My favorite part of working on content for my website is doing keyword research. One of my internet marketing peers made that statement in his Jaaxy Enterprise Review and I chose to include it in mine because I can relate to it 100%.
The reason that I love doing keyword research is that Jaaxy makes it so damn easy to do. Here’s how they make it so easy.
When I do a search for any keyword using Jaaxy, it gives me 4 of (In my opinion) the most important pieces of information about that particular keyword.
- First it gives me the average number of searches that keyword receives per month.
- Next is the average number of visitors to my website when my page/post gets indexed on the first page in Google for that keyword.
- Then it tells you how much competition you will be up against by giving you the number of websites ranked in Google for that exact keyword.
- And last but not least is the SEO score which uses a scale of 0-100. The higher the number, the more likely you will rank on the first page of Google for the keyword.
So if I plug in a keyword and it has an average of 80 searches a month and a low number of competing websites, as long as the keyword makes sense, I will consider it a useful title for my page/post/blog…..whatever you want to call it.
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A Simple Way To Find “Low-Competition” Keywords
Let’s say that you have a niche website about weight loss. Your next step is to find relevant keywords that are getting a lot of monthly searches and have low competition. With a tool like Jaaxy, you will not only be able to find an endless amount of keywords, but you will easily be able to uncover those 4 important pieces of information I talked about earlier in this post. I don’t know of any other keyword tool that does that.
Here’s an example of what I’m talking about:
That was just one search for “How to lose weight” which is a pretty broad search. And that screenshot alone had 9 potential keywords that could easily rank in Google.
Did you notice the numbers in the AVG column? Those numbers are the average monthly searches for that keyword.
The second column is the number of visits to your website if you get ranked on the first page in the search engines.
The third column is the “Quoted Search Results”. That’s the number of competing websites ranked in Google for that exact keyword.
The fourth column is basically ‘Green Light’- Great, ‘Yellow Light’- Normal, or ‘Red Light’- Poor. I don’t even bother with a poor rated keyword. It usually means there’s too much competition.
But the fifth column is the SEO Score for that exact keyword. (Scale of 1-100) The higher the score, the more likely you will rank for that keyword on the first page of Google.
Looking For A Domain NAME? No Problem!
Did you happen to notice the sixth column titled “Domains”? If you click on the Find More link it will tell you the availability of domains related to the keyword.
Look at the keyword “How to lose weight for kids”. It gets 463 searches a month! And the competition is really low at only 49 QSR! Well, you could purchase the domain for that keyword in .com, .net, or .org for around $10 – $14 a year.
Google ranks the domains that have the keyword in them very high. You could build a little website for that domain and most definitely get it ranked on the first page in Google. You would most likely get 100’s of clicks if not 1000’s on your website. Some people make good money flipping domains. Just a thought…
And I’m currently using the Free version of Jaaxy. If I were to upgrade to Jaaxy Enterprise (which I’m about to do), I would have easy access to the Exact Match Domains (EMD’s) for whatever keyword I was searching for. Meaning I wouldn’t have to bother with clicking on that ‘Search’ or ‘Find More’ link in the sixth column above. The available EMD’S will just automatically be there for me to see. Just one of the many perks of the Enterprise version.
Video: Basic Concepts Of Jaaxy
If it wasn’t for Wealthy Affiliate and their awesome training, I probably never would have discovered Jaaxy. WA taught me how to use this powerful keyword research tool and find high-traffic keywords that have low competition. And it has had a MAJOR positive effect on the ranking of my content in the search engines.
Check out this awesome video done by a fellow WA’er / Jaaxy user. I chose to show you this particular video so you could get a glimpse of the Jaaxy Enterprise format.
There’s a lot more to Jaaxy, especially the Enterprise version. I just barely scratched the surface so far. There’s brainstorming functions that can help you find a niche. You can easily find out what page your site is ranked on in Google, Bing and Yahoo. You can find affiliate programs and create keyword lists….and so much more.
So I want to tell you about the 3 options that they offer for membership. It doesn’t matter what your budget is. Jaaxy has an option for you.
Jaaxy Starter = FREE
Jaaxy Pro = $49/Month
Jaaxy Enterprise = $99/Month
So even if you’re broke as a joke, there’s no excuse not to at least try it out for free. You get 30 free keyword searches with your free trial! You don’t have to give them your credit card number or anything like that. If you like it and it’s in your budget, upgrade to Jaaxy Enterprise. If that’s not quite in your budget, Jaaxy Pro is awesome too.
I’m telling you, this is a powerful tool that I would recommend to anyone who writes/creates content online. Newbie or Pro….it doesn’t matter. You will love it!
Ready to start finding some money-making keywords? Go on and type a keyword into the research box below.