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{Found} The BEST Keyword Tool

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by HighTop123, Jul 17, 2013.

  1. HighTop123

    HighTop123 Junior Member

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    After hours of research ( well 2 10 hour days) I have come to the modest conclusion that the two best keyword tools are:
    -Stealth Keyword Competition Analyzer/ Stealth Keyword Digger
    -Ultimate Niche finder

    Other keyword tools I have tried which I think are either a rip off or just simply not as good as the two above are:
    SEMRush
    Wordtracker
    Market Samurai
    Wordstream
    keyword spy


    Can anyone help me with which is better UNF or SKCA? Or, if you think there is another good one let me know!

    Thanks
     
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  2. Techxan

    Techxan Elite Member

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    I downloaded SKCA here, and promptly bought it.

    I find it very helpful.
     
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  3. HighTop123

    HighTop123 Junior Member

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    Where is here? Do you have a link?

    I though SKCA was no longer available for download....
     
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  4. Mulct

    Mulct Newbie

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    I personally use UNF extensively. I use it mostly to find long tail keywords.
     
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    Long Tail Pro isn't on your list....more research needed.
     
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  6. HighTop123

    HighTop123 Junior Member

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    Thanks I'll check it out I have heard a lot of people on here mention it. I cannot see how anything can be better than SKCA though;
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YrtaAn6AXJg

    EDIT: No way is Long Tail Pro better in my eyes. Although I have only just watched a quick video about it I think right off the bat its not as good. Where are they getting their results from? Google maybe. In SKCA you actually import the figures from Google Keyword Tool.

    Also from what I can see it does not give you an overview of which keywords are easy to rank for or not. In SKCA you have a simple; Terrible/Good etc column. If you are looking through 500+ keywords this saves a lot of time.

    Just my 2 cents
     
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    izkech Regular Member

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    SHA256: 282d9c4bf7a539a1e60a8121d876d1b869c22445f9199ff1a2d611116f55f31f
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  9. Techxan

    Techxan Elite Member

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    It depends on what you are doing keyword research for. SKCA's rating system at first seems superior, but it has a serious flaw,. It will consider anything a bad keyword if it has no commercial intent.

    This will give you the impression that you cannot rank for a word that is very easy to rank for.

    Why would you want to rank a word with no commercial intent?

    For traffic. Adsense sites need to target keywords to bring in people looking for information as opposed to having someone visit in order to make a purchase.

    I have both, and use both, but I use SLCA more. You just have to understand the results.
     
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    I have found SKCA gives "amazing" results to keywords that don't really deserve it. Almost all the "amazing" keywords I get back, throw them into market samurai, and realize that they are nothing close to amazing (incredibly high competition).

    It really isn't that accurate IMO. The stats are nice, but the keyword status is misleading. My favorite is a combo between LTP Platinum and Market Samurai. Everyone has their opinion though
     
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    thanks for your opinion.. maybe a bit of detail on why would be helpful?
     
  13. HighTop123

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    I have just spoken to[FONT=verdana, geneva, lucida, lucida grande, arial, helvetica, sans-serif] [/FONT]Alex Safie who created SKCA and its off the market for now as 'its going through a major update so to some changes that Google implemented recently'.

    So I'll go for UNF for now. What I also wanted to mention, what bmills commented on, was of course after using the software and getting good keywords is to check double check them.

    If I am looking for 5 keywords I'll get 20 from UNF, find the best ones the software points out then look at the top 10 competition for each keyword, then decide. What I look at is:

    -The number of Exact Match Keyword Domains
    -How many pages have a PR of 3 and above
    -How many pages have the keyword in their description/titile
     
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    Disappointing research. SECockpit clearly rules.
     
  15. Techxan

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    Have you ever tried to rank the words it suggests?

    I did, and it went straight to number 6 on the front page of Google with nothing but on page SEO and a few links to get it indexed in 3 weeks. It is number 7 now. According to market samurai, it should have been fairly difficult. (predominately red in the off page, DA of existing sites 4 out of 10 with over 5 years. Severely out gunned in the backlinking. Two of them are 10 years old)

    Yet there I sit, above someone with 20,000 backlinks, and I have 20 from 1 domain. AND it is a new single page website I built as an SEO experiment.

    I own market samurai, and IMO it is junk. I have had it for years, back when it was a beast. When they went to bing for their information, they gutted the program.
     
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    i'd prefer UNF because its sound good for me