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Keyword research and Senuke - results off by 85,000

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by RRamirez, Oct 20, 2009.

  1. RRamirez

    RRamirez Junior Member

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    I have a problem and i want to know if anyone else has this problem in SEnuke
    I am using 5.53

    when doing batch research for a given keyword
    batch research will show

    facial hair removal for women" -senuke results show google results as 250 and difficulty rating as easy with 800+ searches last month. I found this VERY strange so i did a little investigation.

    but when i search google myself even with quotes, it shows 85,000 results in google.

    WTH - that is a hugeeee difference. Was anyone else using senuke and seeing an irregularity
    i know its not an exact figure but that seems DEAD wrong imho

    anyone else having this happen to them?

    Even checking competition produces a vastly different result form the SAME SEARCH in google

    can anyone tell me what is going on?
    is it always like this?
     
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  2. Pobman

    Pobman Regular Member

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    You are just doing it wrong.

    By default SEnuke will search allintitle without quotes.

    In fact the search SEnuke does can be seen in the google search bar on its results page.

    So what SEnuke has searched for is:
    allintitle:facial hair removal for women
    Results 529 for me

    and you

    "facial hair removal for women"
    about 85,000

    The reason SEnuke searches that way by default is to give you an idea of how many pages have been optimised for that term, thats not to say a page without that title will NOT have been optimised but you can assume that people who are really going after that term will have put it in the title.
     
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  3. Yukinari84

    Yukinari84 Elite Member

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    I checked SENuke for your term and there's nothing wrong.

    I think Pobman is right.

    You're doing it wrong.
     
  4. Silversten

    Silversten Junior Member

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    Yep, you are using quotes SEnuke uses allintitle.

    Out of interest, what do you guys think is more important? I have heard that keywords in title are not that important? (only important in description and onsite)