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COMING SOON: KeywordCanine.com. You've just gotta see this video...

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Re: COMING SOON: KeywordCanine.com. You've just gotta see this video...
« Reply #195 on: January 19, 2012, 05:19:03 PM »
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The source of backlink data we are using excludes spam links from content farms and other low quality trash that Google gives little value to. So the numbers you see from Keyword Canine is the actual number of QUALITY links a site has, which gives you an idea of how many QUALITY links you need to rank.

A lot of high ranking sites have a lot of spam-generated links, and those link numbers might discourage you from trying to rank for a set of keywords that a far lower number of good quality links would push you in the rankings for. That's why we prefer to show you the numbers we are.

Make sense?

Well yes perhaps, but I would still like to know the criteria for filtering out those spam links. Spam links do work, especially in large numbers, and if the real link count is several thousand links and your tool is only showing 38 (as in the earlier example quoted) that is a big discrepancy! Is there any specific reason why you wouldn't want to release the details of who is providing your backlink data, (I am assuming you haven't built your own crawlers)? For those of us who have been in the Google game for more than a decade and have pretty much every SEO tool out there it would be nice to be allowed to judge the reliability of the backlink data ourselves.

Almost regardless of what backlink data you are using the tool would be very valuable, but it would be nice to know if we should go out and run some more tests ourselves before investing in developing a new website in that niche, especially when targeting niches that are in the middle or hard, rather than the lowest hanging fruit...

As previously mentioned I would also love the idea of being able to filter the niche keywords you have found from a general niche or major keyword rather than getting completely random keywords based solely on competition etc, that's part of what makes MNF such a great tool.

Re: COMING SOON: KeywordCanine.com. You've just gotta see this video...
« Reply #196 on: January 19, 2012, 05:33:53 PM »
Sniff-Sniff I smell success with this one keep it going forward -  Waiting for the launch.

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Re: COMING SOON: KeywordCanine.com. You've just gotta see this video...
« Reply #197 on: January 20, 2012, 03:50:35 AM »
I guess what I meant is that I was looking for something like what Keyword Snatcher does (which I own), but has the ability to "spit out" long tail keyword phrases that are Easy, Medium and Hard to rank for.

Hi Jon,

I was thinking how it will end if there will be 100s of users registering for the keyword discovery tool and they will see a lot of keywords to rank for. Will there be some kind of indicator in the system to know if any keyword canine users started to rank for the given keyword? I'm just asking because I have seen your last video about the "wine tasting nyc" keyword. .org and .net exact domains were available for this keyword at the time when you created the video, but .org is taken by now. It means that somebody started to work on this and it wouldn't be worth to fight against eachother with the same tools. What do you think?

Thanks,
Peter

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Re: COMING SOON: KeywordCanine.com. You've just gotta see this video...
« Reply #198 on: January 20, 2012, 06:55:49 PM »
Hi Jon, I did not see the domain suggestion listing available at KeywordCanine.  We knew that the exact match domain is very good for SEO purposes, but if we cannot get the exact match domain, the suggestion domains should be very good for members.  So such tool should be provided at KeywordCanine.

Thank you,
Mozesteven

Re: COMING SOON: KeywordCanine.com. You've just gotta see this video...
« Reply #199 on: January 21, 2012, 05:43:43 AM »
To all who were asking for the figures from the Contextual Targeting Tool: I did the research and that data isn't available via the AdWords API yet. Sorry.

Jon, yes not yet, but could be a two or more step process of grabbing keywords from the contextual targetting tool then running those keywords on adwords API ....

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Re: COMING SOON: KeywordCanine.com. You've just gotta see this video...
« Reply #200 on: January 21, 2012, 07:02:21 AM »
It's not the keywords that aren't available, it's the contextual pricing.

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Re: COMING SOON: KeywordCanine.com. You've just gotta see this video...
« Reply #201 on: January 22, 2012, 12:45:46 AM »
Jon, it is best to transfer the keywrods gathered from keyword snatcher tool to running those keywords on adwords API. So that we can get many new keywords that adwords tool has missed.

Re: COMING SOON: KeywordCanine.com. You've just gotta see this video...
« Reply #202 on: January 22, 2012, 09:49:50 AM »
Jon,
I think KC is a cool tool and I think everyone likes the simple interface and dashboard look.
Is it possible to have 2 features:
1- "hot trends" (i.e for today girl scout cookies has 165,000 local and global search counts)--may not be significant to some, although an indicator.
2- one click interface to a purchasing domain name from a 3rd party provider (you'd benefit from this for sure as well as future affiliates)

Best to you---

Re: COMING SOON: KeywordCanine.com. You've just gotta see this video...
« Reply #203 on: January 24, 2012, 06:55:41 AM »
When will it be available?   How much will it cost?   Will it be a one time purchase or recurring ?

Will you be supporting other languages in the future?  If so, when and which languages?

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Re: COMING SOON: KeywordCanine.com. You've just gotta see this video...
« Reply #204 on: January 24, 2012, 05:51:44 PM »
Next month. Pricing isn't in stone yet, but will be annual. As to languages, it depends on demand.

Re: COMING SOON: KeywordCanine.com. You've just gotta see this video...
« Reply #205 on: January 31, 2012, 12:31:07 AM »
Hi Jon - Thank you for staying on toP!

Another feature I would really enjoy is the tool will cache my site - URLs, Title and description tags.

It will calculate the keyword density of each page.  Based on the top 1-5 keywords it will give me a value - using CPC and estimated traffic.

Here's the gold: Then to put me in the game - it would insert your data and allow me to sort by value of CPC*estimated traffic using the niche data.
I could also sort by URL, because when I sort by URL - the newly inserted will not have a URL and I will be able to quickly work with suggestions
that I have never thought of before.

So now we can see the value of my own pages/site plus see where I have holes in my attempt to dominate the niche.

This would help me tremendously.  As building multiple quality sites is no easy task.  Yet I do want to know where I may miss opportunities, using my
existing domains.

Next to having a domain name match keywords - the url itself is valuable too.  There was another tool out that would give me a Google quality score
using the keyword and my on page optimization.  But I know you would take this idea to a new level and actually give me actionable results.

Then tie all this into the engine of TBS and we can churn out LSI keywords that are not a copy from Google link wheels our anything silly like that.

I look forward to seeing the product, because I know it is rocking with a solid foundation.

Thank you so much for all you do!

 


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Re: COMING SOON: KeywordCanine.com. You've just gotta see this video...
« Reply #206 on: February 02, 2012, 04:20:43 AM »
I just watched the 0 to 7 video. Yes that's impressive, but I would hazard a guess that it was the backlinking you used that got you there that quickly.

No doubt the tool gave you direction and told you of it's ease. Yes, that's nice and yes, I'm interested. But I think you're using a bit of deception in your marketing that might lead some, particularly the newbies, to believe it was the tool that did the heavy lifting.

Maybe you could shed some light on the backlinking that was used to accomplish the #7 spot in 10 days.

Yes, I know that's not the point of keyword canine. But when you scream "look at what my keyword canine tool did in just 10 days" I feel you should be completely transparent.


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Re: COMING SOON: KeywordCanine.com. You've just gotta see this video...
« Reply #207 on: February 02, 2012, 04:30:18 AM »
No doubt the tool gave you direction and told you of it's ease. Yes, that's nice and yes, I'm interested. But I think you're using a bit of deception in your marketing that might lead some, particularly the newbies, to believe it was the tool that did the heavy lifting.

Where's the deception if a tool is promoted as "finding niches" and "showing you where to pick the low growing fruit" and is shown to do so? If a golf pro tells you they can show you how to improve your golf swing, do you complain that the golfer's techniques must have improved due to their putting and that that wasn't covered?  ::)

Of course there are lots of different things to consider. This tool covers finding niches and keywords.

Re: COMING SOON: KeywordCanine.com. You've just gotta see this video...
« Reply #208 on: February 02, 2012, 06:28:04 AM »
I will ask again since it seems like Jonathan might have missed my question:

Where is the backlink data coming from?


This is really important information to be able to evaluate the reliability of the data...

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Re: COMING SOON: KeywordCanine.com. You've just gotta see this video...
« Reply #209 on: February 02, 2012, 06:43:32 AM »
I will ask again since it seems like Jonathan might have missed my question:

Where is the backlink data coming from?


This is really important information to be able to evaluate the reliability of the data...


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