When I think about the Jaaxy keyword tool there’s a saying that comes into mind: “Never judge a book by its cover” – have you ever heard that before?
Relatively new on the scene, the developers of Jaaxy are touting it as “the world’s most advanced keyword tool”… a big claim right? I’m pretty sure by the end of this Jaaxy Keyword Tool review you’ll have your own opinion.
When it comes to understanding affiliate marketing, for example, keywords are everything…trust me on that one.
It doesn’t matter which online marketing model you choose to pursue, article marketing, sniper niche sites, SEO, PPC, or video marketing to name just a few, the success or failure of your marketing efforts will hinge on your keyword research.
We all want low competition keywords, keywords that generate a good amount of search without the masses of competing web pages.
With the right keywords, you will always be in front of your target market, and that’s why having a method of finding the “best keywords” is like finding the secret ingredient for Coca-Cola!
So let’s take a look and see if Jaaxy stands up to those advanced keyword tool claims.
If you take a look at the Jaaxy website you will see why I used the phrase “never judge a book by its cover” because you’ll land on a website with quite a plain interface. However, the messages on the images are exactly what an Internet marketer wants to read…
- Check keyword competition
- Quickly uncover niches
- Low competition with high traffic keywords
- Traffic estimates for front page sites
- Store keyword lists online or exporting available
- $19 a month for unlimited access
- 30 free searches trial available
Now I’d be lying if I said that I didn’t expect to see a flashy website, but the clear message and quite plain site worked. Not only that but the button offering 30 free searches was just the ticket, and it’s the kind of offer that we like a lot here at Work From Home Watchdog.
Jaaxy Keyword Tool Overview
Once I signed up for my free trial I was directed to a screen that looked surprisingly simple to understand. Without entering a seed keyword, I had a look at the information Jaaxy would be returning. By default, I landed on the tab named Keyword Data.
The keyword data that Jaaxy returns is the exact number of monthly searches. The estimated number of clicks if you were on the first page of the search results, and QSR (Quoted Search Results), a figure that reveals the number of pages with the “exact” same search term in Google.
If the QSR # is less than 400, it’s an indicator that a well-crafted piece of written content would rank on the first page of Google.
The next box is labeled KQI (Keyword Quality Indicator). Here Jaaxy has a visual indicator with a traffic light system.
Green for good red for bad, and I guess amber is take your chances! SEO power is another measurement based on competition, traffic, and QSR.
The ideal score is 100 and the closer to 100 the better for you. Directly after you can check if there is a domain with your related keywords available, or add them to your “to do” list.
It all looked pretty good, so I added a seed keyword (Vacuum Cleaner) into the search box and clicked search.
You can take a look at the information that Jaaxy gave me in the video below: (switch to full screen for clearer detail)
The Main search term ‘vacuum cleaner’ had far too many competing web pages.
So a quick look at the KQI column revealed a green light next to 3 keywords that the Jaaxy keyword tool indicates I can rank for:
- “Dyson vacuum cleaners reviews”
- “Dyson canister vacuum”
- “Dyson vacuums sale”
The Competition tab shows 10 very useful web 2.0 platforms (places for sharing content) and driving traffic back to your website.
Jaaxy revealed that there was only one piece of optimized content on Youtube for the keyword “Dyson vacuum cleaners reviews”.
If I were to add content to all of these web 2.0 platforms I’m certain of front-page rankings.
The Website SERPS tab shows the top 10 results in Google, Bing, or Yahoo. The cool add-on I like here is the ability to take a look at your competitor’s websites.
Meta information is available as well, with total links into the site and on-page analysis for your target keyword revealed. This little spy tool comes in very handy!
The ‘Affiliate Programs’ tab directs you to a page where you can find merchants’ websites and their affiliate program details that correspond to your keyword.
Most of the programs that Jaaxy generated were from Commission Junction (a very popular physical product affiliate network). Though others like Clickbank, Linkshare, and Amazon are also in the mix.
Brainstorm allows you to pick from 100 trending search terms across the Internet, at any given time. I particularly like the Amazon best sellers.
Once you have picked one of the top 100 trending links, using Jaaxy as you normally would enables you to find related keywords that could potentially drive a wave of new traffic to your website.
Jaaxy Keyword Tool Review Summary
As a keyword tool I would say that Jaaxy is certainly up there with the best – and by that I mean the best “paid keyword tools”.
The fact that you can use Jaaxy for free to test how well it works is the icing on the cake.
However, it’s important to remember that Jaaxy is so much more than a keyword tool.
It’s a research bank, a domain finder, a competition spy tool and so much more. I think that you’d find it pretty hard to disagree with their opening statement “The only research platform you need.”
The Jaaxy keyword tool has certainly made it onto my best tool list. I’ll be performing my keyword research with Jaaxy from now on for sure.
I suggest that you should definitely consider it as an option if you are serious about quick and efficient keyword research Give Jaaxy a try, it’s free, and you have so much to gain!
Tony – WFHW