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best software for keyword research?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by sayanora, Jul 23, 2011.

  1. sayanora

    sayanora BANNED BANNED

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    anyone know of some good software for keyword research nowadays, traffic travis no longer shows backlinks for competition analysis :(
     
  2. edgematch

    edgematch Elite Member

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    market samurai, micro niche finder, google keywords tool
     
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    Market samurai is awesome.Start its trial or buy it.If you want you can use crack Go download section and download it ;)
     
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    purewealthinc Regular Member

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    Google keywords tool is the best choice mate..

    Just like Some millionaires said: No NEED for fancy or expenssive Tool, just use google keywords Tool.. Learn it, study it and master it..

    Once done.. rinse and repeat and we are becoming one of those adsense guru millionaires!
     
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    SERP attacks is almost identical to Traffic Travis but better, it has more free features and greater limits
     
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    I'm kind of partial to the Keyword Tool Dominator.