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Hi, you could have seen latterly seen the pre launch videos by Shane Melaugh promoting his new release SECOCKPIT and marvelled what it is all about.

What is SE Cockpit by Shane Melaugh

Hi, you could have seen latterly seen the pre launch videos by Shane Melaugh promoting his new release SECOCKPIT and marvelled what it is all about.

Well permit me to start with who is Shane Melaugh. He is know as a Net Marketeer from Switzerland. He's very well respected in the Net Selling community for top quality products and very handy videos. This pre launch is no any different and the promotional videos are very good and explain the theory of SEO (Site Engine Optimisation) and are definitely worth watching if you would like some education in this area. In particular his detailed explanation and examples of the variances between, Broad, Phase and Exact match is keyphrase analysis glorious.

I’ve had the opportunity to view the video by Shane for the promoters of his new launch, which gives me an outline of the product itself. The product looks very good and with a graphical interface will be useful to a large amount of potential users. The product is essentially a rival to Market Samurai in completing your keyword research for marketing purposes.

At present Market Samurai is easily the market leader and with an one off competative low payment of $149.00 it represents superb value. I don't yet know what the price of SE Cockpit will be and whether it will be a once a month payment (IE a continuity program).

What are differences between market Samurai and SECOCKPIT? The first conspicuous difference is that SECOCKPIT is cloud-based and Shane thus recommends it's quicker, indeed I suspect he’s is claiming forty times faster than Market Samurai, which is desktop-based, ie you download software onto your own computer.

This speed claim is dependent on what element of the keyphrase analysis are endeavoring to do. With SECOCKPIT you can click any of the keywords (up to eight hundred) that it returns and it will right away give you the top 10 competing sites straight away. To do this in Market Samurai you click each one of the keywords you are interested in and then click on the SEO competition tab, and it can take a moment or two to return results dependent on Internet speed.

The other main difference is that SE Cockpit is more a graphical interface than Market Samurai. Glaringly this is a matter of personal choice. Market Samurai seems to return additional information associated with each keyword in its first search.

Which is better? Well I have reserve judgement until I have seen pricing. I personally use Market Samurai which, I've always said is fantastic, and the boys at Noble Samurai are forever improving and upgrading the software. As a paid-up user of Market Samurai I couldn't really see any reason to buy another product as it's possible advantages appear questionable.

Market Samurai includes great coaching videos on the product (and web Selling in General, Anthony who produces them has a PhD in education and it shows) and is now totally established. Shane appears to include a detailed list of training video’s inside his product which could well match quality of Market Samurai’s videos because as I announced in the first paragraph does produce some good coaching videos.

So it may or down to price and whether you already own a copy of Market Samurai. I'm going to let you know after the launch and pricing is known, but taking on Market Samurai is a brave move or maybe the current market is big enough for both. Competition is usually good and I am expecting Noble Samurai will speedily address and area’s that they're criticized on and add additional features to remain the Market Leader. The competition will be excellent for us end users!

Paul Barber is UK based and prepares Internet Marketing Reviews on his blog as well as SEO and general webmaster services for his worldwide clients.

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