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Google Keyword Tool say 390 monthly search MNF say me 22200 monthly search who believe?

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  1. maxken75

    maxken75 Senior Member

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    Google Keyword Tool say 390 monthly search MNF say me 22200 monthly search who believe?
    this keyword is in exact mode and local search.
    also you have this kind of problem when search for keyword?
     
  2. maxken75

    maxken75 Senior Member

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    And now MS say me seot 374 in exact mode. who believe google, mnf or ms?

    this keyword is 5 words long are possible?
     
  3. pirondi

    pirondi Power Member

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    I am using just the Old google keyword tool,i got a lot of bad experiencies with the new one..

    Try to use Google insight,pick a keyword that has 10/20k and compare to this keyword,and if the differences got too big,then google is right.

    Google insight never failed to me.
     
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    maxken75 Senior Member

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    So Old google keyword tool is more attendible than new keyword tool in your opinion? experience? because the same keyword
    old keyword tool exact mode 22200 monthly search
    new keyword tool exact mode 770 monthly search
    i dont' understand
     
  5. lucius

    lucius Power Member

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    i am glad some body raised this point because i notice this inconsistency too with MNF. but unfortunately have got no clue why something like this would happen! and if I were to match every KW from MNF with the google tool, it kind of defeats the purpose of using a KW tool, doesn't it? I hope someone can answer :)
     
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    MS gives scores on a daily basis. So if it writes 374, multiply it by 30. In my opinion new AW KWT is better than the old one.

    Pirondi; can you please explain what does that mean? Will I pick up any keyword? Could you write what you mean in an explicit way? Thanks.
     
  7. jesdon2

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    Have read several posts in the last couple of days that talk about this. The word from SearchEngineWatch is that Google "quietly" updated the algorithm on their new keyword tool and those numbers are lower and more accurate. Tried talking to MNF support about this yesterday and they were no help at all.

    You can see the article here http://searchenginewatch.com/3641314

    There is also a large thread on WF talking about this and most people over there are leaning towards the new numbers being more accurate as well.
     
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    I had posted a few days ago here in the forum where this topic was raised. As jesdon2 said based on article read,
    Google's new keyword tool brings (I do believe) a more accurate number of search volume do to the change in the algorithms (update).

    By no means I would not considerate the results from MS and MNF. They are more niche finding oriented than Google (+ topics).
    And considering the long-tail keyword this is I would credit more a "lower" search volume result.

    With so much going on in the search engines, crossing references (tools, platforms) is a need we have to be more assertive of where to invest time.
    Google Insight helps more when you are collecting data to more seeded keywords than long tail ones. Usually they don't have enough data to present.
     
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