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Keyword brainstorm tools. Niche shark, Nich Finder, Magic Niche Finder

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by Imhotep, Dec 3, 2010.

  1. Imhotep

    Imhotep Regular Member

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    I have just found out that my copy of "Magic Niche Finder" no longer works, and worse so it is no longer supported! I am so fkn mad because I really suck at brainstorming niche ideas and anyone here who knows the real deal, knows that Niche Research is of the utmost importance! It either makes or breaks your IM career. Period.

    I'm not going to go into how pissed I am that the bum who makes "Magic Niche Finder" thinks he is slick and wants to now charge monthly for his service like IMEye and NicheShark. It's beside the point really, and what's done is done. That wanker lost another customer is all.

    But I want to do is compare what is out there now for this specific need.

    I used to use a cracked keyword snatcher and magic niche finder to play around with all my keywords before doing final research in Market Samurai. Then I got my hands on Keyword Elite. That is a pretty good tool, but it hangs and stalls a lot and really I think it's going to be abandoned soon. It also crashes a lot on my older machines.

    So I use other methods now that are hard to do and take too much time. What I do is load one keyword into Scrapebox's Wonder Wheel Scraper then run the list generated through the keyword scraper as well. All this done in SC is fine and of course cheap, but it has no real way of telling me value until I go and load this 40k list into MS and wait forever to clear out the mostly junk keywords.

    I am looking for a solution now and it's the hardest thing to decide on in a while for me.

    First there is IMEye, I am NOT paying what they want so no way.

    Then there is Magic Niche Finder Pro, which is just the old Magic Niche Finder but updated and costing 197 per month as opposed to his old 197 one time tool. Total jackoff ripoff, not buying that if it were the only tool on the market. Straight off principal.

    Then there is Niche Shark. That Nossie guy seems to be a great developer in terms of skill, but I dunno about his practice as a business man. I don't want to end up paying monthly to a person who might be as bad as the magic niche finder guy. Plus I'm not fond of monthly payments for anything, but it is tempting.

    Then there is "Niche Finder" which is a one time low payment but it's made by that Brad Callen guy, who again seems like a shark himself and has released so much software, that people complain about, especially about his keeping up on updates. He is the Keyword Elite guy and that program is broken as far as I'm concerned. Even with the latest update.

    What I am leaning towards is trying Niche Shark, along with trying Brad's tool, and comparing the results of the two. But before I even bother I would like to hear others opinions on this, as well as hear any words from users of any of these software packages. Hearing from a developer would be awesome too, but I'm not expecting it. I think Nossie is the only one with an overt account here. The other two are little sneaks and I doubt they have overt BHW accounts.

    Thoughts?

    Thanks! :china:
     
  2. Imhotep

    Imhotep Regular Member

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    Much to my happy surprise Nossie seems to be a good fellow. I know I'm going to try niche shark for a month and see what I can do with it.