I love it. Best marketing tool out there as far as I'm concerned. For Hubpages though, you probably won't utilize all of the different capsules, so if you do buy it just for Hubpages, you might not use the whole program.
You need to decide why you are writing on hubpages first. If it is purely for the writing experience then I would suggest not. If it is for making money then MS is certainly an influence on what to target in order to have a realistic chance of making that money.
When first starting out on HubPages it is wise to hone your skills first and check out how others prepare their hubs ready to try to rank high in the search engines. You should look to see if you can find them for keywords that appear in their hubs and you think they are targeting. If they rank high then this will give you an understanding of what works. Try to emulate the skills that are shown in those hubs.
Once you have developed a writing style that you are comfortable with, then it is time to decide if monetary gain is your goal. If it is then MS should be taken on the 40 day trial. Do not do this until you are ready because MS is not the easiest of products to work with and you will want to make the most of the free days you have. If you start before you are clear what you want it will be a waste.
So, basically yes, but only when you are ready to do that keyword research that could increase your articles popularity on the search engines - but remember, it only gives you choices. It is up to you to create top quality hubs in the first place. It cannot do that for you.
I love it. I'm a newcomer and an amateur. If you use the training videos with the software you learn a lot very fast. Don't pay more than $93. Get the free trial, then wait til they make you an offer. Good luck!
by dablufox 7 years ago
I would like to know why, after I have wasted my time writing a number email to hubpages arguing that a few of my hubs have been pulled and put into no man's land, one of my hubs they have allowed yet two other have not?In answer the moderator has given a range of reasons why the two hubs have been...
by karpouzian 8 years ago
Is it worth signing up for a free trial?
by Miss Lil' Atlanta 6 years ago
How long did it take before you started earning $50 to $100 a month on Hubpages?I try not to think all too much about the earning part on Hubpages since I'm still new here (4 months), but when you're earning literally NO money at all... It's still a bit discouraging.
by Kate Swanson 7 years ago
I jumped on the bandwagon and signed up for Market Samurai.Having spent some time playing with it, I'd advise people to think twice about signing up.I can see the value, however having used the rank checker and SEO competition for my websites, all it's achieved is to make me want to throw in the...
by ryankett 7 years ago
Then JUST DO IT.Its fantastic. For 12 days I am taking advantage of the free trial, having watched the first couple of video tutorials, and snapping up dozens of great keywords for hubpages to last me at least 3 months of publishing. If I find the time over the next few days, then maybe even 6...
by awsydney 8 years ago
I just signed on the 30-day challenge yesterday. Wondering if it's good for a beginner like me.BTW, I'm off the bed..4.20am here in Sydney no more replies but hopefully someone can help.. Goodnight everyone!
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