Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by 1morenoob, Dec 31, 2015.
Learn about keyword research and you'll find it useful. If you don't know how to pull out the potential from something that doesn't mean the thing is useless.
LTP premium is good for fast viewing on how "competitive" the keywords will be based on the score metrics it given. However for a more in depth research, semrush will be better choice as that will be showing what other keywords your competitors in top 10 are ranking. Sometimes you can discovered untapped keywords too, use them to out rank your competitors in other keywords which they have not ranked in top 10.
This is just a research part main parts are making those real and market those
if any one have ltp and want to sahre i will pay money half for it
Its a keyword research tool thats advertised as giving a good estimate of how hard a keyword is. Not on it now so I can't remember exactly but it told me 'e liquid' was roughly 26 and 'protein powder' was roughly 31.
Maybe useless was wrong word but clearly not doing its job properly. Also watched that matthew woodwards tutorial on it and hes not even ranking for the keyword he based the whole guide on, irony overload
Tried semrush a while ago, my main niche is e cigs, it didn't even have any results for most of the keywords, because theres no adsense I guess
Long Tail Pro and SEMrush are pretty much standards for KW research in the industry. If you can't get them to work, it may be more user error/too quick to give them a real chance. Did you put competitor domains into SEMrush to see what they're ranking for? You can typically put together one hell of a list, regardless if there's adsense or not.
The problem with relying on LTP (or any tool) to give you competition is that it is algorithmic. There's just way too many variables for it to be right all the time. It doesn't (can't) account for differences niche to niche, whether google prefers edu or gov sites, whether ecommerce sites are dominating the serps... it's impossible at this point anyway to get a program to do all of that. You have to take those numbers with a grain of salt.
You should really just use those tools to filter down and then take a look at the serps yourself. Nothing can replace the eyeball test.
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