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Which Of These 7 Keyword Tools Is Accurate Google Says 110,000 Searches A Month!

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by meakerseeker, Aug 21, 2011.

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  1. meakerseeker

    meakerseeker Regular Member

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    I need to find out from some seo experts which keyword tool is accurate that I can
    rely on before I spend weeks trying to rank for a exact match high traffic keyword.

    Would comparing google's trends & google insights for the keyword
    and if they pretty much match be one way.

    Here's the results from the seven keyword tools doing a exact
    keyword search.

    Google AdWords Tool: 110,000
    Seobook: 8,307
    Wordtracker: 4,710
    KeywordSpy: 201,000
    Keyword Discovery: 749
    Spyfu 3,016
    Semrush 27,100
     
  2. Ashique

    Ashique Newbie

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    My vote goes to wordtracker
     
  3. Derpy

    Derpy Registered Member

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    That is a lot of variability! Anybody have any solutions to this?
     
  4. yerrot1

    yerrot1 Junior Member

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    Are you using the [Exact] function on the Google keyword tool? It's sound like you have it on Broad...
     
  5. fvcktheworld

    fvcktheworld Regular Member

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    do you use market samurai? i always compare market samurai and i will usually go with what it has to say in exact match. if you don't have it and want me to run it let me know.
     
  6. Derpy

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    I think this is OP's problem, forgot that the setting is default to "Broad".