This Jaxxy review is going to show you everything this tool can do.
Keyword research is one of the most time-consuming tasks you can take part of online. When you’re developing your content, you want to target keywords that get some monthly searches but are not going to be insanely hard to rank. A lot of novice SEO and internet marketers do this completely wrong. Keyword research tools are a dime a dozen. There are lots of different ones to choose from. Over the years I have used SEMrush, Google Keyword Planner, Keywordtool.io, Buzzsumo, Longtail Pro, Market Samurai, etc. I have read lots and tested lot of different keyword research tools and was surprised that this expert feedback different ever mention Jaaxy. However, in this article, I am going to give you an inside look at Jaaxy so that you can decide if this keyword tool is right for you.
First, I want to give you a little sneak peak of the tool. I found this video on Youtube:
How I Found Out About Jaaxy
I’ve been making money online for 8+ years and use Wealthy Affiliate mainly for one on one advice on the direction I want to take my online business. The creators of Wealthy Affiliate also developed Jaaxy. About two years ago I decided to check out Jaaxy for keyword research after using Moz, SEMrush, Buzzsumo, and Market Samurai for the previous five years. Those tools are great, but they are very expensive.
Since I have been using Jaaxy I haven’t felt the need to use any other keyword research tool. They have made some changes over the years to it, and every time they rollout different updates it keeps getting better and better.
Pros & Cons of Jaaxy
I believe the pros far outweigh the cons! Below I have made a list of the pros and cons of Jaaxy:
- Low Monthly Cost. Jaaxy is very cheap compared to a lot of other tools like SEMrush (65+ month) and Buzzsumo ($100+ month).
- User Interface. The interface is very easy to use. There are a red and green colors which indicate which keywords you might want to target.
- Save List. You can easily save the list of keywords you want to target later on.
- Rank Tracker. You can track your keywords with your Jaaxy subscription. There is no need to purchase Rankin or any other WordPress plugin.
- Training Videos. Jaaxy comes with four training videos that show you exactly how to use the software.
- Not Free. Jaaxy is not free. You will have to pay a monthly expense of $19/month.
- Need Internet Connection. You have to be connected to the internet to use it.
The Jaaxy Interface
Shows the keyword you are researching. Jaaxy will give you five keywords for free accounts, 15 keywords for Pro accounts, and 50 for Enterprise accounts. Meaning you will be able to display more keywords at once if you have an Enterprise account compared to a Pro account.
Shows the average monthly searches a month that this keyword gets. It is estimated, and the actual numbers might vary from what you will get in Google. However, I have found that the monthly average is pretty accurate. There are a number of keyword research tools that are horribly off; Jaaxy isn’t one of them!
Will show the estimated traffic that you will receive once you hit the first page of Google. Obviously, the higher up on the first page of Google will get you more traffic.
This stands for quoted search result. Meaning that if you go to Google and type in the keyword with quotes (example: “keyword”). Shows how many competing websites have those exact keywords in their title.
As a general rule of thumb under 300 is medium competition, under 200 is low competition, and under 100 is very low competition. I would suggest for newer sites aim for under 100 QSR.
Stands for keyword quality indicator. You will either see the color green (which means go for it), yellow (which means might be difficult), and red (which means you might want to skip this keyword).
Stands for SEO power. Scans to see if the competing websites have they on page optimization is done correctly. The higher the number (100 the best) means that other competing sites have poorly optimized their websites. You should aim to target keywords that have a low QSR and high SEO value.
Tells you if any keywords have exact match domain names. Personally, I feel this metric is junk. There have been various articles that say Google does rank sites that are exact match domain names. Therefore, I would completely disregard this.
Will give you a list of keyword that is similar to the ones Jaaxy is showing you. It helps to drill down deep and find keywords that get good traffic but are low competition.
Other Features With Jaaxy
This feature in Jaaxy allows you to brainstorm for keywords. You can type in a generic keyword, and this will give you keyword ideas where you can build content around those keywords. I have used this many times to help brainstorm different keywords.
You can save your keyword list so that you can come back and view them later. Comes in useful when you don’t want to write down all the potential keywords you may be targeting. You can put them in different nested saved list.
Keeps track of all the keywords you have searched in the past. It keeps an ongoing list of all your searches.
Allows you to search what is already on Google, Bing, and Yahoo. You can see the top listing sites for any specified keyword. You can view the metrics of the sites already ranking. Shows their title, URL, meta description, meta keywords, word count, links on the site, Alexa rank, keyword density, backlinks, and whether or not they are using Adsense.
You can track your keywords or competitors keywords here. Rather than having to purchase a premium plugin or signing up for a service that tracks your rankings.
Four video training tutorials show you exactly how to use all the different functions with Jaaxy.
Overall, I do like using Jaaxy. It’s one of the best keyword research tools I have used with my business online for nearly a decade. The pros certainly outweigh the cons! The price compared to others is a lot cheaper, you can save your keyword list, and get an unlimited number of searches, etc.
You can check out Jaaxy for free if you want. You get 30 free searches to try out the software. You don’t need to install any software on your computer because Jaaxy works through your web browser.
Other Jaaxy Reviews
AffiliateResources.org is a site by Jay Neil. He provides consultations to online marketers. Also, he is a full-time internet marketer.
Buzznitrous.com is a site by Luis “Louie Luc” Correia. He has been making money online since 2001. Has lots of experience with making money online.
I would like to hear from you and your experience with Jaaxy. Please leave your comments down below.