Keyword Search Tool & More? Jaaxy

By | 17/07/2015

We all know the importance of using keywords to get better ranking with Google but what is the best keyword tool? My number one choice is definitely Jaaxy.  It is much more than just a keyword tool.

Thinking about other Keyword Tools.

A lot of us have invested in keyword tools in the past and been disappointed when we realized the data they provided was of absolutely no use at all.  There are a few things you need to be wary of if you are going to buy a keyword tool.

  • Make sure they gather results from all the search engines
  • If you have to install it forget it.
  • I do not believe that Alexa is an accurate way of determining competition and would not want a tool that uses it.
  • If you need several searches to get one task completed you are wasting your time.


So What Does Jaaxy Do.

It is  the best keyword tool I have ever come across.  It breaks the keywords down so you can see all the information you need to can make an informed choice. All this is arranged into easy to follow columns.

AVG is the average number of searches your keyword gets in a month.  This is very valuable information.  Personally, I don’t want a keyword that has thousands of searches each month because it means I will be competing with a huge number of other pages.  Let’s face it any traffic is good traffic and if you don’t have a lot of competition for your keyword you are more likely to get the traffic to your site.

KQI  stands for Keyword Quality Index.   There are three things that Google uses to arrive at your keyword quality score.  They are relevance, landing page experience and expected click through rate.  You really want these things to be above average and  Jaaxy’s KQI will help you achieve it.  They have even color coded it for you so go for the green because it is the best.

QSR  means Quoted Search Results.  This is what measures your competition because it tells you the number of pages using the same search term.

SEO  This is absolute gold.  The higher the score the better you will rank in the search engines.  This information could put you on page one of Google.

Domains This column gives you the available Domains related to the keyword.

Related Here you will have a list of the keywords that are related to your keywords.

Save your keywords

Once you have chosen your list of keywords you will want to save them so you can use them again.  You can save your lists in Jaaxy of course but you can also download them into Excel or a similar spreadsheet format.  Jaaxy makes it really easy.

Finding your Niche Jaaxy can also help you find your perfect niche and if you join their affiliate program you can actually earn more free searches along with their generous affiliate payments.


There are a lot of keyword tools you can use but Jaaxy is definitely top of the range and the tool I would recommend to anyone who wants to get great ratings with the search engines.

Here is a video to show you how easy it is to find your niche.

 In Summary

Company: Jaaxy

Owners: Carson and Kyle


Cost: Free = trial of 30 searches, Pro = $19 per month, Enterprise = $49 (discount this week only

My Rating: 9 out of 10

If you have any questions or need any help I would love to hear from you so please leave a message below.

Jaaxy Keyword Tool Review











17 thoughts on “Keyword Search Tool & More? Jaaxy

  1. Margaret Post author

    Hi Neil,

    After looking at other keyword tools I found Jaaxy to be the best and the easiest to use. It has all the information I want and works really well. Some of the other tools do have irrelevant features and that just wastes your time and complicates the search.

    You can trial Jaaxy before you need to pay for it so why not give it a go. You won’t need your credit card to trial it and you do get 30 free searches.

    Thanks for you comment and i hope you trial Jaaxy soon


  2. Neil

    I personally haven’t tried the Jaaxy keyword tool yet but have heard great reviews on it from online marketers 🙂

    The keyword metrics and other features that Jaaxy provides sure do sound fantastic because most keyword tools seem to offer irrelevant features that are useless.

    Thanks for your review…


  3. Margaret Post author

    Hi Kiersten

    You are right Keyword tools are important as keywords can mean your success or failure online

    I always use Jaaxy and love it. It is easy to use and I like the fact that you can trial it before you hand over any money. I like to be able to make informed decision when I buy anything.

    Thanks for your feedback on this post.


  4. Kiersten

    Yes, keyword tools are so very important when generating content. I tried to start a blog several years ago and didn’t know anything about keywords. Unfortunately, that blog went absolutely nowhere. No that I know about keywords, I’m trying it again and hoping that my new blog will do better this time around. Thank you for sharing your review of Jaaxy. What could be improved with Jaaxy for you to give it a 10/10?

  5. Margaret Post author

    Hi Julius.

    It is great to get your feedback. The free searches on Jaaxy are a bit limited and does just give you a taste of most of what is actually there.

    If you so decide to get the Premium membership you really should go to the top of the page at Jaaxy and click on training. You will find Jaaxy does a lot more that just what I put in my article. I neglected to do this when I first became a Premium member and when I finally got around to doing it I was really angry with myself for not doing it sooner.

    Best of luck to you.


  6. Julius

    A very strange thing. I used Jaaxy a little bit during my free trial and knew about it. But after reading your review, I didn’t really care for certain things Jaaxy offers. Like SEO or KQI. Now you really made me think about considering for getting premium.

    Great and clear review, thanks for your effort.

  7. Margaret Post author

    Great to hear from you. Thank you for your comments. I try to find key words with low competition, high SEO of above 90 and high traffic above 100 avg. it doesn’t always work out that way but that is my ideal.

    I am a fan of Jay’s. His Webinars are really great and I find a lot of information there which also helps me

    My very best wishes to you and your success


  8. Tasos Perte Tzortzis

    Hello there Margaret , totally agree , Jaaxy is not a simple keyword tool.

    You presented all the main features of this product in a very understandable way.I always enjoy to get related keywords as some of them might be turned into beautiful article ideas.

    Good choice to embed the video that’s produced by Jay as he is one of the team members behind this awesome tool.

    Are you using low competition keywords for your posts or are you into the high – red zone?

    I am wishing you good luck with your website and of course Happy New Year…!

  9. Margaret Post author

    Hi Audrey,

    Thank you for taking the time to comment. I appreciate your comment very much and it is good to know that my post is easy to read and understand.

    My very best wishes to you


  10. Audrey Lisquit

    Hello Margaret, first I am totally agree with you about JAAXY. I couldn’t tell more. I really like the simplicity of the website too. About your article, the way you explain is very simple, and everybody, even me who is not fluent in english, can understand. So thank you !

  11. G.C.Horton

    I absolutely love the Jaaxy Keyword tool. I’ve tried several KW tools over the years and bought a couple that used to live on my computer until I got Jaaxy.

    Jaaxy out performs them all. It fast and it’s so easy to use a child could do it.

    There’s a lot to love about Jaaxy, but my favorite feature is the green, yellow and red indicators. When I search a keyword and Jaxxy returns a green indicator I know I have a chance of ranking for that KW. If the indicator is yellow or red, I know I won’t be able to rank for it and keep looking.

    Did I mention it’s fun to play with too?

  12. Margaret Post author

    Hi Luke,

    Thank you for taking the time to leave me a comment. I agree with you. The keywords need to have reasonable search results or there is no point in using them.

    Best of luck to you.


  13. Luke

    Keyword tools are very helpful in determining how competitive is the keyword that we’re going to target.

    Keyword research is the 1st thing I do before I start creating a blog post.

    Personally I’m happy when the number of monthly searches is above 100. I usually stay away from kws with less than 100 searches a month.

  14. admin

    Thank you for your comment. Keywords are very important as you say. I do find Jaaxy does save me time. It gives me all the information I need in one place and I don’t have to look anywhere else. I would recommend it and you can try it for free which is really great.

    Best wishes


  15. Marcus

    Key key to any content marketing campaign is keyword research. The trick is definitely to find phrases they get an okay amount of searches per month, yet have low competition. That is the first important step to being able to rank in Google.

    Once you have the keyword, it’s all about writing good quality content. This means content that genuinely helps and informs the reader and is thorough and easy to read. Once you have done that, it is quite likely that google will notice you and you will be within one of the first few pages of Google’s organic search results.

    Do you find that Jaaxy saves you much time?

  16. admin

    Hi Kurt, Thanks for your comment. My understanding of Google Keywords is that it is attached to adwords and you pay every time it is clicked. Hence the cost per click column. When you have decided on a few niches you can put them into Jaaxy and it will give you information on competing pages in Google and a list of Domain names and number of clicks per month. In Jaaxy you can also get a list of brand new niche ideas. I hope this has answered your questions and given you a clearer picture of what a superior tool Jaaxy really is. Are you looking for a good keyword tool?

    Best wishes


  17. Kurt

    Hi Margaret, thanks for the really helpful information. As someone just getting into affiliate marketing it seems like Jaaxy is an amazing tool. Can I ask, what would be the further advantages besides what you mentioned of using Jaaxy over google keywords tool or some other free source? I’m attracted to the feature of Jaaxy that helps find a niche, can you tell me more about that?

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