Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by xjapan, Nov 7, 2014.
beside using adwords kw planner any other tools? thanks
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Keyword planner or long tail keyword would be the best as its preferred by most.
Long Tail Pro Platinum bro!
thanks bro, looks like long tail pro are popular
Your mind. Also read this thread twice over. good luck !
Depends what you need it for and what you're trying to accomplish. IMO and for my purposes, longtail pro sucks.
For a pretty decent look behind the curtain secockpit is a great tool. Spyfu is also OK and so is MOZ. If it's just pure "volume" of keywords you're looking for then ultimatenichefinder kills them all hands down.
Kind of like asking what vegetables will work best in your recipe, it depends A LOT on what you're trying to do!
In the end with enough of the best links, you can rank just about any keyword(s), BUT the real question becomes is the keyword worth ranking? Some of those tools can help you answer that.
Best of luck.
Google keyword tool is just it.
It's made by Google, for Google.
I still wonder why people want something out of the blues.
Maybe to shorten their research experience.
There are many I find useful: long tail pro, kwfnder, keyword revealer, ubersuggest, semrush & soolve.
i love long tail pro to death and SEM rush. Main ones I use so far for scouting competitors keywords.
totally agreed with you especially for the SEM rush
Thanks for the posts guys
I use adword planner to find keywords. If you have already tried adword planner, Go with market samurai or traffic travis. It is worth buying
I think that the best solution is to use any tools that give to you a list of keywords in some niche, like the adwords keywords planner and then with the Moz toolbar evaluate each SERPs generated with the overlay and see the ones has the larger number of competitor with lower DA, those are niches where you can achieve faster results.
You should go for quality keywords in the niche obviously.
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