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KW research confusion

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by Trecoolius, Jul 17, 2010.

  1. Trecoolius

    Trecoolius Registered Member

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    Hey guys, I'm doing some experimental kw research and there's a coulpe of things I still don't get.

    According to MNF, the MOB is the approximate amount of backlins I need to do in order to beat my competition. In this expample they're a bit high, but seems doable:

    Hey guys, I'm doing some experimental kw research and there's a coulpe of things I still don't get.

    According to MNF, the MOB is the approximate amount of backlins I need to do in order to beat my competition. In this expample they're a bit high, but seems doable:

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    (please remove the brackets since I don't seem to be allowed to post anything)

    This bring a couple of questions:

    Why a site with 703 backlinks is on top of the list while another site with 12139 backlinks is number 6? If the mob is an average, why does MNF takes the two highlited ones instead of say the lowest and the highest?

    These results for an exact search, but when I google the same thing in my browser, I get completely different results, like number six on the second spot and so on. I'm using Firefox and SEO for Firefox and using google US (.com, no extension) and I can't figure out why results differ so much between the two applications. Can anyone shed some light here? Thanks!


    This bring a couple of questions:

    Why a site with 703 backlinks is on top of the list while another site with 12139 backlinks is number 6? If the mob is an average, why does MNF takes the two highlited ones instead of say the lowest and the highest?

    These results for an exact search, but when I google the same thing in my browser, I get completely different results, like number six on the second spot and so on. I'm using Firefox and SEO for Firefox and using google US (.com, no extension) and I can't figure out why results differ so much between the two applications. Can anyone shed some light here? Thanks!
     
    Last edited: Jul 17, 2010