How does Amazon pick products when we search for them?
Do they go by biggest selling, average rating, whatever they think they can make more money on? For instance, if I search for "Static-X," will Amazon give me the band's newest record, it's best selling album or what? (Also, does anybody know how he gets his hair to stay sticking up like that?)
Hi, amazon work on a simple method to google. The sellers use what is commonly known as SEO or Search Engine Optimisation. It is a common cycle. Amazon sellers personalise the page of the product by filling in the title and basically informing the seller on everything they need to know about the product (i.e category, condition, etc...) Then Amazon can easily sort between products.
For example, if you typed in "red football". Although not all the products would be red footballs, they would be strongly related in some way.
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