Prestozon provides automated bid suggestions and focused analytics for Amazon PPC ads.
The suggested bids are customized for each keyword. Users can click to accept the suggestion and Prestozon will make the change in Seller Central.
Other features include a complete bid history and performance charts per keyword, reallocation of ad spend from bad keywords to good ones, and easier identification of negative keywords from search terms.
Bid suggestions and automation take your bid history into account. This means that instead of averaging performance across bids, Prestozon analyzes how a keyword performs at each bid and makes a precise suggestion. Choose to review each custom keyword suggestion or automatically apply them.
Custom Keyword Rules
Find and Move New Keywords
Customize the algorithms to search for profitable or costly search terms across campaigns and create those keywords or negatives right in Prestozon. No more digging in Search Term Reports! We remove the tedious tasks so you can focus on your strategy. Easily shift ad spend from bad keywords to profitable ones.
Setup Tool for Campaigns and Rules
Use our groundbreaking turnkey campaign structure setup tool, 1-Click Setup. Specify your SKUs and budgets and let us set up your campaigns and keyword-movement rules in a structure that facilitates search term isolation. (Learn more about search term isolation.)
Suggestions for Keywords and Negatives
Automated analysis of every search term generates custom suggestions for negatives and new keywords. Fresh suggestions are made as soon as a keyword gathers enough data.
Powerful and Flexible Analytics
Clear, consolidated analytics help you drill down from the big picture to the most specific search terms. Consolidate data across any ad groups and campaigns, enabling better and faster decisions.
Broad Amazon Support
Global Support for Amazon
Support for Sponsored Products, Sponsored Brands and Sponsored Display ads, all with a global reach: Prestozon works in all marketplaces with Amazon API support including Europe, UK, Canada, India, Japan, and the US.