In this sentence "because Amazon Suggest keywords are so laser-targeted, they tend to convert great.", what does "laser-target" mean?
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Laser is used in combination with other words as an intensifier, like in laser-focused for instance.
Laser-targeted means carefully and precisely targeted on specific markets, issues, strategies etc.
A laser is best known for being a very precise and narrow beam of light. Terms such as "laser-guided precision", whether being literal or not, make use of this fact.
In your sentence, Amazon are merely stating that their suggested keywords are very precise for the user.