Keyword Analysis Tool Free – Find the perfect domain name with Jaaxy!

Keyword analysis tool free? You read that right, you will gain access to the best online keyword analysis tool you will ever use, and I can get you access absolutely free! I am going to walk you through this powerful search tool, and then I will show you two ways you can gain access to it for free. If you are absolutely serious about making real money online, then you need to subscribe to this website and take everything I teach you here to heart. This website is your go-to resource for your business. So let’s dive into it!

Jaaxy

Jaaxy is powerful. I am telling you, I’ve tried so many ways to get keywords, as keywords are one of the absolute integral elements of optimizing your site and getting the most traffic, and Jaaxy is by far the most amazing tool I have encountered to do this task. The awesome part is, I’m going to show you how you can use Jaaxy for free!

Benefits of using Jaaxy

Jaaxy is the industry’s only keyword and research platform that was developed by affiliate marketers FOR affiliate marketers. There are an incredible number of hands on processes that are very time-consuming when it comes to your business. Keyword and competition research can now be a breeze! With Jaaxy you are getting the most advanced, yet useful platform in the world for managing all aspects of keyword, website, competition, and market research.

Today’s Example: Find a keyword rich domain name with Jaaxy

OK, let me show you an example of a search for a keyword rich website name (domain name). The process is exactly the same for the perfect keyword, we will just take it one step further by also using Jaaxy to find the perfect domain name as well! During the search, we can save all the perfect keywords we find for our future post titles! Let’s dig in. So let’s use the “surfing photos for sale” idea from my other article where we came up with the idea of selling surfing photos online as our niche from our google search (you can see the example of searching niche ideas using google in this article here):

WHAT IS A NICHE AND HOW TO CHOOSE

What is the criteria for being a good keyword?

The criteria are as follows: 1) The keyword has to have people searching for it. You want “traffic” to your site from your keyword, so you want as many people as possible searching for that keyword daily. 2) The keyword has to have low competition. In the table below, the competition is the QSR column. You want to only use keywords with under 100 competition. If you are a beginner, especially, you want to go after the lowest hanging fruit for the best chance of ranking on page 1 of the search engines. 3) For a domain name search, the keywords have to be pleasing to you for your domain name and brand, and the .com has to be available. You’ll see that displayed on the right-hand side. I always recommend only using domains with a .com. It tends to be viewed as more credible.

Example – “Surfing Pictures for Sale” niche – Need Domain Name

Let me show you a peek inside the Jaaxy tool so you can see a glimpse of the power of this amazing program. So in the previous article, I went over how to find your perfect niche. We used the example of Surfing and came up with the niche of Surfing Picture Sales for our example niche. Now we need a keyword optimized domain name, or in other words, we need a domain name that has keywords that will get us on page 1 of google if someone searches those words. So, this is critical, and let me show you how quickly Jaaxy can help you find the perfect domain name for successful marketing! Here is the Jaaxy tool on my account, and I am going to go through the steps and show you screen shots (sorry they aren’t better quality) for each step so you can follow what I’m doing. When you sign up for your free membership, you get video trainings inside, so no worries about the technicalities. I enter the keywords we are searching for which, in our example, happen to be: “surfing pictures for sale” and here are our results in Jaaxy. I am going to explain each column so you can understand the chart and the power of it.   OK, so let’s start at the left. You will see a list of keyword variations (I only included the top three results for illustration purposes), and they are variations of the keywords we initially put into the system, which were “surfing pictures for sale.” You can see Jaaxy has suggested “surfing pictures sale,” and “surf pictures sale.” Remember, in this exercise, we are not looking for an article title, we are looking for our DOMAIN NAME! We could use any of the three for our domain name, they all make sense in that regard. So in that case, let’s review the columns for the report so you have a good understanding of what they mean:
  • Keyword – List of suggestions created by the Jaaxy system
  • Avg – The average number of times people search for those keywords in a month
  • Traffic – The estimated number of visits you can expect when you rank on page 1 in the search engines for those keywords
  • QSR – Quoted Search Results – the number of competing websites ranked in Google for this exact keyword – This is basically your competition, and you want a QSR under 100 for a beginning site and under 300 for an established site.
  • KQI – Keyword Quality Indicator – Overall assessment of keyword – Great, Normal, or Poor
  • SEO – Search Engine Optimization score based on traffic predictions and competition.  100 is the top score. Here is where you check keyword ranking Google!
Next come the important part if you are searching for a domain name. So the last column on our search results is the Domain column. Once your website is set up, you won’t need to know if a .com is available for your keyword because you will be searching for keywords and article ideas with the search function, not looking for a domain name. In our scenario, we are searching for a domain name, and you can see the .com for each is available (I always recommend a .com over a .net or a .org – it is more authoritative to the public). All three are great choices and meet all the qualifications!
  • 1) People searching for the keyword (the higher the score the better)
  • 2) Low competition score (under 100 QSR is optimal -the lower the score the better)
  • 3) High SEO score (the higher the score the better – 100 is maximum SEO score)

So, let’s try them out!  They all meet the qualifications beautifully!

surfingpicturesforsale.com | surfingpicturessale.com | surfpicturessale.com                                       I know what one I like the best, personally, just because of the way it sounds and the way it looks typed all together. I like surfingpicturesforsale.com. It’s easier to read, I think, and I think it says exactly what I would want it to say. Your website name choice is a personal one, pick one you love for a niche you love, and it is one more ingredient toward your amazing success! I share another example of finding a perfect keyword here:

CHECK KEYWORD RANKING GOOGLE

If you would like to give Jaaxy a try, you can enter a keyword here to start your free membership.  You can also use the Jaaxy platform as part of your Wealthy Affiliate free membership.  Either way, you will get amazing value for your business.  Go ahead and try out Jaaxy here for FREE:  
     

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You can get 30 free Jaaxy keyword searches with your free Wealthy Affiliate membership.  You’ll also get two free websites!  The great part is that no credit card or debit card is required.  Your Starter membership gives you many benefits as follows:

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Thank you so much for stopping by!  I hope you found this article of value!  

I’ve been marketing online for many years, and I pride myself in providing you with the most up-to-date, relevant information to start and grow your affiliate marketing business!

Please leave me a comment below, or if you prefer to contact me personally, you can email me at Babs@CoachingforInternetMarketers.com.

I look forward to hearing from you!

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Babs Wagner

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17 comments

  1. I can confirm that Jaaxy is a brilliant keyword tool. Usually when you use a free tool, I find that the ads are very disruptive, popping up and interfering with what you were doing. Sometimes it can get you frustrated enough to delete the thing. Jaaxy has yet to do that to me.

    I have a free Jaaxy account and it is awesome. They have so many ways for you to search and find keywords and related keywords that it is easy to find topic for content creation. The best thing to do is to try it and see for yourself! If you don’t like it, just delete  your account, no harm done.

  2. I love the way you have presented this information about Jaaxy. It seems to me like its a very handy and useful software. I like the way you have elaborated how to settle down for a domain name using this search tool. 

    Just a concern, what other benefits can I get from Jaaxy apart from keyword and domain searches?  Do you think it’s a good recommendation for anyone looking for a financial opportunity online? 

    1. It is a useful tool for any business who wants to optimize their website.  Unless you want to pay for ads, keyword optimization is the name of the game.  So it is a great recommendation for everyone who wants to make money online.  In my opinion, it’s a must-have.

  3. Thanks for the awesome rundown on Jaaxy.  I’ve been considering a switch from my current KW tool (KWFinder). One thing I’ve noticed with other keyword tools in general is that even when the competition is large websites like Amazon or Business Insider they still indicate that the competition for the keyword is quite low.  But the likelihood of knocking amazon or business insider out of place is pretty low.

    What’s your experience with how Jaaxy handles this? Does it appropriately take into account the difficulty of the competition so you can avoid keywords based not only on the number of competitors, but also based on the quality of the competitors?

    1. Thanks so much for the comment, and I am going to update my article because that is an important point you bring up about competition.  Even though a keyword may have only 24 competing sites, for an example, but if websites like Amazon.com or other big names dominate that keyword, move on.  You want to compete against other affiliate marketers for that top spot, because you’ve got that!  LOL!

  4. This is a great article about the Jaaxy Keyword Tool! Keyword research is so important, and Jaaxy just makes it So. Much. Easier. I used to use the keyword tool that Google offers, but I find it really hard to understand and use.

    I love the domain finder on Jaaxy that you showed! I actually haven’t used that yet. What happens when you click on the .com? Can you purchase the domain straight from there? 

  5. It really looks like a useful tool that provides all the information that one might need, and it’s presented really nicely instead of cluttered with ads! However, I do have some queries about this matter.

    This is not the first time I had come across this keyword tool and virtually all the reviews that I come across talked about how awesome this tool is. However, from what I know, you do have to pay for this service – you only get 30, non-refreshable searches for each account that is created. If you want to search any more than that, I believe you have to pay a monthly fee, so technically it is not ‘free’ at all. It is equivalent to a service that offers a trial period. Can I clarify if this is the case, or is there some free membership that I am not aware of and other websites are just trying to scam me of my money?

  6. Cool! After trying it out I’ve now realized that Jaaxy is really a powerhouse platform/tool that has everything one would need for conducting keyword research all in one place. Whether using it for finding quality domain names or for titles to articles, it really pulls up the best suggestions I would have totally overlooked otherwise. The best thing is that it helps in finding the keyword phrases that don’t have that much competition in the SERPs. Thank you for recommending Jaaxy.

  7. I’ve really struggled to rank my articles over the last 12 months, and I think it’s definitely down to the SEO side of things…namely the keywords I’m using in my titles!

    Does this keyword tool, Jaaxy, have the parameter or ability to help you spy on your competition, and sort of see what they are using – and see what keywords are NOT being used that often?

    Also, how long does this free trial last – will I be able to get enough keywords out of the free time to write a handful of articles?

    1. You can search on Google for keywords that meet the criteria, and then you can see who your competition is for those keywords, and see what they’ve got going on.  If they are an affiliate site, you can easily compete.  If it is Amazon or Target, move to another keyword phrase.

  8. Awesome review and walk-through of how to use Jaxxy and find the best keywords.  One things that I never remember to do is to find a keyword rich domain name.  I’m always thinking that I need something clever, but it makes sense to have your your domain name help your site rank as well.  

    I wish i would have read this post last night before I bought a new domain name for a new site.  I guess I can always search for a new name and sell this one down the road! Thanks for the great info! I look forward to reading your next post!

  9. Hey there,

    Jaxxy is truly an amazing tool for content creators, it made my life as an affiliate marketer so much easier! I really appreciate how user friendly Jaxxy is, which makes it very easy for new comers to understand how to use this tool. The 2nd thing I admire about Jaxxy is the ability to deliver very detailed and informative keyword researches which is crucial part in terms of writing a content which would do well in google rankings and atract a lot of visitors. Thanks for the helpful and descriptive article, keep up the good work! Cheers.

  10. At the beginning of the training programs on this community, I began to fall in love with searching for keywords to identify niche and to develop a keyword rich content focusing on my niche. It would be very difficult without tools like JAAXY. Honestly, I love about the usefulness and the the performance of JAAXY. And reading through your article, makes me smile because you nailed it on the head. Any traffic comes through this article will never miss a click on TRY JAAXY NOW, especially online entrepreneurs including myself. Great Job BABS!

  11. WoW. I never knew Jaaxy could do so much more than how I knew it. It was introduced to me before and have used it but have never gotten a more extensive information about it until  now. Thank for sharing this wonderful article. I have lots to learn, and SEO with the help of Jaaxy is definitely one of them.

  12. When it comes to key word search you cannot mention it with any seriousness without first mentioning Jaaxy

    Jaaxy is still the best tool for keyword search. It has so many ways to search keywords and related keyworda for SEO.. Jaaxy has a free edition that gives you a chance to use the platform, see if you like it, and then you can upgrade.  It’s so worth it, everyone should give it a try.

    1. Jaaxy is amazing, and it’s really inexpensive.  I pay $19.99 monthly for unlimited searches and lists.  I cannot, seriously, imagine my business running without it.  I get the best titles for SEO with the hottest, low-competition keywords.  I started my trial when I signed up for Wealthy Affiliate.  I got free access to both platforms.  I love them both!  – Babs

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