer reviews, quality of images and prices.
Relevancy: Relevancy factors notify A9 when should you consider your product page for a given search term. Relevance factors include your name and product description.
Client Satisfaction & Retention: How do you make the most money for a single customer? Cause them to become so happy that they come back again. Amazon knows that the key to max RPC is based on customer preservation. Client Retention factors include owner feedback and Order Problem Rate.
Revenue Rank: The most important rankings factors. Even now Amazon is testing a new feature in their search results where they automatically append a #1 Best-Seller banner to the best-selling product in category-specific searches. More sales mean higher rankings - and higher rankings mean more sales!
Customer Reviews: Just how you react to your customer reviews is huge as well. It will help the other customers to try your product once.
Answered Inquiries: This is one of those metrics that Amazon online doesn't specifically state they track. However it's data they have usage of and Q&A's are listed near the top of the item page, which typically means it's important for sales.
Image Size & Top quality: Amazon continues to tighten up their image size and quality policies for product listings. The categories that don't have a minimum of one image that is 1000x1000 pixels or bigger.