[AIO] How to create your own keywords for page monitor?

In this Tutorial...

We'll show you how to create your own keywords, if the website didn't provide the early link during the release, you have to use the Page Monitor feature in our Bot.

This is the page monitor field

In the Page Monitor, you must put keywords.

Example!

"Keyword1&Keyword2,Keyword3&Keyword4"

There are two symbols used in the keywords "," And "&"

"&": When you use it between two keywords

Example:

"Keyword1&keyword2", the Bot will add the item to cart if both keywords exist in its name if only one found the Bot will not attempt to add to cart.

",": Used to put Multiple Sets of keywords.

Example:

"Keyword1&Keyword2,Keyword3&Keyword4"

It means if the Bot didn't find Keyword1&keyword2 it will try to find Keyword3&Keyword4.

3 Scenarios!

We're going to do a demonstration on a real item "Nike Zoom Kobe Icon". Now we're going to put Keywords for that item, let's put multiple scenarios:

  • Scenario 1: What if the website didn't provide the full name of the Item and put it as "Nike Kobe Icon"
  • Scenario 2: What if the website provided the full name of the Item and put it as "Nike Zoom Kobe Icon"
  • Scenario 3: What if the Website provided the first three words of the item "Nike Zoom Kobe".

So the keyword would be like this:

"Nike&Kobe&icon,Nike&Zoom&Kobe&icon,Nike&Zoom&Kobe,"             

Caution!

 *** Don't Use General Keywords like Nike&Zoom or Nike&Kobe ***

You must enter these keywords in the Page Monitor field, exactly like in the screenshot:

Remark!

Check this article to see how you can create keywords for Finishline.

Caution!

Use Keywords only when you can't find early links and never use Page Monitor and Early Link Together

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  • In the example provided in the picture, I can see that Nike&Zoom is used as a keyword for page monitor. Didn't the guide just say to NOT use general keywords such as this? Just trying to clear the air. Thank you.

  • Hello, Jeromie!

    Yes, we're trying to make it clear for you, so we provided it in the example above. 

    When you use a comma between two keywords, it means that the Bot will try to find the first one, if it didn't, it will try to find the second one immediately. 

    Thank you for your support, Sir!

  • What about numbers? Do you type them out or use the numeral?

  • Hello!
    No, you type them exactly as shown on the site! (if they are numbers, you put numbers, and vice versa)

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