FOR THE LOVE OF KEYWORDS
Keywords are the keys to relevant content. Content is the door to generating traffic. Traffic is the source for income.
How do you know what your target audience is searching for when they use the internet? What’s the best keyword research tool for Google?
Let me introduce you to Jaaxy – the only keyword research tool you’ll ever need!
WHAT’S SO IMPORTANT ABOUT KEYWORDS
A keyword, or keyword phrase is what a person types into a search engine. The search engine then generates a list of websites containing that particular keyword or phrase. If you want to be ranked near the top of Google (or any search engine), you need to have a relevant keyword in your blog post or page.
But how do you know what keywords or phrases are generating traffic? You need to do some research. There are many keyword tools offered on the internet. But none of them precedes the features you will find at Jaaxy.
Jaaxy is a tool that bloggers and website owners can use to see the exact keywords and phrases that get searched on Google each month.
How does it work?
You simply sign up for an account with your email address. You will get 30 FREE searches with their starter account. If you type in a keyword that is related to your niche and that is consistent with the theme of your content, Jaaxy will provide you with the information you need to choose a keyword phrase that can result in higher rankings on Google.
GO AHEAD – TYPE SOMETHING IN AND SEE FOR YOURSELF!
Let me show some of the features of Jaaxy and the power it can have when it comes to doing research for your website.
The first thing you will need to do is type in a keyword or keyword phrase. The more specific you can be the better – we’ll get to that in a minute.
Average monthly searches
Jaaxy then generates a list of the how many times that keyword or phrased is searched on average in one month. They will give you the estimated traffic – or how many clicks you might receive on your link if your post was in the first spot on the first page of Google.
They also list the QSR, or quote search result, which is the number of competing websites for that particular keyword or phrase.
KQI is your Keyword Quality Indicator. They use a visual system so you can easily see if a particular phrase will generate enough traffic to be worth writing about. Green always mean GO for it! Yellow means it’s an OKAY keyword and Red means it’s probably not a good fit – either because it’s not being searched for or there is an enormous amount of competition.
Jaaxy also shows you the potential for how powerful your article can be for search engine optimization. It is scored from 1-100 based on the other components (monthly searches, estimated traffic, and QSR) combined. 1=bad, 100=best
Jaaxy also provides you with a tool to see how well your website is ranking for a particular keyword or phrase.
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Why is that important? Because if you know which keywords are sending traffic to your website, then you can generate more content around those keywords and gain more traffic.
Once you have your chosen Keyword, go write about it! A good strategy is to use it somewhere in the title and somewhere within the first paragraph. You don’t need to keep repeating the same phrase over and over again within your content.
Jaaxy offers 3 types of membership levels: FREE, PRO, AND ENTERPRISE. With the Free option, you will get 30 FREE keyword searches.
The Pro option gives you access to unlimited searches per month and cost $19/month.
If you go Enterprise, you can see even more search results and receive those results 5x faster than you can with Pro – this is for your power searches and will cost you $49/month.
STRATEGY: HOW TO CHOOSE A KEYWORD
If you sit down and make a list of all the phrases relevant to your content and niche, you can get a good idea of where to start when researching keywords. Make a list of all the keywords people would search for in a perfect world and be directed to your site.
Then, go to Jaaxy and narrow down your keyword by using a long-tailed keyword, or a keyword phrase. Being more specific with a keyword phrase could result in less searches overall, but the more specific you can be, the less competition there is competing for the same phrase.
Remember – the goal is to get higher rankings!
Jaaxy will also provide you with a list of related keywords that can be useful for seeing how powerful your article can be simply by re-wording or re-ordering the words in a phrase.
Give it a try! Create your account today and unlock the power for your next blog post!
Do you have questions about keywords or keyword research? What strategies have you used in the past? Drop me a comment below, I’d love to hear from you!
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