Market Samurai is great, but to be honest 9/10 times I just just the adword keyword tool.
Yes i agree with you market samurai is the best ever.
Agree. But market samurai is very to slow work.
Since you are using adwords 9 out of 10 times, how would you get the google competition for a keyword by using google keyword tool?
I like Market Samurai as well, its very nice.
It doesn't lag for me, its fast.
I think back linking is the best possible way to SEO if you would like more information about this please visit my hub <snipped link - do not promote your Hubs in the forums> this will help clear up the whole process of SEO I hope it helps and good luck.
In your hub you say: "by linking to similar content those links become back links which are link back doors to your content" what does that mean exactly?
While on the subject of links, from within the first paragraph of your hub on SEO you have linked to a hub on Capital Equity Structure using "might want" as the link text - could you please explain your thinking behind that?
Its a bold claim that one hub will help clear up the whole process of SEO, unfortunately its not this one!
Market Samurai, Micro Niche Finder or Traffic Travis. I like MS but a lot of people here use MNF and love it. Traffic Travis is free I believe and has also had good things said about it.
I think it's important to know how to do it all by hand before you get a tool though, otherwise it might not make much sense.
Market Samurai is a keyword tool. You got to do SEO yourself or outsource it.
I use Micro Niche Finder, SEOMoz and Traffic Travis. Traffic Travis is a free tool so it is probably a good place to start!
Keyword research: Market Samurai, MNF
Competition : Market Samurai, SEO Toolbar
Backlink tool: - automated backlink tools is not allowed here -
It depends what the aim of website is. If it is just for shops and special target groups then may Market Samurai will offer you finetuning for the adwords. Hell engines may help to list a website in hundreds of search engines.
I personally prefer target group related matching. Therefore I use the Alexa toolbar showing me at once if a visited website has much traffic or not.
The extras of the tool then allow a closer look into the trafic, keywords and links. Unlike many other engines the filter of Alexa is very hard.
With this i can analyze competitors in a business sector in order to see from where they receive links and traffic.
Well and what I do pretty often is to check SEO agencies if they have a good Alexa entry. Often you can find there Links that you can use for own projects and see if a company is good or just knows how to sell.
What I learned from SEO is that it has no use to be at the top position for keywords or search phrases if not many people are searching these in search engines.
Imagine you have number 1 position for a keyword that is only searched 1000 times or less per month?
The costs for SEO would be pretty high while the margin or revenue must be incredible high only to justify such activities.
Imagine if the ctr is 50%, then 500 visitors would come and if the conversionrate is 1500 per sale then it would need 3 month for one sale.
Better is to analyze competitors to see where else they receive traffic, because similar structures will then allow later combined with good search engine position to improve the total output of a web project.
Standardized software will never allow to cover strategies that should be planned individually. Therefore it is better to use for every web project/business different kind of tools.
by Kate Swanson 8 years ago
I jumped on the bandwagon and signed up for Market Samurai.Having spent some time playing with it, I'd advise people to think twice about signing up.I can see the value, however having used the rank checker and SEO competition for my websites, all it's achieved is to make me want to throw in the...
by Earl Noah Bernsby 4 years ago
I can here the snippers approaching.Snip, snip.Snip.
by Ritsos 7 years ago
I think it was RyanK that mentioned this initially and I;ve finally got round to downloading the 12 day free trial and have watched the first 5 intro videos which look really good.I wondered if anyone uses this for keyword research ... I rarely pay for software preferring whatever is free but this...
by Paul Edmondson 10 years ago
Are any of you using semantic SEO techniques as part of your keyword strategies?
by Butch Tool 2 years ago
Hello, dear fellows, I am hoping that someone with more experience may be able to direct me to any free resources that will help me learn how to become an SEO master. Primarily, I want to learn how to do in-depth keyword research to pick great niches to write about that have a high payment on...
by Sasinib 7 years ago
So I have been trying to research SEO tips and there are just so many! I would like to know some tips that are used by my fellow hubbers that actually work for them. Please let me know if you have any tried and true SEO tricks up your sleeve - I will be eternally grateful.Thank you!!
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