Market Samurai: SEOC Is *Not* The Only Thing That You Should Look For When Analyzing Keyword Competitiveness

by Niche Finder on August 28, 2009

Don’t just go for every keyword that has a low SEOC value in Market Samurai.

The SEOC score is really just a way of narrowing down a group of SEO terms that are worth analyzing further. Some keywords might have a low SEOC score (under 10,000), yet can still be highly competitive and difficult to rank for, become some people have really locked in their position in the Google Rankings. That’s why it’s important that once you located keywords with a low SEOC score you analyze them with the SEO Competition module in Market Samurai.

Because what really counts is the first page of Google – the sites that get displayed on page 1 of google. If you can’t go up against them, then there’s no need to waste your time trying to rank for that keyword, simply because even though the keyword has a low SEOC value, it still is difficult to rank for in Google.

So the process is:

  1. Locate keywords that might be worth going for
  2. Go over to the SEO Competition module so you can determine which ones are the easiest to rank for.

Read more about SEOC value.

Read more about SEO Competition.

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