Best Keyword Research Tool

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Hi all,

I am curious what the best keyword research tool is out there.

I use Market Samurai, Niche Finder, and recently got LongTail Pro and love it.

Just curious if Micro Niche Finder or any other that I should have?

I find they all do similar thing, I could find many great keywords with low competition and high volume search - exact domain names.

Any Pros and Cons and your take to share?
#keyword #research #tool
  • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
    The Google Keyword Tool.

    Most of the software pulls data from the GKT, so why not go straight to the source? It's also much, much, faster in most cases.
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  • Profile picture of the author Quiksilver8
    I agree with JSProjects. They mostly pull all the information from Google Keyword tool, however some of them create nice conveniences that make keyword research easier.

    I find myself running back to GKT a lot of the time anyway as well because of it's speed.
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  • Profile picture of the author spen
    Originally Posted by KentChow View Post

    Hi all,

    I am curious what the best keyword research tool is out there.

    I use Market Samurai, Niche Finder, and recently got LongTail Pro and love it.

    Just curious if Micro Niche Finder or any other that I should have?

    I find they all do similar thing, I could find many great keywords with low competition and high volume search - exact domain names.

    Any Pros and Cons and your take to share?

    I also use market samurai,but I couldn't find out a great keyword From July to the present
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  • Profile picture of the author Clint Butler
    I use SECockpit. It pulls its data from Google and SEOMoz API so I find it the most accurate of all of them. I also own Micro Niche Finder and Marketing Samurai.

    Regards,
    Clint
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    • Profile picture of the author manchito
      Originally Posted by Clint Butler View Post

      I use SECockpit. It pulls its data from Google and SEOMoz API so I find it the most accurate of all of them. I also own Micro Niche Finder and Marketing Samurai.

      Regards,
      Clint
      Yes I use it too... I love it, however once I founds my keywords i just double check them with several other resources:
      a) Market Samurai
      b) Google KW Tool
      c) Some friends(Doing the same as me) opinion

      If my keywords pass those 'tests' I just go on with it. And even so, in some cases (very rare,btw) I am not able to rank. Overall I am happy with it
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  • Profile picture of the author outwest
    There are a lot of kw tools to find kws
    however the good ones use google kw tool database

    So why not just go directly and use google Kw tool
    its faster than all the paid tools that use it

    Now for analyzing google top 10?
    Market Samurai paid tool is what I use
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    • Profile picture of the author Ronno99
      Sometimes it is useful to ask what exactly you are trying to do.

      Best for what?
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  • Profile picture of the author JoshuaG
    I love Micro Niche Finder.

    Being able to quickly see the SEO strength of your competitors, number of links they have, and quickly do a manual review of any given site right from the tool saves me tons of time and effort.

    And that's not to mention all the related niches you can find by running the tool. I don't know how many times I've searched on one keyword and went a completely different direction thanks to the results it returned!
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  • Profile picture of the author Jack Samurai
    Google keyword tool and wordtracker that is the best to me.
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  • Profile picture of the author C Rebecca
    Well, I have been using 'Keyword Country' and it is delivering very good results to me.

    The best part is, it tells me about the profitability of the keyword, so that I can make up my mind for including that keyword in my campaign.
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  • Profile picture of the author gorgoth999
    google keywords tool is enough if you use it wisely
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  • Profile picture of the author bastion
    You only need Google and Google keyword tool.

    Also, Market Samurai is very useful, but it is replaceable.
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  • Profile picture of the author imdomination
    I almost only use Google Keyword Tool to find the actual keywords. Then Market Samurai blows everyone else out of the water when it comes to competition analysis.
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  • Profile picture of the author outwest
    Also do not listen to people who say you can analyze top 10 google competiton for free with SEO Quake.
    Theoretically its possible but it takes 20 times longer and you end up writing everything on a notepad, you cannot get a 10 sites at one glance ...snapshot of the backlinks to the page. PR, onpage SEO factors etc etc with SEOquake like you can with Market Samurai
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  • Profile picture of the author 101millionAds
    I have used Micro Niche Finder and a cupple of more but i do not rely on them as much as Google keyword tool
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  • Profile picture of the author FraserC
    The Google Keyword Tool is the only tool most people will ever need. Knowing what people are searching for, and the amount of times a month they're searching is really all you need.

    The biggest problem with the GAKT is all the spreadsheets you get. Eventually you're totally swimming in spreadsheets, and it's a total hassle to remove duplicates, merge spreadsheets, etc.

    I've got 30,000 keywords that I've collected, but I moved them into a database. That's how I get the 100,000 search visitors a day - I target all the keywords in my niche.

    Beyond the GAKT, you want to use tools that scrape Google Suggest. Like Ubersuggest. That gives you an enormous number of longtail search queries you can target.
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  • Profile picture of the author webdevpro
    In General Google Keyword Tools is one of the best but you can also try Free Keyword Tools from WordStream as they boasts they are far better than GKT with Trillions of keyword in their DB.
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  • Profile picture of the author jagthehat
    It depends how many keywords you want. If you want around 800 selections use Google Keyword tool, but if your are into CPC in a big way and need around 50 to 100 thousand use Wordtream.
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  • Profile picture of the author AksGame
    i use google keywords tool and traffic travis which gives top 10 competition on google

    both are free and very easy to use
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    • Profile picture of the author outwest
      Originally Posted by AksGame View Post

      i use google keywords tool and traffic travis which gives top 10 competition on google

      both are free and very easy to use

      traffic travis free tool does not pull up backlinks
      I even updated mine a few days ago with the latest update

      no backlinks show
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  • Profile picture of the author JamieSEO
    GKT for keyword research + SERP Attacks for competition research
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  • Profile picture of the author LinkingService
    Your brain is the best keyword tool followed by Google. If you have basic understanding about how to look at keyword traffic factors, analyse sites ranking in top etc you don't really need tools.

    There are quite a few in the market and each have their pros & cons. Most of them offer free trial, just use them and see which one works best for you. Market Samurai, Traffic Travis, SERP attacks etc are a few to name.
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  • Profile picture of the author ankushkohli
    Google Adwords Keyword Research Tool!
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  • Profile picture of the author jahangir87
    I use market samurai and Google adwords keyword tool and both are working fine for me according to my goals.
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  • Profile picture of the author Matt Broody
    Google Keyword Tool
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  • Profile picture of the author grafx77
    Market Samurai is by far the best keyword research tool (obviously uses GKT database). I disagree with those who say GKT is the fastest as it only is if you want to gain insight into one keyword at a time for ONE MATCH TYPE.

    MS, when gathering info, gathers exact, phrase, and broad matches along with the "trends" information for all keywords at once. In order to do that with GKT, you have to run 3 separate searches not including the other research. MS will also store that information for you to use at a later date, which GKT does not, unless you create spreadsheets out of everything, which can be troublesome when creating for more than one keyword.

    NOTE- GKT will only give you basic keyword research. If you really want to go even further with longtail keywords and MANY of them, your going to need to use Wordtracker. GKT doesn't hold a flame to Wordtracker when you have to find many, easily ranking keywords.
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  • Profile picture of the author razorico
    I agree with those, who said that google keyword tool is enough, but for in-depth keyword research it's not so useful, because it shows only oa few variants of keywords in compare to paid tools, like semrush or keywordspy.
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  • Profile picture of the author CMNS
    For me, Google Keyword Tool and Market Samurai is enough.

    You will need to be creative though, plus some experience will help
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  • Profile picture of the author gurokevin
    Anyone use Jaaxy.com?
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  • Profile picture of the author Alex Harper
    SECockpit is by far the best if you want to sift through loads of keywords in a short amount of time. It literally takes 30 seconds (as advertised) to do competition analysis on 800 keywords(using the SEOMoz API). And the competition analysis is actually thorough and accurate considering it's all done automatically(way more thorough then any other keyword tool that does competition analysis automatically). Then one my favorite features is you take the best keywords from every search, and throw them all into one of cloud based folders (cloud based means the tool is not used on your computer, it's used on their server)and see how all your best keywords stack up against each other and pick the best of the best.

    After that, then you can do your own more thorough competition analysis from all the keywords that ended up at the top. While the the competition analysis isn't perfect it will definitely put the worst keywords to the bottom and the best to the top and you will find awesome keywords on a daily basis if you use the tool to it's potential. I sift through 10,000 keywords in all of 15 minutes getting competition analysis for every one.

    For everyone that likes market samurai, if you combined the keyword sifting power of SECockpit with the thorough competition analysis of Market samurai you would have the ultimate tag team of keyword research.

    I have one warning though, while SECockpit is awesome it is expensive and addicting to use. I think if you buy it though an affiliate you can get a 5 day trial for 1$ or something like that, but all in all it costs I think 77 monthly and I believe 50 a month if you pay for it 6 months at a time.

    Also I am in no way affiliated with SECockpit, it just brought me from hating keyword research to loving it.

    Just watch the video they have, and know they don't embellish at all, how they say it works, is actually how it works (kind of a rare concept in IM).
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  • Profile picture of the author dagaul101
    I think one of the best if the Google Keyword External Tool, and it's free
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  • Profile picture of the author NEseO
    Google Keyword Tool for me and a bit of brains!! No point paying for something else when you can get all the info you need right there.
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    • Profile picture of the author outwest
      Originally Posted by NEseO View Post

      Google Keyword Tool for me and a bit of brains!! No point paying for something else when you can get all the info you need right there.
      you can analyze google top 10 competition with Google kw tool?
      Nope

      For
      an All in one Glance View of the top 10 Google Competition

      Market Samurai spits out

      1, Domain Age
      2. PR
      3. Backlinks to Page (also analyzes Anchor text and PR)
      4, Backlinks to Site
      5. Indexed Pages in Domain
      6. Onpage SEO factors. (kw in domain, title, url, description) etc
      7. Index status for Yahoo and DMOZ
      etc etc etc etc

      All of that is done in 30 seconds, and presented in an All in One Top 10 View

      With Paid Market Samurai

      That is Why we Pay for Market Samurai


      thats why you continually see poster after poster after poster say they use

      1. Google Kw Tool
      2. Market Samurai


      They are just smart enough to know what tools they need. Do you seriously think that many guys are paying 97 bucks for a program that they dont need? that they could get the same info for free? Hell I am cheap , it takes a lot of prodding and justification for me to shell out any money, and I gladly paid for Market Samurai.

      People who say Google kw tool is all you need, are either delusional , or something is missing in that analysis

      IMO anyone who thinks you can be successful (as successful) in this buss with no paid tools,
      is missing out

      any business requires some initial outlay of money

      Thats like a carpenter going to work and thinking he can be successful with no tools, or better yet , he can just borrow tools from others. LOL
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      • Profile picture of the author NEseO
        Originally Posted by outwest View Post

        you can analyze google top 10 competition with Google kw tool?
        Nope

        For
        an All in one Glance View of the top 10 Google Competition

        Market Samurai spits out

        1, Domain Age
        2. PR
        3. Backlinks to Page (also analyzes Anchor text and PR)
        4, Backlinks to Site
        5. Indexed Pages in Domain
        6. Onpage SEO factors. (kw in domain, title, url, description) etc
        7. Index status for Yahoo and DMOZ
        etc etc etc etc

        All of that is done in 30 seconds, and presented in an All in One Top 10 View

        With Paid Market Samurai

        That is Why we Pay for Market Samurai


        thats why you continually see poster after poster after poster say they use

        1. Google Kw Tool
        2. Market Samurai


        They are just smart enough to know what tools they need. Do you seriously think that many guys are paying 97 bucks for a program that they dont need? that they could get the same info for free? Hell I am cheap , it takes a lot of prodding and justification for me to shell out any money, and I gladly paid for Market Samurai.

        People who say Google kw tool is all you need, are either delusional , or something is missing in that analysis

        IMO anyone who thinks you can be successful (as successful) in this buss with no paid tools,
        is missing out

        any business requires some initial outlay of money

        Thats like a carpenter going to work and thinking he can be successful with no tools, or better yet , he can just borrow tools from others. LOL
        Okay keep your hair on!!

        I was not saying anything bad about MS and yes I hear it is a good tool, just that I choose not to use it.

        There are other things I use and clearly didn't go into detail.

        I will identify a lot of keywords related in a cluster, so go to Google KWT and identify lots of keywords with good search volume (exact). Then I will generally try to hit 3-5 keywords per page of a site with some pages that are about something related but different and not targeting anything (just get some bulk and content into the site).

        I will generally go for all keywords regardless of the competition. Although this being said I will check the competition using either Traffic Travis as an overall view or just use SEO Quake addon for Firefox. From this I identify the keywords I want to mainly target on a page. So, if there was a keyword that was really really competitive then I would target it but not too heavily, I would go for the other medium difficulty keywords within the page. Then after time if I start to get up there for the harder word then I may choose to go for it.

        Job done!
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  • Profile picture of the author andean
    Google Keyword External Tool with an extra effort is the best value.
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  • Profile picture of the author theebookcavern
    Hey Guys,

    My opinions is that the only keyword tool you need is the Google Keyword tool.

    However, at a cost of $97 Market Samurai is definitely a worthwhile investment because it saves you so much time. You can simply set all the parameters around the keywords you want to target it and then apply these as a filter so it only returns the keywords you want. The phrase to broad match % alone helps you filter out lots of keywords that potentially look good but are actually very rarely searched for in that order. That's without even mentioning the brilliant SEO competition feature.
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    • Profile picture of the author outwest
      Originally Posted by theebookcavern View Post

      Hey Guys,

      My opinions is that the only keyword tool you need is the Google Keyword tool.

      However, at a cost of $97 Market Samurai is definitely a worthwhile investment because it saves you so much time. You can simply set all the parameters around the keywords you want to target it and then apply these as a filter so it only returns the keywords you want. The phrase to broad match % alone helps you filter out lots of keywords that potentially look good but are actually very rarely searched for in that order. That's without even mentioning the brilliant SEO competition feature.
      If I could use a good Free tool that was of equal ability and speed as Market Samurai to analyze Google top 10 competition < I would use it and save myself 97 dollars

      but there is nothing out there that can compare for free
      In fact I dont think there are any paid tools that can outperform MS for this job.

      Traffic Travis? to me I downloaded the free version , it would not pull up backlinks, and even 4 months later I updated it............the new version would still not pull up backlinks. No way will I risk buying the paid version if the free version wont work for backlinks. If you google, a lot of people have this problem with Traffic Travis and it goes on for WEEKs not days. So, no thanks to that tool

      I would say 80 percent of Warrior members seem to use Market Samurai, I might be a tad high on that estimate
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      • Profile picture of the author theebookcavern
        Originally Posted by outwest View Post

        If I could use a good Free tool that was of equal ability and speed as Market Samurai to analyze Google top 10 competition < I would use it and save myself 97 dollars

        but there is nothing out there that can compare for free
        In fact I dont think there are any paid tools that can outperform MS for this job.

        Traffic Travis? to me I downloaded the free version , it would not pull up backlinks, and even 4 months later I updated it............the new version would still not pull up backlinks. No way will I risk buying the paid version if the free version wont work for backlinks. If you google, a lot of people have this problem with Traffic Travis and it goes on for WEEKs not days. So, no thanks to that tool

        I would say 80 percent of Warrior members seem to use Market Samurai, I might be a tad high on that estimate
        Totally agree with you outwest. I wasn't trying to encourage people to use Google's KW tool only and not buy Market Samurai. What I meant was that you don't absolutely need Market Samurai but it comes highly, highly, highly recommended. For a 1 time payment of $97 you get free updates, a tool that you will be using for years to come and a tool that will save you hours each day. It really is a no brainer.

        I would liken it to an email autoresponder. You don't technically need 1. You could collect the emails yourself, read up on all the legislation and then manage it all manually. However, the time it would cost is so high compared to the relatively low investment cost that it would not be the sensible option.
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  • Profile picture of the author tryinghard
    google keyword tool is free and is fast
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    • Profile picture of the author outwest
      Originally Posted by tryinghard View Post

      google keyword tool is free and is fast
      I keep seeing guy say that, and you are right, its free and fast we mostly all use it to get the kws we need

      my question is what tool do you use when you analyze Google top 10 competition? There are no free tools that do this well, or fast
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  • Profile picture of the author outwest
    The guy that said he goes for every kw regardless of the competition
    has me stumped

    really?
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    • Profile picture of the author NEseO
      Originally Posted by outwest View Post

      The guy that said he goes for every kw regardless of the competition
      has me stumped

      really?
      That's me

      Let me give an example (not one I use though). Lets say you want to build an insurance site. So your front page will be some blurb and summary of what your site has. Then you would have 1 page for car insurance, 1 for home insurance, 1 for landlords insurance etc.

      So take the landlords insurance page. You will search and find keywords like "landlords insurance" "cheap insurance for landlords" "compare landlord insurance" etc.

      Now I don't know their search volumes or competition but lets say that "landlords insurance" is really competitive and the others are medium and medium to low competition. I would target the group of keywords on a page including "landlords insurance". Why? Well why not? Okay I may never rank for that keyword but there are times that you will.

      So you hit all the pages with your backlinks following your strategy of what you believe works. Make sure you interlink pages well and there are times that you will eventually hit page 1 with the high competition keyword (and of course a lot of times you don't!!).

      I have had times when I see my traffic volumes take a jump up and the usual case is that the high competition keyword has started to rank. Then, and only then, I will start to focus on getting top 3 position for this keyword.

      Obviously this is just an example and I don't know if this is a competitive term but hope you get my thinking.
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  • Profile picture of the author Barry Unruh
    I keep hearing great things about SECockpit, but have not tried it.

    I do use Market Samurai as my "go to" tool, but like using many features in GAKT, especially the Contextual Targeting Tool.

    One thing I think people overlook about Market Samurai is it is not just a keyword research tool.

    You use it for researching blogs, forum, web 2.0 sites for building backlinks in the Promotion Module.

    You can post to your blog directly from Market Samurai using information you have found through the find content and publish modules.

    You can get pingbacks for your blog through Market Samurai.

    You can configure ads and add them to your blog from Clickbank, Amazon, PayDotCom, and Commission Junction.

    You can jump from keyword research to researching domain names in an instant.

    You have a good rank tracking tool integrated in the package.

    Now for $97 that's one heck of a tool...you just need to learn to use all of it.
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  • Profile picture of the author kashem
    Used and tried many tools like:
    wordtracker
    sitesell brainstromer
    semrush
    keyworddiscovery
    marketsumarai


    For getting list of keywords - semrush is good , for analyzing marketsummari is better
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  • Profile picture of the author Rukshan
    Google keyword tool is the best one. It's too fast. Additionally I use Niche finder and Traffic travis pro version for other analysis.
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  • Profile picture of the author HarryS
    I have Market Samurai, Microniche Finder and Long Tail Pro. My preference is Long Tail Pro because it is faster and it works consistently. The other two are extremely slow and there are times where Market Samurai fails to work at all.
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  • Profile picture of the author KentChow
    I am a happy customer of Long Tail Pro if you haven't heard about it.

    It's a one-time cost and it's $77 on WSO if it's still available. Definitely Markt Samurai gives you more details of competition. I double check before grabbing the domain name and start working on the niche

    I bought many high competition domain names before having all these tools. I use Google KW tool, but it only gives you the volume, but not the competition data to analysis.

    I stay away from high PR and over hundred backlink niches for now.

    I have heard about SECockpit and would give it a shot for a month. Why not just grab 10-20 low competition kw? It will save me tons of wasted time, effort, and budget if I could sort out good (low competiton) keywords quick.

    I gonna build niche sites like factories and testing out how to optimize and speed up the process.
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  • Profile picture of the author Magnus Koenig
    I'm using Market Samurai and Adwords Keyword Tool. They are both great and giving me the service that I need.
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  • Profile picture of the author BigNorm
    I used to use MS but have since gone over to SECockpit. Agreed that MS is cheaper but has a habit of sitting for anywhere upto 10 minutes to do KW analysis on large lists. SECockpit being browser based is alot faster and analyses all your keywords at once without hanging, provides competition analysis of all your keywords at once and domain availability, lets you know if there are sniper, YouTube or major eCommerce sites for your keywords and a host of other extras you won't find in MS. The downside though is that SECockpit is a monthly subscription and not built for those on a tight budget and it limits you on inputting large lists for KW analysis, so if you get a list 500 words, then you have to cut it down into 100 word blocks.
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  • Profile picture of the author Ammy Tisdale
    Originally Posted by KentChow View Post

    Hi all,

    I am curious what the best keyword research tool is out there.

    I use Market Samurai, Niche Finder, and recently got LongTail Pro and love it.

    Just curious if Micro Niche Finder or any other that I should have?

    I find they all do similar thing, I could find many great keywords with low competition and high volume search - exact domain names.

    Any Pros and Cons and your take to share?
    There are many but i use mostly Google Keyword tool, WordTracker and MarketSamruti etc.
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  • Profile picture of the author AROD2102
    Google is what I use and it never fails!
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  • Profile picture of the author Nyabwanga
    am interested with google adwords...someone to show me around?
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    • Profile picture of the author lancejeffersons
      Originally Posted by Nyabwanga View Post

      am interested with google adwords...someone to show me around?
      Google Adword Keyword Tool, is keyword research tool that shows you how many times a keyword is search globally and locally..It also shows the competition for that keywords, and it also shows you the relevant keywords..
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