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    Hi,

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    So there is NO online tool that will tell us how many links are competitions has for a certain keyword? So we could judge how many links we might need to get to page one for that word?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sami4u View Post
    Hi,

    Thanks everyone

    So there is NO online tool that will tell us how many links are competitions has for a certain keyword? So we could judge how many links we might need to get to page one for that word?

    Sami
    I'm sure there are some SEO tools who do it. A basic one you could use to have a general view of all backlinks with their proper anchor texts is BlueBacklinks ( Backlink Checker )

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    So there is NO online tool that will tell us how many links are competitions has for a certain keyword? So we could judge how many links we might need to get to page one for that word?
    To get this data, a tool needs to get access to the search engine data, and as far as I know Yahoo used to give out useful back link data but they stopped updating it. The "tools" simply used this data but now the data is getting old.

    So the answer is "No there is no accurate tool to provide this data" I think.

    I know that an SEO company called Majestic SEO is trying to fill this void by (I guess) using their own bots to crawl the web.

    Maybe you can run your own tests by doing say article submissions and bookmarking bursts, and seeing what affect it has on your rankings for your keywords?

    If you get a big boost, then you will know that the competition is not so strong or vise versa.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sami4u View Post
    Hi,
    I have heard that some people have gotten on page 1 for a certain keyword using just sig links.
    I don't believe that it's possible to rank on a competitive keyword just using siganture links.

    But it's hard to say what will work. Google Makes One Change Per Day To Search Algorithm

    Quote Originally Posted by Sami4u View Post
    How do you determine the number of links needed for a single keyword to reach page one?
    It's not possible to determine how many links needed for rank on a keyword. It will depend on: 1) the strength of the competition 2) the number of sites competiting for the keyword 3) local rank 4) authority inbound links 5) trust rank etc

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    Next once you have that number what is the best way to split it up? (Example is 1000 sig links from the same forum just as good as 100 sig links at 10 different forums or would 100 sig links from 10 different forums be better?)
    A thousand signatures (and profile links) from 1000 forums would be better than 1000 sigs from the same forum/profile.

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    Do sig links that are old still count for anything? (Meaning if you no longer post a certain forum and your post are over 2 years old do they have any value?)
    It depends on the forum.

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    They have some value people sell them all the time and spammers, and post padders want as many as they can get.
    Post padders are usually trying to sell their signatures and spammers usually are using software to add the links.
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    Yes, it depends on the forums, if you are using related forums with high pr and dofollow forum, it would be helpful for building links to your site.

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