Keyword Tool Which Checks Google Competition

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Where do i get keyword tool which can check competing pages in Google for exact phrase?
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  • Profile picture of the author Jim Burney
    Originally Posted by Boris_yo View Post

    Where do i get keyword tool which can check competing pages in Google for exact phrase?
    Try here: https://adwords.google.com/select/KeywordToolExternal

    Google has its own answers
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  • Profile picture of the author kelvin yeo
    Does the google keyword tool show competing pages?? I thought it only shows monthly searches?
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    • Profile picture of the author Jim Burney
      Originally Posted by kelvin yeo View Post

      Does the google keyword tool show competing pages?? I thought it only shows monthly searches?
      Hi

      You can get an idea of the number of competing sites.

      A green band that is full = lots of competition.

      Hope that helps

      Jim
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      • Profile picture of the author Boris_yo
        I don't need ideas - i need exact number of competing pages. Competing pages - not advertisers. If you don't udnerstand my question - don't answer.
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        • Profile picture of the author Jim Burney
          Originally Posted by Boris_yo View Post

          I don't need ideas - i need exact number of competing pages. Competing pages - not advertisers. If you don't udnerstand my question - don't answer.
          What an ungrateful person you are
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          • Profile picture of the author Boris_yo
            Originally Posted by Jim Burney View Post

            What an ungrateful person you are
            It depends
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        • Originally Posted by Boris_yo View Post

          I don't need ideas - i need exact number of competing pages. Competing pages - not advertisers. If you don't udnerstand my question - don't answer.
          No disrespect meant but if you want help, you might want to chill a little. You'll find it opens a lot more doors.

          It depends on precisely what you mean by competition. People on here decide this is several different ways.

          Some will say put your keyword in brackets into google to get your competition. Some will tell you to use put intitle: or inurl: before your keyword to find out how many site have your keyword in the url or in its title.

          Hope this helps
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          • Profile picture of the author badfun
            the OP's question was "number of competing pages". There is no grey area about what that means.

            Boris_yo,
            the best way is also the most labour intensive; enter the term in google. Use quotations and use intitle to get a the true number of competing pages.

            I don't know about the other tools that have been mentioned here, I haven't used them.

            btw, I have discovered recently that competing pages matter a lot less than I first thought.
            brent
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            • Profile picture of the author kelvin yeo
              Originally Posted by badfun View Post


              btw, I have discovered recently that competing pages matter a lot less than I first thought.
              brent
              This is a very good point IMHO. I've found that you really need to look at each of the competing sites on page 1 of Google to figure out whether they are "strong" or not and that means looking at factors like PR, no of backlinks, age, no of pages indexed, etc.
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              • Profile picture of the author patlondon
                Dude..try keyword corral by johncow.com. Jeesh it wasn't that hard of a question It's free unlike micronichfinder at 97.00 which gets all of its info from Google in the first place. lol. You'll might want to get your kws from google external tool, stick em into traffic estimator then save as csv file. Import that list into kw corral and then filter what kws you want to check number of competition for and then get out of the way.
                Other option also free..http://www.goldencashcompass.com/
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  • Profile picture of the author Mangozoom
    spyfu rox baby
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  • Profile picture of the author kelvin yeo
    Boris:

    One tool I know that shows exact no of competing pages is Micro Niche Finder. I'm about to get it myself. Its USD97 at full price.
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    • Profile picture of the author Ross Bowring
      Doesn't Brad Callen's Keyword Elite help you with this?
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  • There is no one way to define competition. Some would say allinanchor, allintext, etc. But the bottom line is you have to use a number of these methods along with manual evaluation to determine who your real competition is.

    I use Keyword Research Pro.... which is nothing more than a front end to free keyword tools. Fabian like to use allintitle as an indicator.

    But again no keyword tool can do your competition evaluation for you.

    I also use SEO Elite, but boy I with Brad would just stop with all the emails to existing customers... his keyword elite pitch is getting very annoying.

    SEO Elite allows you to reverse engineer your competition quickly based on a number of variables.

    Tools are only as good as you and your ability to know how to use them and then what to do with the information.
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