We recommend reading How Do I Do Free Keyword Research before using any keyword tool. It will help you find the most relevant basic keywords and get you started. Once you have your basics down, then use a keyword research tool to analyze the individual phrases.
Login to your Jaaxy account. This may be done from the Jaaxy home screen or through Wealthy Affiliate.
The Search Tab comes up as the default page, but if not, then the next thing you want to do is click the “Search” tab.
Then enter your keyword term, phrase, or question and click “Find Keywords”.
For this example, we will be using the term the term “Internet Marketing”.
If you have Jaaxy Lite, this next step is for you. If you have anything other than Jaaxy Lite skip this step.
With Jaaxy Lite you will get the following screen
Under the categories QSR, KQI, and SEO you will see “Get QSR”. You will need to manually click “Get QSR” for each keyword.
Only in Jaaxy lite will you need manually do this!
After you enter your keyword and click “Find Keywords”, you will see the following screen:
It has now populated many different keywords for you to view the statistics on.
Notice on the right-hand side “Related” keywords populate as well.
Each keyword is clickable, so, if you want more keywords words related to a certain term, just click on it and new keywords will appear.
And there you have it! You’ve completed your first keyword search using Jaaxy!
Now let’s break down the different categories.
What Do The Stats in Jaaxy Mean?
Avg: Average amount of searches the keyword receives each month
Traffic: Projected Number of visits you will receive if your article lands in on the first page of search results
QSR: Quoted Search Results: The number of competing websites ranked in Google for this exact keyword based on quotations.
For example: if I type Internet Marketing in to google but use quotations to surround the query.
KQI: Keyword Quality Indicator: Green is Great! Yellow is OK! Red is Poor!
SEO: A score based on traffic and competition, the higher the score, the more likely you will rank for this keyword on the first page. (Scale of 1-100, higher = better)
If your website is new, you will want to search for keywords with a QSR under 100, and Avg at least 30, as these will be low competition keywords and you will be more likely to rank your articles. When you start gaining authority you can target a higher QSR.
Domains: Availability of domains that are related to the keyword.
Saving Keywords in Jaaxy
To save keywords to a list, you check the box next to the keyword or keywords and
click “Save To List” that will appear at the top of the keyword list.
When you click on “Save To List” a box will populate. Name your new list or choose from the available lists.
Voila! You have saved your keyword(s) to a list!
Note: You can save up to 200 words per keyword list.
Find Available Domain Names Using Jaaxy
Maybe you noticed there is a category we have not talked about yet and that is the last one on the right of the grid “Domains”. For those of you who did not notice: look all the way to the right of the grid and you will see the category “Domains”.
Well, you can also use Jaaxy to search for available domains by using those same keywords.
Jaaxy Lite users will need to manually click each link to find out the results.
Find More: Means the keyword is not available, but that there might be other options other than .com.
Search: Click on Search to find out if .com, .net, .org are available.
And there you have it, How To Do Keyword Research Using Jaaxy.
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