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Micro Niche Finder "search count" problems

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by foxler, Feb 28, 2009.

  1. foxler

    foxler Regular Member

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    When I import a list from a cvs file or a plain txt file with just the keywords that I'm trying to research, for the "search count" it automatically shows "dig this." Shouldn't it be showing >30 if there are not many results for the given keywords? This also happens for the "google trends" and "brainstorm" tabs. It only shows the "search count" as a number when I then click "dig this" but those are not the keywords I'm trying to get the search results for.

    Is there any way that instead of it showing the "dig this" (to get more keywords from that one keyword) to have it show the search count for the keywords you want. I've already gotten then exact phrase count and soc but I really need the search count to estimate how many times the keywords are searched for. :confused:

    -foxler
     
  2. alderous

    alderous Regular Member Premium Member

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    when you load your list, unless it already has the search stats. it wont show you those results. you can do exact search and SOC.
     
  3. foxler

    foxler Regular Member

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    Yea, I've already done exact search and SOC but if I can't tell how many searches are being done on the keyword, its no use. The SOC could be green and say 0 but if it gets less than 30 searches a month, it would just be wasting my time and thats what I'm trying to find out for these keywords I have.

     
  4. cashresolution

    cashresolution Newbie

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    Are you using 4.1?
     
  5. foxler

    foxler Regular Member

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    Yea, latest version.