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Anyone Tried Alexas' Keyword Difficulty Tool?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Linalin, Feb 10, 2018.

  1. Linalin

    Linalin Regular Member

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    Hey Y'all,
    I found out about Alexas' keyword difficulty tool; while searching for difficulty tools in general.

    What I can not find however, are reviews. Anyone tried it? How does it compare to the others?
     
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    knopper Power Member Premium Member

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    I'm not aware of the tool. But, any keyword tool you use make sure you check the competition manually. KW difficulty finders cannot give you appropriate stats as they cannot crawl the hidden PBNs which are used by most of the webmasters in the SEO industry.
     
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  3. Linalin

    Linalin Regular Member

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    True that (about manually checking), But some difficulty checkers help lessen the load. Some recommend SEMRUSHs' difficulty tool, but I've found it quite inaccurate :/ .
     
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    wisdomkid Elite Member

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    Apart from alexa rankings, I don't trust anything from alexa..
     
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    knopper Power Member Premium Member

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    I agree. Personally i use Keysearch, previously i have used KWfinder.
     
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  6. Linalin

    Linalin Regular Member

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    I couldn't use research; due to the lack of google.com.ng (I'm Nigerian), I find Kwfinder a good try, but as you said, manual usually beats the crowd of em.