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Should We Believe in Market Samurai Result?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by freehealthylife.com, Oct 1, 2011.

  1. freehealthylife.com

    freehealthylife.com Power Member

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    At first, Here is the difference between Market Samurai and Traffic Travis in displaying top 10 competition. I manually search in google.com/ncr and the result is similar to traffic travis


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    Do you have any idea? Should we believe in MS? Or How we can config MS to display better result?
     
  2. virginpose

    virginpose Regular Member

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    I've had the same questions today. Either the different modules within MS don't match up anymore. My SEO comp vs Rank Tracker results are way off.
     
  3. cokol

    cokol Regular Member

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    I have been getting inaccurate results with Market Samurai, Rank Tracker and Traffic Travis lately. Using proxies and everything. Huge delays between searches and captcha solving.
     
  4. wanfirdaus

    wanfirdaus Regular Member

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    WTF, I can't use the keyword research at all on both tools :mad2:
     
  5. bigwhite

    bigwhite Regular Member

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    I'll second that right there. Ive been having the same issues.
     
  6. blackcontent

    blackcontent Newbie

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    Hmmm. I didn't see this thread when I started my new thread a few minutes ago. Maybe this has something to do with it.

    Would be sweet because SKCA seems to involve the smallest personal investment of time short of some of the high monthly fee keyword research products.