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Serpbook search count vs Google keyword planner search count?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by TurkishDelight, Dec 11, 2015.

  1. TurkishDelight

    TurkishDelight Regular Member

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    Hey all,

    just noticed that serpbook might show, lets say 5400 searches for "red widgets", then when i check google keyword planner itll say red widgets has 1200 searches.

    Does this mean that 5400 -1200 = 4200 searches in bing/yahoo? Or is the serpbook value just the numbers for Google, and updated less often than google's own tool?
     
  2. Javalon

    Javalon Newbie

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    thats a great question! I have never heard of super book before and i honestly thought that google was the dominating search engine. Would be interesting to hear more about this
     
  3. SEOWithV

    SEOWithV Newbie

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    Super book? Search engine? You just made my day.
     
  4. ouchthathurts

    ouchthathurts Regular Member

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    It shows Googles Exact Monthly Keyword Volume. I haven't used Googles keyword planner in a while but there should be a check box to make sure its Exact

    Watch him post a 10/10 review for one of the BST threads soon :thumb:
     
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  5. TurkishDelight

    TurkishDelight Regular Member

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    not sure if spam bot or not but this is serpbook:

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  6. faithjhung

    faithjhung Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I'm sure google updates more frequently to attract more adwords advertisers. So serpbook probably fetches the amount for a newly added keyword. Better track it through google.
     
  7. nakamura

    nakamura Senior Member

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    definitely not serpbooks count. some keywords are showing "0" or "N/A", but I get lots of traffic from these. And yes, it is the correct country/google tld.

    I wouldn't count Googles too much. They are a company and they want the people to spend money on adwords.

    But ofc google I would prefer google over serpbook when it comes to searches.
     
  8. DDuce

    DDuce Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Have you contacted Serpbook on the origin of their data? It seems to me that they should know, right? ;-)
     
  9. TurkishDelight

    TurkishDelight Regular Member

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    I did that a little bit after making this thread and they offered to refresh it for me
     
  10. raman888

    raman888 Newbie

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    Just stick with keyword planner for best estimates.