How to use the Keysearch Tool

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How to use the Keysearch Tool

Have you ever found yourself needing to search for image inspiration on Amazon, only to get lost in a sea of tabs and information?

Lista’s Keysearch Tool is here to make keyword search easier!

With our Keysearch Tool, you can search for image inspiration straight from Amazon’s search results.

Here's how it works in 4 steps:

  1. Choose a Category

    First, choose a category that you're interested in. This could be anything from home decor to electronics to pet supplies.

    • We have a wide range of categories to choose from, so you're sure to find something that suits your needs.
  2. Search a Keyword

    Next, search for a keyword or keyword phrase that you're interested in. For example, if you're looking for inspiration for a new kitchen gadget, you could search for "kitchen gadgets" or "kitchen tools".

  3. Browse the Grid

    Once you've entered your search term, you'll see the first page of Amazon results, but through a grid of listing images.

    • This makes it easy to browse through and find inspiration quickly.
  4. Click an Image

    If you see an image that you like, simply click on it to access a page that contains all of the listing images, copy, and EBC for that particular listing.

    • This allows you to compare competitors' images and get inspiration for your products.

The purpose of this tool is to enable you to search for inspiration and compare competitors' images without having to open 10 individual tabs and switch between them. We know that time is precious, and we want to make your life as easy as possible.

if you're looking for an easy and efficient way to search for image inspiration on Amazon, then give Lista's Keysearch Tool a try.

We're confident it will save you time and make your life easier.

You can also check our video tutorial here:

Do you have any questions or need further assistance? Don't hesitate to contact our support team or post your questions in our Lista Discord Community.

Happy searching!