I just signed up for a one month subscription to Wordtracker and have been comparing the results with what I get from the Google Keyword Tool. My issue is nothing comes close to matching. The values I get for the Google results are very different between the two systems. I’m confused about how to interpret the conflicting information.
Google Keyword Tool is most accurate out of the free keyword tools. Fact. Don't think twice.
Both are quite inaccurate. Can't really say which one is more. To the best of my knowledge, the fundamental difference is google includes only its own data, while wordtracker also includes at least yahoo and bing, may be some other minor ones, too.
Like more people I rely on google keyword tool but we need more feedback from wordtracker users.
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