Jaaxy Keyword Search ToolThe keyword tool that will help you find niche after niche after niche.....
What is Jaaxy?
- How to know for certain that the content I am creating actually fills a need or not? (i.e. are people actually searching for the content I am creating)
- How to know if the content/topic I am writing about has too much competition or not? (i.e. if there are a lot of good sites that already exist with similar content, it can be very difficult to get a ranking for any given topic. Jaaxy shows you how much competition there is for any keyword and how much traffic on average per month that keyword is getting).
- How much traffic I can expect to get? (i.e. if I was able to achieve a first page Google ranking for any given topic or keyword, how much traffic could I expect to get? Is it worth writing about in the first place?).
What can Jaaxy do?
- Incredibly easy to use (almost zero learning curve)
- No expertise or jargon required to understand it
- Understand the competition for any keyword
- Easily search for and find great niche keywords
- Easily find good website domain names
- Great tools that help you to find additional keywords
- Very good support (this is important)
- Accurate data (as far as I can determine)
- Ability to save keyword lists and export to excel
- Cost effective
- No downloads or upgrades required to use it
- Free keyword search tool has limitations
- Monthly subscription as opposed to a one-off purchase
Use Jaaxy to create a niche website or article
Jaaxy is an awesome tool if you are looking for ways to find good keywords to create targeted articles or posts on your website or to create a website targeted to a specific niche or set of keywords.
What is a Keyword tool & why is finding a good keyword so important?
A keyword tool basically gives you the ability to find keywords (i.e. words or phrases that people use when they are looking for something on the internet). A good keyword tool will make it easy to search for and find keywords with limited competition and a reasonable amount of traffic. This allows you to focus on writing websites or posts that you know will bring traffic, as long as enough effort is put in.
How to analyze search results from Jaaxy
|Keyword Phrase||Average |
|SEO Score |
(100 is perfect)
|1. Learn how to play violin online||128||22|
|2. Learn how to play violin||621||106||83||183|
|3. Learn how to play the violin||633||108||75||220|
- “Learn how to play violin online” = excellent keyword. This is an excellent choice because of the low competition (QSR score is only 49, which means there are only 49 competing websites) and SEO score of 93. This means that if you write a fairly good, original article titled ‘Learn how to play violin online‘, there is a fair chance you will get ranked on the first page of Google relatively quickly.
- “Learn how to play violin” = average/good keyword. Although more difficult to rank for due to more competing websites (QSR is 183), there is decent traffic (106 visits/month if you get first page ranking in Google) and as the QSR is under 200, with a bit of work you should be able to rank on the first page.
- “Learn how to play the violin” = poor keyword. Because there are a lot of competing websites (QSR is 220) and the SEO score is 75, this would be a difficult keyword to target.
- AVG (i.e. number of searches) of 100 or more = OK. The more the better.
- TRAFFIC (visits your website can achieve if you get on first page of Google) of 10 or more = OK. The more the better.
- QSR score less than 300 = OK, 200 = GOOD. The lower the better.
- SEO score more than 80 = OK, Over 90 = GOOD. The higher the better.
- KQI (keyword quality indicator) = GREEN. Only go for green ones.
Uncovering more keywords
But aren’t all the good keywords taken by now?
I thought the same thing. The internet has been around for a while so you would think that most of the good keywords would already have websites that focus on them. Fortunately, this isn’t the case. Although there are a lot of keywords with high competition, there are thousands upon thousands of keywords that are untapped. I believe the reason for this is that a lot of website developers do not take advantage of the keyword tools or understand their importance. It also takes a bit of persistence and dedication to consistently write content which is relevant and original. That is why, if you persevere you can create a lot of wealth for yourself if you use keyword search tools and dedicate time to writing good content focused on good keywords on a consistent basis. When using Jaaxy, there are several factors you need to look at to understand what a good keyword is.
How much does Jaaxy cost?
There are 3 versions of Jaaxy.
- Free version – in the free version, you get 30 free search queries per month. Each time you make a search query, points are used up. You can also get points by referring others to Jaaxy. The free version doesn’t include some key components like Keyword competition (QSR) but it does allow you to get a good feel for what Jaaxy can do and gives some useful search results. However, if you are serious about doing anything with Keywords, you really need to get the Pro version.
- $19/month (Pro version) – the Pro version is really good and is all you need unless you want to take advantage of the extra features of the Enterprise version which essentially makes it easier to sort your search results and give you more speed. I use the Pro version and find it to be sufficient for my needs. However, I can definitely see the advantage of using the Enterprise version if you want to save time and increase productivity.
- $499/year (Enterprise version) – the main difference between the Pro and the Enterprise version is speed, automation and sorting. The Enterprise version gives you results at 5x, compared to 2x for the Pro version; instead of having to manually click to find out certain information (i.e. competition and domain availability) it comes up automatically; most importantly the Enterprise version gives you ability to sort data which is a massive time saver. You can export to excel from the Pro version, but if you get really serious about using Jaaxy extensively, you may want to consider the Enterprise version.