I've come across a few keywords/phrases that according to Market Samurai have relatively low competition but the same ones in Googles AdWords keyword finder, it shows hight competition .. is this because it aims at opposite ends of the market .. ie one a seller and the other an advertiser ... I'm a little confused.
Because the google tool shows you the competition to place adds for that keyword, and market samurai is telling you how many people you will be competing against..
Perhaps try a third tool such as WordTracker to give you a better idea of what's what!
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