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SEnuke and allintitle competition analysis

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by hawran, Feb 16, 2010.

  1. hawran

    hawran Newbie

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    Hello, I'd like to ask a bit "noob" question ;)

    I'm starting with SEO stuff. I'm targeting long tail keywords, getting domains with keyword, my keywords are with "competition <30000. I have list of keywords which I'm analyzing using google keywords tool + Market Samurai. I have downloaded SEnuke and in the keyword module I have found another indicator "allintitle". SEnuke shows me for most of my keywords that it's "waste of time" - when I analyze allintitle.

    so the question is - what experience do you have with this indicator? are you considering allintitle while you are aiming for some keyword?
    I'm not sure how should I approach this... should I search for keywords where SEnuke shows at least Doable or should I ignore this? :)))
    what do you consider as "reasonable" number of allintitle competitors? are you searching for allintitle:"keyword" OR allintitle:keyword ?
     
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    whs1978 Registered Member

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    My personal opinion is that allintitle, etc., etc. analysis is a complete waste of time. The only websites that matter for the keyword you are targeting are the ones listed in the first 10 results of Google when you type in your keyword without quotes or any other qualifier. The top ten sites are the competition and they are easy to see.

    Use the free Traffic Travis SEO Analysis tool to help you quickly analyze the number of backlinks and optimization for each of the top ten sites and you will instantly have a better understanding of the work you need to do to crack the top ten listings. Their report only takes a few seconds to generate and you can easily see if the keywords for your real competition's websites are in their title, url, etc.
     
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  3. hawran

    hawran Newbie

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    thanks for reply. I use Traffic Travis, Market Samurai and Google keywords tool. I wanted to know what you guys think about allintitle, cause SEnuke scared me with its statement "don't waste time". I have like ten criterias for choosing a good keyword and i never heard about allintitle before. Thanks for calming me down. Traffic travis is showing me 4 stars, saying it will be easy :)
     
  4. Dangazzm

    Dangazzm Regular Member

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    I pretty much ONLY use market samurai for competition, first i look at only PR (to know if I should let it load the rest) and if it looks good from that perspective THEN I look into a little further. Not quite as automated as SENuke but I think SENuke still has A LOT of work on their analysis before its even worth using at ALL.
     
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    From my personal experience I can say that "Dont waste your time" doesnt mean you have no chance. I have got several sites in the TOP 10 allthough Senuke allways told me that I shouldnt waste my time.
     
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    I couldn't agree more. If I listed to SENuke for many keys I'd never be anywhere. It seems (just my opinion) on very niche areas where it's extremely easy to get in. I've gotten into keywords that had over 80 million and just do some work and be creative. I've had more luck with scrapebox over senuke although it's been praised very highly on here.