Hey, thanks for checking out my Jaaxy review. You may have heard of lots of people talking about how great it is. Well let’s take a look…
Keyword research is one of those things that you can end up spending a lot of time on, if you’re not careful. Digging deep into a niche and looking at all the different keyword phrases people might use to find your site. Sometimes it kind of feels like there are too many keywords to choose from.
Over the years, I have tried many different ways of doing keyword research. Of course, there are manual ways to do keyword research, but that really gets time consuming. There’s a whole load of different keyword tools out there that will save you that time, but some are definitely better than others.
Where many keyword tools FAIL
The issue I have with most keyword tools is that they give you too much data. You can spend quite a lot of time going through all the numbers, trying to decide which keywords are actually the best ones to target.
Here are some other things that might indicate that a keyword tool is low quality:
- It tries to predict PPC competition/prices.
- Multiple searches are needed to complete just one task.
- You have to install it (you can’t use it from a website).
- It doesn’t use data from every search engine.
- It uses Alexa as a major factor when calculating the competition of a keyword.
Keyword tools like these have one purpose: to earn money for the creator, without providing users with data that is easy to make use of.
And this is where Jaaxy Enterprise steps in…
If you’re anything like me, you hate getting bogged down in too much data. You just want to know which are the best keywords to target. End of story.
So there are really only 3 things I need to know from a keyword tool:
- Are there many people searching for the keyword?
- How much web traffic am I likely to get from the keyword?
- Is it a good keyword to target?
These are all things that Jaaxy clearly shows for every keyword. One thing I particularly like is the keyword quality indicator. Jaaxy does this wonderful thing where it gives each keyword a traffic light rating of either green, yellow or red. This helps you to instantly see whether it is a good keyword to target.
Here is an example of a keyword search in Jaaxy:
What about domain research?
A key part of your internet marketing campaign may involve buying domains names to match specific keywords. For most people, this involves searching for each keyword individually on a domain registrar’s website.
Whenever you search for keywords using Jaaxy Enterprise, alongside each keyword result you will get an indication of whether it is available as a domain. This is a really quick and easy way to grab any relevant domains if you want to totally dominate in a particular niche.
Here is an example:
Which version of Jaaxy is right for you?
Of course, if you’re not even sure whether Jaaxy is for you at all, there is a free trial membership available. This lets you have 30 free searches, so you can see for yourself the power available at your fingertips.
There are then two paid membership levels
- Jaaxy Pro: $49 per month, $499 per year
- Jaaxy Enterprise: $99 per month, $999 per year
Of course, many users find that Jaaxy Pro perfectly meets their needs. It really depends on how heavy a user you are likely to be, and how quickly you want results. Domain availability is particularly excellent in the Enterprise version.
I hope you found my Jaaxy review helpful. If you have any comments or questions, please leave them below. I always answer all genuine comments.