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SEO competition tool

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by Gudrulea, Dec 16, 2011.

  1. Gudrulea

    Gudrulea BANNED BANNED

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    Hi,

    I know keyword research is the critical step in starting making money with a website.

    I'm wondering which is the best SEO tool with you can: see the exact local searches, cpc and competition (low, medium, high) and all needed things about a niche.

    I heard about Market Samurai (which I see from other threads is somehow buggy and hard to use) and Micro Niche Finder which I bought a few minutes ago (the 30-day trial for 7.99$) and it's a f**king scam, they say you can benefit of ALL features for 7.99$ and you open the program they tell you is a limited version which shows just searches count.

    Anyway, waiting too see some nice reviews and why not an affiliate link. :p

    Thank you
     
  2. balsagoth007

    balsagoth007 Elite Member

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    I love Traffic Travis. A great tool. Get the Free version and see if you will like it.
     
  3. alaltaierii

    alaltaierii Supreme Member

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    I'm using Market Samurai.
     
  4. kirkonpolttaja

    kirkonpolttaja Senior Member

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    Traffic travis will be enough to satisfy your needs, but market samurai would be good for more indebth SEO guy.. i have both of them :) one i bought and second i won in some competition in this forum.
     
  5. jb1978

    jb1978 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Both will do for you. I have both but I prefer MS over MNF. MS shows more details but may confuse you if you don't know what you are looking for.
     
  6. berichman

    berichman Registered Member

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    I go for micro niche finder
     
  7. james111

    james111 Newbie

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    In terms of straight keyword competition I prefer SERPAttacks over Traffic Travis, I use TT for all my other analysis though. With paid version of SERPA you can even change the difficulty formula - TT on the other hand i've had too many keywords shift difficulty levels on a search by search basis too much. But of course - manual analysis is always the best.

    Market Samurai is way too buggy for me, I'm not sure why.
     
  8. Acquisition of Money

    Acquisition of Money Registered Member

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    Traffic Travis and Market Samurai can perform the tasks you require.
     
  9. m3ownz

    m3ownz Regular Member

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    Another vote for traffic travis, its pretty good, even the free version
     
  10. N1ckG2

    N1ckG2 Regular Member

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    I use Market Samurai - Its very good tool, but could a little bit complicated for newbies. As kirkonpolttaja said "market samurai would be good for more indebth SEO guy". I agree here
     
  11. Cad01

    Cad01 Regular Member

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    I use Traffic Travis and for now it works really well.
     
  12. Blair

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    google adwords will help you! well, or you can also use semrush, it's a bit more functional , and it shows something that GA does not know. For example strategy of how your competitors promoting.