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Micro Niche Finder equation to compute SOC (Strength of Competition) - anyone know it ? ?

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  1. tony-raymondo

    tony-raymondo Junior Member

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    I have looked high and low, but I can't find the equation that Micro Niche Finder uses to compute SOC (strength of competition)

    It shouldnt be this hard, and I know this must have come up before, but I just can't find it anywhere.

    It must have to involve AllInTitle, etc as variables...

    Any help???

    Thank you!
     
  2. tony-raymondo

    tony-raymondo Junior Member

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    The equation must be out there?
     
  3. mselisabs

    mselisabs Newbie

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    Not sure if this helps ~
    http://www.jamesjonessupport.com/help/index.php?_m=knowledgebase&_a=viewarticle&kbarticleid=36
     
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  4. KSoze

    KSoze Power Member

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    Is Micro Niche Finder still an active program?
     
  5. d3t0x

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    yeah..there was just a new update like a few days ago.. It has a new feature to detect backlink strength now too..
     
  6. tony-raymondo

    tony-raymondo Junior Member

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    "We don't publish the exact formula for SOC but it is comprised of three things:
    inanchor count
    inurl count
    intitle count
    "

    wow with such simple variable, someone should be able to fake an equation for it.

    too bad tehy dont publish it.

    i'm going to give it a go

    thanks
     
  7. kaene

    kaene Junior Member

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    It's basically:
    Code:
    inanchor:"keywords" intitle:"keywords" inurl:"keywords"
    with some small trick to be more accurated

    It's just a formula that they use to "calculate" what they believe it's a "doable" keyword, but I don't know why decided to use "keywords" instead of a
    Code:
    allinanchor:+key1 +key2 allintitle:+key1 +key2 allinurl:+key1 +key2
    Any thoughts or opinions?
     
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  8. AtAllCosts

    AtAllCosts Junior Member

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  9. tony-raymondo

    tony-raymondo Junior Member

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    lol

    when i made this thread, i didnt know it was a secret equation.

    the other thread is a call for a math geek. I think i've found a way to solve it

    prob should have combined the threads
     
  10. tony-raymondo

    tony-raymondo Junior Member

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    what?