Main Features, Including Tip – Which Are The Most Important Data?
The main purpose of the Jaaxy is to find related keyword data, based on your original research. Let’s start with a simple keyword and we will see what related data Jaaxy has to offer.
Avg: Average number of searches that the keyword receives per month.
Traffic: This is visits to your site if you are ranked at 1st page of the search engine.
QSR: stands for Quoted Search Results and this number gives the number of competing websites using the very same keyword.
KQI: (Keyword Quality Indicator) – that is a result of both, Avg and QSR. It gives us a visual overview to see right away if it worth to use the keyword or not. (Great, Normal, Poor)
SEO: Indicator based on traffic and competition – higher number more likely you rank for this keyword. Range goes from 1 as the most difficult to 100 as the highest probability to rank.
As a member of Pro Membership, you can sort the data according to the highest number of searches (Avg) or lowest/ the highest competition (QSR).
On the right-hand side, you see a column with Related Search Terms. These are related terms to your targeted keyword. Its purpose is to give you more ideas. You simply click on one of the KW and basically you are digging down where Jaaxy will come up with different ideas.
TIP (what is most important): What you are looking for (especially when you just starting to building your website) are the low competition keywords. By digging, you will find many of them and here is the simple formula you want to follow.
AVG +100 (over 100) QSR -100 (less than 100 )/(-300 is still OK)
What that means: You want to find such a keyword which will give you more than 100 at Avg and less than 100 at QSR. Such KW in your post will increase the probability of ranking in a short time (within few days) at 1st page of Search Engines.
In the screenshot below we have found such a KW “garden table”.
TIP: Start with a broad search first. I mean use a simple 1-word keyword and then as you see related keywords pick the one you like the most. Then dig down by clicking at it and you get more targeted keyword.
So by clicking at “garden table” we get the following results:
Feel free to use the Jaaxy for free and test it out how that works alive:
Domain – Check the Availability Related to Your Keyword
If you are about to create your own site, this is a very useful feature. You can see which domains are available (recommendation is to pick the extension .com. If you insist on your specific domain name and .com is not available you can then choose either .netor .org. As the last one would be .info).
If Jaaxy in the last column shows, that all three are taken, there is a pop-up window with alternatives. This includes your phrase with dashes and such combinations.
Broad KW does not have many available domains as obvious from the picture below (comparing to the screenshot above, where we have much more low competition keywords and domains as well).
Alphabet Soup Technique – Your Keyword with A-Z Combination
This technique is pretty familiar and it can be used directly at google search bar.
Jaaxy does the same only you have all letters at one place. So you type your phrase in the search bar and this feature allows you to go through the entire alphabet, either by scrolling down or you slide to the side.
All alternatives you have at one place, including the letters in front of your phrase or after.
If you want to come up with such results manually using google, it might take you 20 minutes or more.
Saving and Managing Your List of Keywords
Building online business, or just any website, requires planning. Effective planning includes creating a schedule for your posts. (We know that for each post we want to have one specific keyword)
The ideal planning is to come up with let’s say 20 different articles in advance. It may take the entire day, including searching for low competition keywords. We want to store these keywords so when we come to the point of creating an article we won’t be distracted by searching for a new keyword.
You can save keyword one by one, or just select more of them and save them into the existing list or just create a new list. We can have as many lists as we want to. Of course, the list includes all associated data with the keyword.
The list can be exported into a CSV file or txt file.
You can delete the keyword from the list or manage it as however you wish to. It is up to you.
Search History – Track-Back your Keywords
I find this feature very useful. Sometimes I get carried away by searching for new KWs and forget to save them. The search history feature is very helpful. You can get back to the previous search whenever you want.
Again you can organize by date or search type (Keyword or Alphabet Soup).
Before SiteRank at Jaaxy, it was very difficult to determine where your website was ranking in Google, Bing and Yahoo.
SiteRank truly bridges the gap between your website and your awareness as to where it is ranked under the keywords that you choose to “track”. These insights will allow you to quickly determine what website activities are leading to rankings in search and which ones may not be.
For Any Keyword
Ready. Set. Automate.
You can efficiently set-up campaigns to track rankings for your websites within Jaaxy SiteRank. You can choose the frequency in which you track your website rankings and it is completely hands free. As your website rankings go up or down, you will be notified within the platform and you will be able to use your historical ranking trends to master SEO.
Want to know where how your competitors websites are ranking compared to yours? Track any competitor’s website under any keyword and analyze whether or not they are moving up or down in the rankings. Beating your competition starts by understanding how they are performing.
Simplify ALL Your SEO Testing.
Want to know if backlinks are useful in terms of SEO? What about exact match domains? You can pin your activities to a timeline in SiteRank and determine which of your SEO activities are leading to better rankings in Google, Bing and Yahoo…and which activities may not be so effective. If you want to scale rankings and traffic (and ultimately success), this is the best way to do it.
Track Historical Rankings. Monitor Your Website Authority.
When you set up your website in SiteRank, you will automatically be able to leverage our historical tracking graphs to track your website rankings over periods of time. Having this bird’s eye view of all of your ranking and SEO activities will help you understand and your website ranking trends.
Jaaxy is one powerful tool and in order to develop such a tool, it takes effort. No wonder that there is a fee. Nevertheless, you can check the tool, you have the 30 searched for free. That should be enough to get the feeling – whether it worth to invest in the tool or not.
Starter membership includes the video tutorial to Jaaxy. It has about 20 minutes and here is part of the tutorial. (Video is recorded with an older version of Jaaxy – you can see that that environment is a bit different. but the functionality is the same).