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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Sami4u (11 March, 2011)
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 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?
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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But it's hard to say what will work. Google Makes One Change Per Day To Search Algorithm
Sami4u (31 March, 2011)