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SE Cockpit vs. Keyword Blaze

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by zaxdar, Jul 29, 2013.

  1. zaxdar

    zaxdar Junior Member

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    After much research I'm down to these two keyword tools.... Leaning toward SE Cockpit by a nose. Any feedback/opinions about these keyword tools would be appreciated. Thanks
     
  2. gullsinn

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    SEO cockpit is one of the best keyword research tool I have tired yet but I guess its expensive. If you can afford that just go for it without thinking anything else.
     
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    I second this ^^

    It's insanely easy to find low comp/high traffic keywords with SEcockpit and it shows if the EMD or variations of the EMD are available.

    SEcockpit is quality + you get the free rank tracker built in.

    It is pretty pricey though ...
     
  4. clyde

    clyde Elite Member

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    $97/mo for a KW research tool?

    Although important, you don't make money from doing KW research, you make money from ranking them.
    I would spend that money on linkbuilding services/tools instead.
     
  5. stanleyreporb

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    I use Clyde's Ultimate Niche Finder for my keyword research. UNF does everything you need for keyword research (keyword suggestions, checking search volume, checking keyword difficulty and it even calculates the OCI a.k.a buyer intent keywords)

    $97/month for a keyword research tool is way too overprice, IMO.
     
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    wow I haven't really tried either of these two. Great to hear of new keyword research tools. Just to have it cleared out? what's the difference between these and others like keyword samurai and long tail pro?
     
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    I have to agree that Clyde's UNF is definitely the most cost-effective tool out there. Great support, super fast updates (even after KWT became KWP). I honestly thought it was over for UNF due to the change, but was very surprised that they were able to get it running still. Great job!
     
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    aprilmay Registered Member

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    I was doing some research on keyword tools and
    keyword blaze pro has a lot of bad comments
    Seems once upon a time it was great but has been neglected and now crap
     
  9. gullsinn

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    Yes, you must try SEOcockpit.
     
  10. metro0321

    metro0321 Newbie

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    Yes, just tried SEcockpit $1 for 5 days trial. Amazing so far :D