Hi all, So, I spent around 3 hours using Market Samurai last night for a single niche. MS kept spewing the same 800 keywords, which I guess makes sense as I only worked with one main keyword. I won't go into specifics, but since I wanted to work with a health niche, the top 10 in Google no matter what the LGT is seems to always be "webmd", "health", "about" and "wikihow". Even if the keyword was 6 words, the results were the same. I got this when the SEOT was very low too. How is that possible? Is the main keyword just too competitive? In other words: If my keyword is "smurf", when I get "treatment for smurf" "how to cure smurf naturally" "is it possible to heal smurf" the competition (websites in the top 10) are pretty much always the same. I read the MS tutorial on their website and it didn't help me. How can I know if the competition for top 10 won't be too stiff? What are the most important parameters in MS? What are the parameters when researching for LGT that should remain green or at least yellow in the software in the top 10 competition? For finding good long tail keyword for a newbie, what is the lowest SEOT you recommend? I'm currently not going below 4. MS recommends 30 on their website, but IMO that's way too high. If everything, including the most obscure LGT, seems too competitive, should I change my keyword a bit? Okay, I think that's it. I hope I'll finally be able to find good LGT with your advice! EDIT: So, it's worse than I thought. If my keyword is smurf and I search for the adjective smurfed and the word smurfing, the same keywords still pop up. Wondering if there's hope for this niche.