Market Samurai 50% Off Deal (Today Only) & Why I Still Love This Keyword Tool
Note: The sale is over, but you can still get a free trial here.
First and foremost there is a Market Samurai 50% off deal going on that ends TODAY!
Before I continue, I know, I am a keyword tool fiend. I have a bunch and I use:
- Market Samurai
- Keyword Canine
- And Keyword Snatcher
I use Market Samurai and Keyword Canine on a daily basis and Keyword Snatcher weekly.
Do you need them all? No. Do you need a keyword tool outside of Google Keyword Planner? Not really. But, having tools like this will greatly cut down research time, make you more money by finding additional keywords you might have missed and showing you how strong all of your competition is without manually doing it or guessing.
But, let me tell you why I still love Market Samurai specifically and why I recommend it. It’s 3 fold:
- Free Training From The Team
- Pretty Accurate Assessments
First, it’s simple in it’s use. You can use MS’s default settings to find great keywords in any niche in fact, watch their free start-up Videos here.
Once you play around with the tool it gets even easier to use. I’ve demoed this tool here before.
Now, I basically fire it up, plug in my keywords and check the stats for search volume and competition in a few minutes.
The Free Training
The guys over at Market Samurai are pretty smart and pretty down to Earth. I hosted a webinar with Ben from their team in the past and trust me, they know what they are doing.
They have an entire training area for Market Samurai set up here. They call it a DOJO and you can learn a lot of techniques for easier keyword search that I have personally never even taught.
They also break down every use of the Keyword Tool itself where as I just break down the basic uses.
The Tool Is Accurate
With keyword research there is one thing to always remember; every tool uses estimates including Google It’s impossible to not do it. Since Market Samurai gets some of their information through Google’s Keyword Planner API they are accurate up to Google’s standards.
Overall I’ve had the tool for I believe around 4 years. I actually was late to the party by around 6 months of their original release date. I love the tool and glad the team keeps working to improve it. Get a copy here.
It’s a good sale on a good tool and if you’ve even thought for a minute about buying it, I recommend it.
If you have questions about it’s use or anything else you want to ask me, do so below.