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Micro Niche Finder - google data?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by blackieman, May 15, 2009.

  1. blackieman

    blackieman Power Member

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    Hi, to anyone who has MNF. Does it pull search counts from google external keywords data?

    Thanks in advance,

    blackie
     
  2. TJ

    TJ Junior Member

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    Yeah, that and much more, I highly recommend MNF.
     
  3. madinaz

    madinaz BANNED BANNED Premium Member

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    Yes and other locations as well
     
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  4. blackieman

    blackieman Power Member

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    Thanks to you two, for help. I currently use Keyword Elite, which does not pull from google external.... oh well, time for a switch.

    blackie
     
  5. foxandrew

    foxandrew Registered Member

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    Same here;

    Keyword tools are probably the one thing I've wasted the most money on.

    Sandbox, Market Samurai, Nichebot, KW Elite, Paid Wordtracker
    And the one that I wish I had bought first is
    Micro Niche Finder.

    Might not be perfect, but it's far beyond any other I've tested.
     
  6. blackieman

    blackieman Power Member

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    KE is not half bad, but I think I will go for MNF now.

    I used to have a yearly sub to WTracker... I think what I could use in there is 'lateral search' to find stuff that you cannot think about.

    ... or maybe KeywordSpy, could help with lateral as well (monthly fees).
     
  7. catherine77

    catherine77 Junior Member

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    I used MNF too. But I have my doubts about the SOC (strenght of competition), because I find plenty of 3 words searchs without competition, but when I check it on goole, I found out that many of them are sites with high Pr and many backlinks, even with only 1 or in some cases 2 keywords in the domain or in the page.

    I don´t think that even if I register those 3 keywords domains I can get the first page of google.

    What do you think? What´s your experience with SOC of MNF?
     
  8. TJ

    TJ Junior Member

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    Yeah, that is one thing the creator of MNF mentioned. The SOC (strength of competition) is never 100% correct, sometimes it's even way off. So don't let the SOC be the decision maker in a niche.

     
  9. catherine77

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    What techniques do you use ,to find out if it´s possible to compete or not?
    Do you think that with the 3 keywords in the domain name you can compete with PR4 or 5 sites?
     
  10. srb888

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    I am very much interested in understanding the working of MNF's "SOC". Can someone tell me how SOC is calculated? And, is there a way to double-check the SOC from any external source for its accuracy, or for that matter, how much off it is?

    MNF was extremely good some time back, but now it has too many stoppages and some functions like OCI and even Google's captcha does not work for long periods of time.
    It is an interesting feature though!
     
  11. LoboRsxS

    LoboRsxS Regular Member

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    is there a download on bhw for mnf?
     
  12. zhwriter

    zhwriter Newbie

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    If there are authority sites or pages with PR 4 and 5 or higher, chances are that the total competition and number of pages that's optimized for that phrase is relatively high, over 10-15k, not good for keyword sniping.

    However, very often you will be able to rank for phrases with competing sites having PR 3 or less, even with a million or more pages as competition, in a couple of months. All you need are some backlinks and maybe 2 or 3 from PR 5 and higher sites.

    I would use PR 3 and lower as a general rule for sniping and under 15k competition. It just depends. Sometimes you won't even rank quickly for unknown reasons. There's no real formula that works 100%.
     
  13. jdog37

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    MNF is on the do not share list....It cost like 97 bucks but if you promote CB you could buy it using your hoplink and save yourself the amount of the commision.
     
  14. zhwriter

    zhwriter Newbie

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    It's a program by a fellow BHW member. You're going to have to buy it.
     
  15. adamster

    adamster Regular Member

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    This tool is a Google scraper just like other scrapers in the market, the only thing that makes it useful is the fact that it has some buit in short cuts to expand your seraches instead of typing them in on G's search box. My suggestion is to save your money and use google's keyword tool.
    Good luck.