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MicroNicheFinder vs. Marketsamurai

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by hahah, Jan 22, 2010.

  1. hahah

    hahah Newbie

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    I have cracked version of MS and I am thinking of buying MNF.
    Is it rational to buy it?
    Which one is better?
     
  2. Bonzok

    Bonzok Registered Member

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    Seriously both of them are good. I'm using MS and I think it's sufficient.
     
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    pintonbd Power Member

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    i am using MS . Its good enough for my job
     
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  4. foxriver

    foxriver Junior Member

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    I use MNF and found it to be a great tool. It fills in holes others leave out.....nice to have around if you have the bucks.

    Also, its a clickbank product so you can refund if it doesn't work for you!
     
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    tengallonhat Newbie

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    I got MNF by using my ClickBank link so I got 50% back.. That may help you decide too
     
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    vodkapat Registered Member

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    I own micro niche finder and i've used the demo of market samurai. i would say that market samurai has more features but that MNF is a bit more user friendly and less complicated. They are both good and you wouldn't regret buying either of them.
     
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    vuedoolor Junior Member

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    MNF sucks if you're gonna buy MNF just use google's keyword tool. MNF isn't that good at finding long tail keywords. Market samurai is better because it has more feautures and it's easier for filtering. Market Samurai you can filter by intitle but I don't think MNF can do that. I would like a tool that can do inanchor:"keyword" intitle:"keyword inurl:"keyword" intext:"keyword
     
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  8. hahah

    hahah Newbie

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    Thank you all guys for replying
     
  9. sandchica

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    They work best when used together. MNF is better for brainstorming and coming up with good ideas. MS is better tool for seeing all of the stats and lets you make your own determinations about what to shoot for. No matter which tool you use, compare all stats with google search because not very often but occasionally either tool can be way off in true stats such as number of competing sites.
     
  10. sammyd

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    I have both and I use MNF for all my initial keyword searches because its interface is better and gives me a quick idea on how I want to proceed. I use MS to drill down as it provides much more data. If I had to choose one I would go with MS but I am happy to have both
     
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    I agree with both of the previous comments.

    I run MNF first and jump around keywords and niches until I find something.

    Then transfer what I find over to MS and look closely. MNF just gives you a green dot to go by which is pretty vague. With MS you can see what the first page competition looks like. This is what you want to focus on because this is where you want to end up.
     
  12. Gangsta

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    My take on MNF, is that it does what I needed to do. Find good keywords to target, exact keywords for domain names, check search volume, SOC-strength of competition, available domain names, well as available products on amazon and clickbank. As some stated they can work together.
     
  13. dizen

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    Use both, they can complement each other
     
  14. bucksgen

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    MS is the best
     
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    I second for Market Samurai, if you want full control over your kw research MS is the best.
     
  16. lieren

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    my advice is MS,i am useing now ,i think good result to me
     
  17. bucksgen

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    +1 to MS
     
  18. criticalintent

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    a lot of ''gurus'' display their use of MNF, and the same goes for MS. I am pretty sure MS has more features but MNF is nonetheless sufficient for its job. I plan on buying MNF later today. :eek:
     
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    I have both but most of the time I use MS, the analysing keyword feature is really good. I have found some great long tail keywords using MS.
     
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    That's why it's called MICRO. IN most cases you may find untapped niches that you've never thought of