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Which Keyword Reseach Tool Works Best for Ultra Low Competitive Keywords???

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Fathom, Jun 18, 2013.

  1. Fathom

    Fathom Power Member

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    I've been looking for a new method to find ultra low competitive keywords even with 1 or 2 searches a month.

    For the last year or so I've been outsourcing my work and am not really in the game of SEO anymore, but other means of internet marketing. I have alot to catch up on, penguin Panda, hmmmm. I even outsource keyword research for my blogs.

    I've purchased the following tools to play with:

    Wordtracker
    Market Samurai
    Long Tail Platinum

    I keep hitting a wall and can't figure out the most effective way of finding these ultra low competitive keywords.

    I'm pretty sure wordtracker is broken. The results do not correlate at all.

    Market samurai recommends seoc under 10,000 for an easy keyword but the tool only comes up with 800 searches at a time and I would like keywords with even 1 search a month so something like seoc of 10. I would like something that is not going to take up my whole day.

    Long tail Platinum is great, you can literally run 100,000 keywords in the background, but finding the competition is a pain, you have to click on calculate for each keyword that gives a metric of 1-100 from moz.com

    I would appreciate it if anyone can recommend a tool that can find these kind of keywords in an easier way.
     
  2. RankSnatcher

    RankSnatcher Regular Member

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    Don't use Market Samurai they use Bing result. Long Tail Platinum is one of the best beside it I also use Keyword scout and Ultimate niche Finder.
     
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    powermix Regular Member

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    I have been looking through Ultimate Niche Finder and it looks great. I have downloaded a cracked copy but it doesn't work so well.
    I think it needs proxies and DeathByCaptcha Credentials.
     
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    hustleharderrrr Junior Member

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    I have an account at wordtracker. If you want bulk results, this is the service to go with imo.
     
  5. ArtVandelay

    ArtVandelay Power Member

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    JUust out of curiosity - why are you looking for keywords with such a low amount of searches?
     
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    slybear Junior Member

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    My thought exactly. Why?

     
  7. clyde

    clyde Elite Member

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    UNF is only $48.50 with the 50% OFF BHW discount, it comes with a 60-day money back guarantee.

    Why do you even bother with the crack copy? Most of them are out-dated and come with keyloggers.
     
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    elschlongo Junior Member

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    exactly! I bought my copy about three months ago, and it was the best $50 i have spent online. I love UNF
     
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    cody41 Power Member

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    Because people are cheap, especially when they're on a forum where the developer is and where it's actually offered for sale. Blows my mind. UNF is great software folks, support the dev
     
  10. Fathom

    Fathom Power Member

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    I love wordtracker which works well with longtail platinum for my blogs, but the results for lower searched keywords are not accurate.

    I'll try keyword scout and Ultimate Niche Finder today.

    "JUust out of curiosity - why are you looking for keywords with such a low amount of searches?"

    It's a secret :hurt:
     
  11. wasuki

    wasuki Regular Member

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    I would suggest ultimate niche finder, it works the best and gives the best result. however it does require proxy server settings. If you are looking for bulk results then you can try wordtracker.
     
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  12. tonymu

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    you definitely need to run this with proxies, I find proxy-hub ok for the price ;)