Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by bluesky43, Dec 29, 2008.
Can anyone suggest a good tool for keyword research? Thanks
This one is really good
Thanks! I really appreciate the help
i second keywordspy and market samurai..
Yes, Market Samurai is really good, also try Micro Niche Finder.
Let me show you some good keywored research tools.
For General KEyword Research:
Freekeywords.wordtracker.com ( to know how many searches per day)
suppose: we search some term in above tool its shows daily 25-30 searches
then we condider this as the following:
30*8=240 searches in google
30*12=360 in Yahoo
30*20= total internet searches daily so we can grab exact data using as per i know i dont use paid versions of keyword tools as per i know they does not ptoduce accurate data Frequently . As per my expeience Keyword Spy
Updates only once in a month i hope that tools are not good for niche miners.
Hope this will helps for u
and dont go for Overture Keyword tools its waste of time
if any thing else plz use google adwords keyword suggestion tool
Market Samurai and Micro Niche Finder
thanks this was really helpful
I'm usual use this https://adwords.google.com/select/KeywordToolExternal
But spy is the best
The first thing I do is head over to adsenseheaven dot com - I buy the 8000 keyword list for $9.99 (updated monthly). What this gives me is the top 8000 most expensive adword keywords. So if I am going to be creating an autoblog I want to be setting it up using keywords which advertisers are going to want to spend big bucks on them! This one step will put you ahead of 90% of the competition Im sure. When I first started out I used to do keyword research and make blogs usings adsense clicks around 30cents - $1.50 ish. There is no need, now per click I get about $5 (when I set it up right that is).
Second thing I do is correlate a keyword I find from Adsense Heaven between MicroNicheFinder and Keyword Elite and the free google tool.
MNF and KE are both excellent tools, but both have flaws which the other sorts out. So whereas I would find a high paying keyword in adsense heaven, I go to the free google tool to get longtails and confirm this with MNF. I then go to Keyword Elite to check people are actually clicking on the ads (no point in finding a keyword where advertisers are paying $70 a click if nobody actually clicks on them - waste of time).
As an example of this correlation process, I found that "mortgage leads" were paying really well. I used MNF and KE to confirm people were actually clicking on the ads and that is worth my time setting up a blog. In the end it was, so I setup this really quickly:
It is by no means polished, and Ive not really optimised it yet, I need to work on it - but for the sake of $9.99 and a couple of hours work it does the job.
Buy MNF, its good software, I think the guys that wrote it is a member of this forum. There is a free version of KE floating about somewhere on this forums.
Hope that helps!
I personally use Market Samurai. Its not just a keyword tool. It also can has the following features:
1. Tells you how many sites have "your" keyword in their title
2. If you had an api key from SEO Digger (no longer online) you can still use it to generate the long tailed keywords...but like I said, you have to already have an old account.
3. Gives you the option to view the searches for broad, phrase and exact specifically.
4. Has trends info
5. Uses Microsofts OCI
6. Gives you your adwords competition, CPC, CTR, Adwords Traffic and a few more stats.
7. Has a very intricate keyword filtering system
8. Lets you check your seo competitions details for your keyword
9. Lets you grab and content from a variety of main sources including video based around your keyword and also tells you how many sites have that content online already.
10. Helps you find one way backlinks with page rank
And there are more features coming but not yet available called Publish Content, Monetization and Adwords.
I purchased this a while back for $67 but now its $149. I haven't checked out the MS offered here and not sure if you can still get the updates if you take that route.
The creators update MS frequently and have come a long way since I first got it. I think it will be one of the top keyword tools available if not already.
They have a 40 day free trial...you should check that out.
I haven't tried Micro Niche Finder so I can't comment on that.
Hope this helps and good luck.
hmmm....Ive heard a lot about market samuri, Ill have to sign up for their free trial then, thanks JJ
Its quite funny actually - autoblogging kind of reminds me of baking a cake... its all in the preperation - get your keyword right and you're set!
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