For years, I found it really difficult to get my head around SEO and how to figure out what keywords to use where. How to be competitive when it looked like every man and his dog had already ‘clamed’ the best and more lucrative keywords for every niche known to man!
I used the Google tool and didn’t find it that helpful and ultimately, it cost quite a bit of money to use the keywords that were generated by the planner. Even though the associated cost of using that keyword is also generated – if it is a popular keyword. Don’t get me wrong, the Google keyword search tool is a useful tool but it’s not as good as Jaaxy.
As part of doing this review, I had a look around to see if there were any other tools out there that would compare. And, from what I could see – they couldn’t.
Fake Keyword Tools
According to Kyle from Wealthy Affiliate, many keyword tools dress themselves up just to suck you in and take your money. He says that any keyword tool that has the following traits is likely to provide mostly (if not all) useless data:
- Requires installation on your device
- Only provides PPC guestimates
- Anything that uses Alexa as the key factor in determining competition
- Anything that requires several searches to accomplish a singular task
- Tools that don’t pull results from ALL search engines
The Jaaxy Difference
Even if you are new to SEO (Search Engine Optimisation), Jaaxy is a simple and effective tool that is not loaded with jargon to make you think that you are getting more bang for your buck! I always like to use the KISS principle.
Jaaxy focuses on the three main metrics that are ideal for affiliate marketing, without making it more complex than it needs to be.
- Keyword competition
- How much traffic does the keyword get
- Does the keyword make sense
When I first started my research for making money online, I used the most ridiculous combination of keywords in my articles and blog posts because they were cheap and low competition. Result – bad google rankings and no traffic. Not good. And bad for any authority power you plan on in the future.
Jaaxy will accurately capture keywords that actually work and make sense!
Here’s an example of the difference between what Jaaxy shows you and what the Google adwords shows you by comparison:
“Being Spiritual” is not exactly the most searched for phrase. But, you can see from the two examples above that Google provides no data about this particular keyword search, but Jaaxy does. The QSR (Quoted Search Result), is literally just a click away.
What I Love About Jaaxy
Like I said, I like the KISS principal. I love my car but I don’t care how it works. I just know it does. Keeping it simple. It’s the same with Jaaxy. My favourite things about Jaaxy are:
- Simple to use
- Fast – search results (depending on your computer) are pretty much instant
- Gives me millions of ideas for blog posts, articles and niche markets
- Has all of the data I need to promote my site and write keyword rich copy
- It’s inexpensive and price plans are flexible to your needs
Jaaxy Beats the Competition on Price
I looked at four different SEO sites to compare to Jaaxy and tried a couple of them out. During my search, it was clear that Jaaxy was by far the cheapest and most flexible price wise.
You could probably argue that the comparison sites that I looked at offer more per price plan but as I have already mentioned – more is not necessarily better. Over the course of years of analysing financial data and spreadsheet, I honestly believe we can spend our lives bogged down in unnecessary detail.
While the above sites do appear to have flexible price plans, they are all still expensive. Jaaxy has a free starter option but it is not limited to 1 week. You have the option of signing up to Jaaxy for free and you get 30 searches to use whenever you like.
It doesn’t matter if you are a super user or just starting out. Trying Jaaxy is risk free and awesome.