So you want to learn how to use Jaaxy like a pro, huh?
If you’re a blogger, then you know that traffic to your website is the key to revenue.
And how do you get that traffic? You use the best free keyword search tool for SEO you’ll find online. It’s time to introduce yourself to Jaaxy.
How to Use Jaaxy
Jaaxy is an extremely powerful keyword research tool capable of much more than spitting out keyword traffic numbers. Filled with resources like the Alphabet Soup feature, Search Analysis to analyze your competition and your ability to rank, Site Rank to track your rankings, and more, Jaaxy gives you a massive advantage when it comes to driving targeted, FREE traffic to your content.
Understanding how to use Jaaxy is the first step, so let’s break down every single feature available and show you exactly how to maximize your success.
Imagine having a huge crowd of people gathered outside your storefront.
Now imagine having a tool that could tell you EXACTLY what each of them was looking for as they walked in the door.
What would you do with a tool like that at your disposal?
If you’re smart, you’d line your shelves with exactly what those customers were looking for.
This is how keyword research tools work. They allow you to research the EXACT SEARCHES your target audience is making, finding the most POPULAR searches with the LEAST COMPETITION. Do this consistently and your content will be landing on Google’s page 1 and that means MASSIVE, FREE TRAFFIC to your website.
Watch my video review below to see how Jaaxy works.
What are Keywords and How Do They Work?
Every time we make a Google search, we are typing in keywords to find what we’re looking for.
Google is so good at this it will try to predict what we’re going to type based on what just about every other human being on earth has typed in before us.
The best keyword research analysis tools like Jaaxy will take all this data from millions of search queries and compile it so that we can find out all kinds of things about our target audience.
We can use this tool to find out which keywords are being searched for the most, which have the least competition, how our competition is using these keywords, along with much, much more.
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In this review, I’m going to show you the Jaaxy Enterprise edition.
Jaaxy comes fully integrated inside what I feel is the best affiliate marketing training you can find online. The Enterprise edition gives you 100% of all Jaaxy’s bells and whistles at your fingertips.
Using all of Jaaxy’s features together, you’re going to have a huge upper hand on the competition.
The first tab we see when we open Jaaxy is the Keywords tab.
The Keywords tab is of course the main body of Jaaxy. Type in any keyword into Jaaxy’s keyword search bar and you’ll get quite a list of related keywords.
With Jaaxy Enterprise you’ll get a return of 35 keyword results for each search you make. You also have a multi-tabbed search feature allowing you to have up to 5 different searches open at once.
When Jaaxy populates your search results, you’ll notice different columns and categories filled with data.
Let’s do some keyword research for the keyword “ways to make money online” and show you what these columns mean.
The first column is a list of related keywords with your main keyword topping the list.
By hovering over the “?” next to each column’s heading you can see what each column represents.
In this case, hover over the “?” next to “Keyword” and you’ll see that Jaaxy defines it “a phrase that users type into search engines to find what they are looking for”.
Pro tip: Click on the heading at the top of any column and sort your results from high to low or low to high.
The next two columns deal with all important traffic.
The “avg” column shows the average number of searches that the keyword receives per month.
Our keyword here “ways to make money online” averages over 26,000 searches per month.
If you saw that stat by itself you’d think this is a great keyword to choose to write your content around, right?
And this is why understanding how to use Jaaxy is so important.
As you’ll see in the QSR column a couple columns down, traffic alone doesn’t make for a great keyword to target.
The traffic column gives you an idea of the number of monthly visits to your website you can expect if you achieve first page rankings in the search engines.
In this example, Jaaxy shows 4,495 visits to your website if you ranked on the first page of Google searches with this keyword.
QSR stands for “Quoted Search Results”. This is a big one.
This is the number of competing websites ranked in Google for this exact keyword.
Although this keyword can bring lots of traffic, getting your post to rank on the front page of Google search results may be next to impossible for such a highly competitive keyword.
Under this QSR column we can see that there are 245 different sites trying to rank for “ways to make money online”.
What good is great traffic potential if you can’t make it to page 1?
Pro Tip: In the early stages of building your website, you should concentrate on “low hanging fruit” keywords.
What qualifies as “low hanging fruit”?
A good rule of thumb when identifying “low hanging fruit” keywords are keywords that average 100 or more monthly searches, but have less than 100 websites competing for that keyword.
The lower the competition, the better chance you have for ranking.
KQI stands for “Keyword Quality Indicator”.
Using an easy to understand grading system of “Great”, “Normal”, and “Poor”, Jaaxy quickly tells you whether keywords are a good choice or not.
Because of all the competition for our original keyword, we get a red “Poor”.
However, notice how “free ways to make money online” fairs much better and we get a green “Great”.
Pro Tip: The first step I take when Jaaxy shows my results is sorting the Avg column from high to low by clicking on “avg”. I then start looking at all the keywords showing as “Great”. As I go down my list, I click on the keywords I like and save these to a list. Saving to a list allows me to gather the cream of the crop all in one place to choose from later.
This is a numerical score based on many metrics including traffic, competition, and much more. The closer to 100, the better chance you have of ranking on the first page for this keyword.
This shows you the availability of that keyword as a .com, .net, or .org domain.
This is great when using keywords for niche research. Imagine the potential traffic a website has when you know the domain name itself is a very popular search!
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Alphabet Soup Tab
Jaaxy’s “alphabet soup” feature finds all kinds of variants to your keyword, going through the entire alphabet to find them.
You can see exactly what I mean from the photo above. Jaaxy Enterprise gives you 50 related keyword variants per letter.
Pro Tip: Take the time to use alphabet soup. This is a great way to find incredible gems of related keywords. Save them to lists for future articles.
Saved Lists Tab
It’s nice to have some organization when it comes to researching and collecting great keywords.
Over time as you’re using Jaaxy you will surely come upon keywords that have spectacular stats that you’d like to save for later.
This is where saving and managing your keyword lists comes into play.
As you can see in this photo above, I’ve chosen to save the keyword “free ways to make money online” to a list by clicking the checkbox to the left of it.
This brings up the “Save to List” option. Click on “Save to List” to save to a new list or to an existing one.
Search History Tab
The Search History tab allows you to retrace your steps and see the searches you’ve made using Jaaxy.
Many times as you dig deeper and deeper into a keyword searching for variants and so forth, you can actually forget the original path that got you there.
When this happens, have no fear, Search History is here!
Search Analysis Tab
In just about every aspect of business, it’s important to be able to see what the competition is doing.
Search Analysis shows you the current top ranking posts for your keyword in Google, Bing, and Yahoo. Not only does it show you the top sites ranked for that keyword, but you can click on “Details” and get their stats as well.
You’ll be able to see metrics like word count, links on site, backlinks, Alexa rank, and if they are running Adsense.
So, for example, if you see that the top 7-10 positions for your keyword are held by major authority sites, and you’re seeing that these posts each contain 4,000-5,000 words and belong to websites with 75,000 backlinks, you should realize that you’re probably not going to be able to rank that keyword.
It would be very difficult for a post from your new site to knock these guys off from the top.
However if you see just one or two authority sites in the top 10, with other ranking sites showing word counts of around 1,000 along with much fewer backlinks and signs of authority, this means you could be ready to take their spot when you publish your quality content!
Affiliate Programs Tab
The affiliate programs tab is another reason Jaaxy is a true one stop shop when it comes to keyword research tools.
This feature allows you to find affiliate programs related to your keyword.
Pro Tip: Use this in conjunction with the Domains column in the Keyword tab when doing niche research to find highly searched domains primed for traffic and how to monetize them.
This is a cool feature for finding trending keywords across a number of internet platforms.
Jaaxy brainstorm stays current with the top trending searches across Google trends, Alexa topics, Amazon best sellers, and Twitter.
Pro Tip: Take advantage of the sudden interest in a topic that’s trending by creating content around a trending topic and get that spike in traffic. Some trends fade quickly, while others last. Using topical keywords can be a great way to get your articles and website seen.
Last but not least let’s cover the Site Rank feature.
The Site Rank feature is spectacular for tracking how well all this keyword research is paying off.
You search by entering both your keyword and domain and Jaaxy calculates exactly where your post is ranking on Google, Yahoo, and Bing.
How Much Does Jaaxy Cost?
Jaaxy Starter is absolutely free!
With it you get 30 searches with a return of 20 results per search, the affiliate program finder, keyword list manager, Brainstorm idea feed, keyword competition data, and more.
It’s fully integrated into the affiliate marketing training platform I recommend over all others that shows you EXACTLY how to maximize your success with it!
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Jaaxy Pro (Most Popular)
At $49/month, Jaaxy Pro is the most popular Jaaxy package.
You’ll get unlimited keyword searches with sortable search results, unlimited search history, search analysis, alphabet soup (15 results per letter), 2x multi-threaded search, 2,000 Site Rank analysis scans, and more.
Jaaxy Enterprise (Most Value)
At $99/month, Jaaxy Enterprise gives the everything I’ve shown you in this review.
If you want to get Jaaxy Enterprise absolutely FREE take a 2 week free trial of Wealthy Affiliate Premium Plus+. This is Wealthy Affiliate’s highest tier of premium training, packed with all the tools, resources, expert classes, and affiliate marketing training you could ask for to help you create full time revenue. When your trial is over, Premium Plus+ only costs $99/month, so Jaaxy Enterprise comes completely free!
Jaaxy Enterprise gives you unlimited keyword searches with a return of 35 results per search.
You can create unlimited saved keyword lists, perform 10K Site Rank analysis scans, and the Alphabet Soup feature will return 50 results per letter.
You have automated QSR (no need to click to show result), automated domain search, 5x multi-threaded keyword search, and more.
Give Jaaxy a Try Free and Start Finding Great Keywords!
Are you ready to give Jaaxy a spin?
Nothing beats 30 free searches that will get your website the supercharge it needs to get to that next level, right?
Understanding the power of keywords is crucial to driving targeted traffic to your content. Having the right keyword research tool at your disposal and knowing how to use it is what separates the newbies from the experts. Jaaxy not only allows for keyword research, but with features like Search Analysis and Site Rank, you can choose which “low hanging fruit” keywords will have the best chance at landing you at the top of Google’s search results.
Do you have a better understanding of the power keywords have on your ability to rank on the front page of Google’s search results? Have you ever used a keyword research tool before?
Let me know any questions or comments you have and leave them in the comments section below! I always reply and I look forward to hearing from you!