its me again and I can't stop asking questions. I'm wondering if there is something similar to super URLs but not for keywords but the amazon categories. There are products I'd like to optimize within a category. So I did a search within this category to find this book, and had a look at the parameters.
So here is an example:http://www.amazon.com/Silent-Girls-Eric-Rickstad-ebook/dp/B00HYMDS9M/ref=sr_1_16?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1436770520&sr=1-16
This book is ranked quite good in one kindle books category. The canonical URL for this product is "http://www.amazon.com/The-Silent-Girls-Eric-Rickstad-ebook/dp/B00HYMDS9M
". So the parameters we see must represent in some way my navigation to find the product.
&sr=1-16: this looks like the search result page (the book is ranked 16.)
&ie=UTF8: quite easy, its the encoding
&s=digital-text: maybe a category item? digital text could represent "kindle books"?
&qid=1436770520: seems to be a "query id", maybe to resolve for what I was navigation to
So far I can't figure out if there is a way to optimize URLs for amazon categories. Maybe somebody already has been here and would like to share his or hers ideas on the issue?