Welcome to my unbiased review of Jaaxy!
As a user of this keyword tool, I’d not only like to share my experiences with it, but also provide the ins and outs, so you know how it works…
And also whether it really is the best keyword tool out there for affiliate marketers and bloggers.
So without further ado, let’s get stuck in…
Cost: 30 free searches (Click Here to Get Yours). PRO = $49/month. ENTERPRISE = $99/month.
** EXCLUSIVE OFFER **
If you join Wealthy Affiliate, you’ll get a special Jaaxy “LITE” version for $0. PRO for only $19/month & ENTERPRISE for $49/month!
Owners: Kyle & Carson.
My Overall Score: 7/10.
In my opinion, Jaaxy is one of the best newbie-friendly platforms for not just quickly and easily uncovering tons of keyword ideas for new content.
But also for monitoring your blog post rankings in the search engines – which saves you time and hassle.
My only beef with the keyword tool is that it falls short in a couple of important SEO areas – which need addressing by Kyle & Carson.
So there are pros and cons to the tool.
But overall, I think the platform’s a great starting point for newbie affiliate marketers.
Get stuck into my FULL review to discover how this tools actually works…
What is Jaaxy All About, Huh?
Put simply, Jaaxy is a keyword research platform helping affiliate marketers and bloggers of all levels to publish content that gets ranked in the search engines.
And we all know what top Google, Bing, and Yahoo rankings can lead to, right?…
Targeted traffic and potential sales/affiliate commissions.
Now, as for the main keyword research function, Jaaxy displays the following 4 SEO metrics for every keyword:
- Volume of Traffic
- QSR – Competition
- KQI – Quality
- SEO – Ranking Power
Basically, these metrics are designed to help you uncover the right keywords for publishing blog posts around that get ranked and drive traffic to your site.
In my ipinion, Jaaxy is such a brill tool that quickly uncovers heaps of keyword ideas.
Sadly though, the tool isn’t without its flaws.
Because from experience and after comparing the keyword Traffic and Competition metrics to the same data produced by Long Tail Pro…
Jaaxy seems inaccurate in those departments – which is why I now only use the tool for research ideas and its other cool functions.
Let’s Pop The Hood to See How Jaaxy Works!
To get started with the tool, you simply enter a keyword search term associated with your niche.
For example, let’s say you type “dog baskets for bikes” into the search bar.
In a matter of seconds, Jaaxy returns a bunch of ideas for your new blog post. Here are a few:
But how do you know if any of these search terms are any good for building blog content around and getting rankings + traffic, huh?
This is where the following metrics are meant to come into play:
The number of monthly searches that the keyword triggers.
The number of monthly visitors on your blog post if it’s on page 1 of the search engines for that particular term.
TIP: Run with a keyword phrase that generates at least 40 visitors per month, because after all, you are building a site for attracting folks and building a profitable Biz.
QSR (Quoted Search Results)
The number of competing websites in Google for that specific search term.
The lower the number, the easier it will be to rank and get traffic.
TIP: Choose a QSR under 100 or as close to 0 as possible – especially when you’re just getting started online with a brand new blog.
KQI (Keyword Quality Indicator)
The quality of the keyword. If it’s Green, it’s AWESOME to use. Amber is OK. Red is POOR – stay the hell away!
A score that combines traffic and competition numbers.
This metric uses a scoring system of 1 – 100.
TIP: Choose a keyword that’s as close to 100 as you can get it because it will increase your chances of page 1 rankings in the 3 top dog search engines.
My final tip of the day is to ALWAYS pick a keyword that forms a readable sentence and makes total grammatical sense.
Stay away from terms like:
- “Dog Baskets Bikes”
- “Dog Baskets Bicycles”
At the end of the day, your content needs to be free-flowing for both your visitors and Google.
Otherwise it leads to a bad user-experience. Simples.
Which Brings me to The Next Feature…
Jaaxy allows you to create keyword lists for grouping your readable and “good to use” phrases together.
You can create multiple keyword lists – you might want one for dog shampoo, dog beds, and dog toys, etc.
It certainly helps you to better-organize your keyword campaigns and content ideas.
So as you can see, Jaaxy really does simplify the whole keyword research process…
Making searching for those “golden nuggets” super fun too!
But it’s NOT JUST a super powerful research tool with a pretty face, ya know!…
Jaaxy Boasts, Even More, Mind-Blowing Features!
There are additional features that I know you’re just gonna LOVE!
But I’m saving the best one till last. 😉
this technique helps you to find TONS of additional ideas for your keyword term.
The tool automatically goes through every letter of the alphabet (A to Z).
For example, a few phrases with the letter “a”:
This nifty features allows you to spy on your competitors’ top ranking positions in Google, Yahoo, and Bing.
You’ll see their Meta Descriptions + Keywords, word count, links on site, backlinks, Alex rank, and also whether they’re using Adsense.
This feature saves you heaps of time.
Drop your keyword term into the box and it automatically finds you various sites with affiliate programs on networks like Commission Junction, Link Share, Digital River, and ClickBank.
In addition, commission percentages are also displayed.
Enables you to thoroughly research topic ideas and also products to promote on your blog…
Using Google Trends, Alexa Topics, Amazon Best Sellers, and Twitter Trends.
This has to be one of my most favorite features inside Jaaxy.
Because it enables you to quickly and easily track your website content rankings in Google, Yahoo, and Bing.
The powerful feature really does save you heaps of time and hassle.
By having a tool that monitors your rankings is gonna allow you to see the progress of your website.
And also make content improvements where they are needed for better rankings.
Plus, not to mention the fact that it’s gonna help you to stay way ahead of the competition.
For example purposes, I entered the term of this website ==> Zero To Affiliate Hero.
YAY, I’m on page 1 of ALL 3 search engines! WOOT WOOT.
Any Training/Support Available From Jaaxy?
To be honest, using Jaaxy really is a piece of lemon drizzle cake!
But should you need any assistance with using the tool, Kyle has created a few walk-through videos that cover:
- Keyword Research & Management (22.49 mins)
- Website Research & Analysis (17.31 mins)
- Niche Research Refinement (16.45 mins)
In my opinion, Kyle gives you some awesome in-depth training on leveraging the platform for your success.
With the most keyword tools, the training isn’t that thorough, but Kyle goes above and beyond to help you.
In addition, you can fill out a form to contact the Jaaxy team if you have any general or billing issues.
How Much is Jaaxy Gonna Cost You?
When you sign up for the free trial, you’ll get 30 free searches and access to the other features, but there will be some limitations.
- PRO level = $49/month
- ENTERPRISE level = $99/month
If you want to experience the full benefits of Jaaxy and also faster keyword searching speeds…
Then I highly recommend upgrading your account to either Pro or Enterprise – whichever level will best fit your needs and budget.
** EXCLUSIVE DISCOUNT **
However, when you become a member of Wealthy Affiliate – you’ll get a special “LITE” option included with your WA membership for $0.
AND you also have the choice to buy PRO for just $19/month or ENTERPRISE for only $49/month!
PROS vs CONS of Jaaxy
- It’s completely free to try (no credit card needed)
- It simplifies the process of keyword research – making it quick & easy
- There’s nothing to download on your computer – it’s totally web-based
- Heaps of AMAZING features
- Training/Support is available
- A very cost-effective tool
- Perfect for affiliate marketing newbies
- Can also help you to find and choose domain names for your sites
- The free trial is limited to just 30 searches
- The SEO metrics (in terms of traffic & competition data) seem inaccurate
My Final Thoughts on Jaaxy (+ BONUS)
Jaaxy is the most user-friendly keyword tool I’ve ever used.
Not to mention the fact it gives you countless keyword suggestions for writing content around and also has an array of cool features.
So I DEFINITYELY give the platform a huge thumb’s up from that point of view.
But in my opinion, Jaaxy falls flat on its face when it comes to a couple of highly important SEO metrics for rankings and traffic.
If Kyle and Carson addressed these SEO issues, Jaaxy has a fighting chance of being one of, if not THE best keyword tool out there.
But it’s still a great tool to leverage – especially if you’re a newbie.
Once you get your account – under the “Jaaxy Help” tab, you’ll get access to 3 free bonus PDFs to download.
- A hand-picked list of 1,000 high traffic, low competition keywords
- Your handbook on how to uncover hot niches in minutes
- Secrets to tapping into the billion dollar domain name industry
So, whatcha waiting for?…
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Your Friend, Neil 😀
If you have any thoughts, questions or experiences to share on Jaaxy, we’d love to hear your comments below…
It’s a great tool but there is ZERO support. The form on the Jaaxy website does not work and I’ve had nothing back from previous issues. I pay for this software an if I pay I expect support. I’ll be looking at other options when I get some time as no support is just criminal.
I agree, Jaaxy’s great. But it’s not without its faults, sadly.
While it provides some awesome features, I’ve recently discovered the search function metrics are totally off when it comes to visitor numbers and competition levels – which are THE 2 most important metrics for rankings.
And as for support, YES, Kyle and Carson should have a customer support team in place. It baffles me why they don’t.
So I will be updating this review at some point – making it mores “unbiased” and awarding Jaaxy with a lower score.
Thanks for sharing such great information with us on JAAXY.
If you have any questions on Jaaxy, please feel free to fire away.
Awesome, comprehensive and captivating review man, I am new in online marketing and jaaxy has been so awesome. I really like the way it simplifies everything which is really important for beginners.
This might be a little unrelated but I would love to also know whether having Adsense improves your rankings in Google since my account was recently closed. Thanks again for the great post.
Thank You, Larry! 😀
Glad to hear it! In my opinion, there are so many keyword tools that make keyword metrics really difficult to comprehend which makes newbies very frustrated. But Jaaxy sure helps noobs to overcome those obstacles by making the process of keyword research really easy to understand.
As for Adsense, you’d think that it would boost your SEO rankings since Google loves to profit like any business, right? But according to Matt Cutts (former head of the Google SPAM team), Google does NOT give higher rankings to those bloggers with Adsense on their sites because Google wants to give its users the best “VALUE” as possible – which makes sense because who would wanna come across one blog post after another listed on page 1 that’s full of Adsense ads?
Sorry to hear your account got closed down, dude! But it’s probably a good thing because there are far more profitable ways of monetizing your website’s content.
Hi, Neil. I enjoyed your site. Thanks for the tips on Jaxxy. Being a WA member for only two months, I’m still learning, and I appreciate your in-depth review. I love your picture with the dolphin. Just curious how you came up with the reviews. Did you actually go through the programs?
I appreciate the compliments, and you’re very welcome! 🙂
Good for you for joining WA! The community will certainly teach you A LOT where building a successful online Biz via blogging, SEO and keyword research are concerned.
When it comes to my blog reviews, they’re written based on a combination of trying out the products myself, in-depth research, and also my own experiences over the years (since 1999).
Jaaxy is my ruler to draw a straight line to the treasure chest. It is so simple to use and I like to choose the keyword with the highest search number. I’m using the lite version of Jaaxy and it is sufficient for me. I’m still new in the blogging world.
Cool, that’s one way to put it, Kit! Who needs a Pirate’s treasure map when we have Jaaxy?! 😉 lol.
I totally agree on the simplicity, and also aiming for more monthly visitors, the better.
Blogging’s a fairly straightforward process to learn. But once you’ve spent at least a year building out your site, you’ll be an expert blogger and an authority in your niche.
Thanks for the in-depth and detailed review on Jaaxy. You have covered it all.
I am already a Jaaxy user and I do agree with all your valuable points on Jaaxy and It’s the best keyword research tool I came across.
Without Jaaxy it’s not possible for me to gain organic web traffic to my site. Jaaxy is more than a keyword research tool and the best thing is it’s user friendly and up to date.
Thanks again for the great Jaaxy review. Wishing you much success!
No problemo, Paul!
Sweet, you definitely made the right keyword tool choice, my friend! 🙂
Indeed, Jaaxy is a godsend for Google rankings, and especially for affiliate marketers who need a tool that’s super easy to get along with.
It sure provides some excellent features, and my most favorite is the SiteRank.
I also think in this day and age with so many searches happening and more folks wanting to get into blogging, it’s highly important that we have highly accurate and up-to-date keyword data. Jaaxy certainly ticks those boxes.
You’re welcome, man!
Cheers, you too!
I enjoyed your review of Jaaxy. I have used many others such as semRush, Keyword Finder, and Ubersuggest. So I know how Jaaxy stacks up to the other popular keyword research tools. One thing that would improve Jaaxy immensely is increasing the number of search results returned.
The free version returns 20 search results, PRO returns 30, and Enterprise returns 35. Some people would consider this a limiting factor when researching a highly competitive niche. But the bottom line is that Jaaxy compares well price-wise with the other premium keyword tools.
Happy to hear it, Glenn! 😀
There are some great keyword tools that do also overdeliver when it comes to features. But from my experience with countless keyword tools (SEMrush being one of them), I still think Jaaxy is THE best to use for affiliate marketers.
I do see where you’re coming from with the limitations on the search results with the different Jaaxy levels. But with that said, I, personally, don’t really see it as a big issue because you can just keep doing more in-depth searches until you find the keywords you need. Plus sometimes, all it takes is just one search for that golden phrase for a blog post.
So the limitation on searches isn’t necessarily a bad thing with Jaaxy.
Indeed, Jaaxy sure packs a powerful punch!
Thanks for highlighting this information, Neil. When you say ‘doesn’t gather info from all search engines’ are you referring to the fact that lots of keyword tools simply pull their data straight from Google Keyword Planner? So does that mean Jaaxy sources it’s stats from Bing and other search engines too? I didn’t know that.
I think one of the most under-appreciated parts of Jaaxy is the ‘domain’ function. When you’re building a new site and looking for a brandable and available domain, you can actually run a search for your main keyword in Jaaxy and see which variations have a .com domain available. Saves a bunch of time (manually checking EACH query). Thought I’d point it out.
No worries, Danny!
Yes, I’m referring to some other keyword tools when I say that. However, I can’t possibly comment oh HOW all keyword tools pull the data since each and every one uses different methods for digging up and displaying the results. But yeah, Jaaxy gathers its info from the 3 main search engines to return results that are more trustworthy, in my opinion.
I agree, Jaaxy’s domain function is also a godsend for helping you to speed up the domain finding and buying process.
I have used Jaaxy in the past, but it’s been a while. It looks like there have been some really nice improvements since then. I like the idea that I can spy on my competition so that I know what I have to do to make my post better than theirs and outrank them! When you showed the picture of your site rank it had a button that said ‘Track this keyword daily’. Is there a limit on how many keywords you can keep track of?
You need to get back on the saddle, Kristy! 😛
YUP, Jaaxy sure has gone through some even more AWESOME changes since last year!
It’s always great when you can get one over your competitors’ 😉 lol. But on a serious note, this Jaaxy feature can give you some great insights into your competition, which allows you keep tweaking your online Biz to deliver more value to your visitors, thus better rankings and profits.
As for the SiteRank tracking, you can perform 2,000 scans with PRO level and 10,000 scans with Enterprise level. So yeah, there are some limitations on the keywords you want to track. But still, 2K – 10K is still A LOT of scans!
That’s an excellent review of Jaaxy.
I haven’t been doing affiliate marketing for that long but I use it and have found Jaaxy to be a boon, and for sure the best way to find elusive keywords that may eventually rank.
For me, it takes the guess work out of some of the SEO equation.
Cheers, much appreciated, Howard! 🙂
That’s good to hear, man! In my opinion, for a novice affiliate marketer (or even an experienced one), there is no better and easier keyword tool to use than Jaaxy.
It sure makes SEO a breeze, especially when you follow Kyle’s training on picking “the right” keywords for page #1 blog post rankings and traffic.
You’re welcome, bud!
Wow that’s some good ranking congrats! Would be awesome if you were to share more real-life case studies, I really loved seeing them 😀
I can totally vouch for Jaaxy, I’ve been using it for years now and it’s much more accurate and precise than Google search as it gives you a clear number for a related keyword-search and competitors.
Thanks muchly, man! And since writing up this review, I’ve gotten more page 1 rankings on Google. 😉
When I get around to it, I’ll edit this review to include more of my search engine results screenshots. So keep watching this space…
Cool, that’s so AWESOME to hear! Jaaxy sure beats Google’s search hands down, and never fails to impress when you write content (especially reviews) around the correct keywords that bring results.
Hey this is a great review! I also wrote an article on JAXXY too. I have been getting used to this keyword research tool and it has come in handy. I only use keywords to write articles around that will most likely get me up on the first page of Google.
Which feature is your favorite and why?
Much appreciated, Justin! 😀
Fantastic, I can’t wait to read it for your thoughts!
Aiming for low competition and traffic-generating keywords is the best way to go. So you’re definitely on the right track with your content.
Hmmm… that’s a tough one lol. I’m kinda torn between the keyword research function (obviously) and also the SiteRank function because they’re both amazing for getting ranked and climbing the rankings too.
Hey there Neil,
I love your photo with the dolphins.
Anyways, I was told about how great the Jaaxy keyword tool is and decided to look into it myself. I have to say the insight it offers is just great.
From getting the right keywords to knowing your site ranking positions and the best keywords for PPC, I am just amazed.
I’ll be getting the enterprise version right away. Thanks again for the info.
Cheers, bud! I highly recommend that swimming with Dolphins gets added to your bucket list because it’s a phenomenal experience! My Jamaican flipper friends say “HI”, by the way. 😉
Jaaxy is more than just great, dude!!
I use the keyword research platform for my own blog content and it’s amazing for helping with rankings and provides a number of fantastic features too. I don’t think I’ll ever be switching to another SEO tool.
That’s awesome, Jaaxy will blow your mind!
I loved this review. I didn’t know that Jaaxy could tell us so much and be such a tool in helping our posts and websites get ranked. I also didn’t know WA affiliates could upgrade, the price would be less, and that it would help with more search engines than just Google.
The other part that was of particular interest to me was what NOT to get when picking a tool like this to use and what to stay leery of. What not to use is just as important as what to use.
Aww, thanks, Rebecca!
There’s probably a lot of stuff that some bloggers and online marketers, in general, didn’t know about Jaaxy. It’s like a Swiss army knife with a number of awesome uses! 😉
One of the best things about Jaaxy is that the software was created by the founders of Wealthy Affiliate, which means any new WA starter member or even current one gets a special discount: $19/month for PRO. $49/month for ENTERPRISE.
I very much doubt you’ll find such low prices with any other keyword tools.
I’m glad my review was helpful, and indeed, it’s important to learn what kind of SEO/keyword tools to steer clear of if you want better success.
I really appreciate your illustration on how to use the multiple elements of the Jaxxy keyword tool. Initially, I was a little at odd’s with it. Certainly, your post illustrate’s the whole picture of the benefits of this keyword platform.
When I just started my blog as a first-time affiliate marketer only a few short months ago, I stayed with very low traffic keywords. Now that I am seeing better Google rankings I suppose that it would be okay to step my keywords to a higher traffic level per month?
I hope to hear from you soon, Jack
That’s great, I’m happy to help! 🙂
To be quite honest, Jaaxy is a really easy and straightforward tool to get to grips with (unlike the majority of overcomplicated keyword tools).
You’ll still get some visitors with low traffic keywords, but I highly recommend running with keywords that produce decent/high levels of traffic so you’re able to build a successful business quicker.
Working with this new keyword tool wouldn’t be bad. After all, it has some quick and important features that some different tools out there have.
The alphabet soup method will be time saving especially when you quickly want suggestions of what you meant. Nice! I am impressed. The cons should be worked on.
At least there should be a free trial twice, to convince customers.
Are you kidding?! Jaaxy is “AWESOME” to use!! LOL.
I agree, the alphabet soup feature really helps you to dig down deep to uncover a bunch of great keyword ideas for your blog content in a timely manner. Doing it the manual way is so painfully slow. The tool really does make a huge difference.
Every product and service comes with cons, but Jaaxy has very few, so it’s no big deal.
To be honest, no extended free trial is needed because you get 30 searches and some basic access to the features which is more than enough to see the value in the research platform and make a buying decision.
Besides, when you join Wealthy Affiliate and upgrade to Premium, you get a special free “LITE” version of Jaaxy with your membership. 😉
Hey. I keep discovering some interesting tools that can facilitate many things in affiliate marketing. I need a tool like Jaaxy.
I think it is worth this money and thanks to it I will overtake my competition. I like that it shows so much detailed information about the keywords. Thanks for this review.
There sure are heaps of tools for affiliate marketers, and in fact, probably too many to choose from.
From my own experience, you’ll certainly get your money’s worth with Jaaxy. I sure hope your competitors’ love a mouth full of desert dust. 😉 lol
No worries, Michael!
Hi there, Neil.
I just want to emphasize on the positives of this keyword tool, and I must honestly say that this is the main reason that I joined Wealthy Affiliate.
Jaaxy has been so useful to me and it’s like literally drinking a glass of water. So I support your view on it.
Awesome! You really can’t go wrong with Jaaxy, especially when you combine it with WA.
HA HA, I guess that’s one way of putting the keyword tool. It’s certainly a key component of success online.
Good instructions on how to use the Jaaxy tool. It can be a bit confusing but your article summed it up well. Saved and bookmarked for future use.
I didn’t know that there were that many possible features such as Brainstorm which I’m excited about using. Look forward to using the tool for my keyword research.
I appreciate that, Dave! 🙂
Any keyword tool can seem overwhelming and confusing at first. But Jaaxy is the easiest one you’ll ever use, especially from a newbie internet and affiliate marketing standpoint. This is coming from my own experience with SEO tools.
Hell Yeah, there’s a number of super-cool features built into the platform for growing your biz!
You’ll have heaps of fun and success, man!
I use Jaxxy! But I didn’t realize all the features included.
The tip you gave on traffic “Run with a keyword phrase that generates at least 30 – 50 visitors per month.”
I had no idea…
Now I know to go with the keywords with at least 30-50 visitors. I’ll pay attention to that.
All the other features like tracking which affiliate programs to use are priceless. I had no idea I could do this. You just saved me a bunch of time and energy.
And the Alphabet soup! I use that when I’m searching on Google. Didn’t know I could use this technique in Jaxxy.
I’m at Wealthy Affiliate and Jaxxy comes with the program automatically.
Is it necessary to buy a membership if I’m a member with WA?
Jaaxy has a number of awesome features that you’ll definitely want to utilize for growing your online business.
It’s entirely up to you what kinda traffic numbers to aim for, but at least 30 – 50 visitors are what I generally go for with my own keywords.
Glad to know you’ve learned about other features with Jaaxy. 🙂
When you join Wealthy Affiliate, you automatically get access to the “LITE” version which is a special membership option reserved just for WA members. So there’s no reason to upgrade your Jaaxy account.
But if you do wanna upgrade for the full Jaaxy benefits – WA members also get discounts: “PRO” for $19/month and “ENTERPRISE” for $49/month.
Hi, first off, congratulations on making page 1. I myself am a heavy Jaaxy user, been developing addiction problems lately, still trying to decide if I should go get help!
Haha, but really, it is a great tool. My website traffic is really interesting because I actually don’t rank that well, I get like page 4 using grammatically correct keywords, but I found that I actually get a lot of traffic from misspelled variations of my keyword, it’s kind of funny.
My only complaint with Jaaxy is that the only way to contact the owners is to be a Wealthy Affiliate member, for me it’s no big deal as I love WA, but for the customer who isn’t a part of WA, it will be hard to contact the owners. All in all, Jaaxy is probably the best keyword tool around though.
Ha Ha, indeed, Jaaxy can be a highly addictive research tool!
Maybe there’s a support group you can join lol.
Perhaps the reason behind your page 4 rankings is that you need to use longer tail keywords or you need to aim for lower competition numbers. Or your blog simply needs more content and engagement to boost your rankings. 😉
I know exactly where you’re coming from with misspelled search terms, but hey, it’s additional free traffic to your site, so it’s all good.
Yeah, I also see your point when it comes to non-Wealthy Affiliate member Jaaxy customers being unable to personally contact Kyle or Carson. But there is a contact form to fill out on the Jaaxy site and there’s a Facebook fan page too, so support is available.
Jaaxy indeed looks like a very classic keyword tool. Looking at the various features of this keyword tool, as you have clearly explained. You have just increased my curiosity about trying this keyword tool out to see just how it really works myself.
I have been searching for the best keyword tool to use and I think you have just introduced to me the right keyword tool I needed for my ONLINE business.
You mentioned some features that come along with Jaaxy such as the Volume of Traffic, QSR, which is the number of Competition, and the KQI which represents the Quality of a keyword for SEO Ranking Power. These features alone look great for me.
Getting to know the traffic that you can get from a particular keyword is so wonderful. And even most importantly your competition.
And what has made me love your recommendation of Jaaxy very much is the fact that this keyword tool also helps you to check your ranking position in Google Yahoo and Bing.
Glad to hear you’re gonna take Jaaxy for a spin. Take my word for it, you’ll love the platform! 🙂
One of the biggest problems with the web is that it’s like looking for a needle in a haystack when you’re trying to find that one tool that trumps all others. After years of trying various keyword tools, Jaaxy is the one!
It sure is a feature-rich research platform and provides you with all the resources you need for building a profitable business from organic search engine traffic.
Hey Neil, I have been using a free keyword tool until now and my blog doesn’t seem to be going anywhere. My guess is that I’ve been using broad keywords all the while vs targeted keywords.
This Jaaxy program seems more refined than other interfaces that I’ve seen, but to be honest, I’ve never heard of this name before. How fast can your blog posts actually rank using the features mentioned?
Yeah, it definitely sounds to me like you’re going after the wrong keywords for your blog posts. Jaaxy will certainly help to put you on the right track with your future content. 😀
I think Jaaxy is still a fairly young keyword tool, but as more content marketers use it, more affiliates will get to hear about it.
The speed of your search engine rankings really depends on the quantity of quality content on your blog as a whole and also the age of your site. I can’t give you an exact timescale but authoritative sites will get faster rankings in Google, Yahoo, and Bing.