Are you looking for the best keyword tool for free to use? I know that when you are new to affiliate marketing it can be a bit overwhelming to decide what keyword tool to use. Especially since the majority of keyword tools out there cost a pretty penny to use.
Link To Use Jaaxy For Free
The keyword tool that is my favorite is one called Jaaxy. This is the keyword tool that I use all the time because of the great features that are built into it. Jaaxy is a keyword suite that creates efficiency in keyword research. When you have efficiency in your keyword research, you have more time on your hands to write and publish your posts.
I have provided a link to Jaaxy below so you can try it out for yourself.
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If you are new to keyword research or are trying to figure out the data that Jaaxy has provided you, here are the columns in your Jaaxy account that you should close pay attention to. All the parameters listed below need to be taken into consideration before you settle on the final keywords that your post will be written around:
This is the average number of searches made every month using the exact keywords you typed in. For someone starting out in affiliate marketing and are trying to grow their presence organically, any number between 50 to 100 is a good number to start with.
When you target the monthly search numbers of between 50 to 100, you will notice that your organic page views will steadily increase every month because your web page is more likely to be ranked within the first three pages. The monthly search numbers that are higher than a hundred tend to have more competition and so your chances of ranking on the first few pages are diminished.
However, if the monthly searches are above 100 but the QSR is very low (like around 10), your chances of ranking on the first page is increased.
KQI (Keyword Quality Index)
The KQI informs you about the keyword quality of your chosen keywords. This is vitally important if you are going to promote your website or web post on any marketing campaign (such as a Pay Per Click campaign). Through this index, you will have a quick way to determine if your keywords are on the mark.
QSR (Quoted Search Results)
This is the most important number to review. The QSR gathers information from all the search engines and will tell you the number of competing pages using that exact same keyword phrase. Aim for a QSR under 100 if you have a new website. Aim for a QSR under 200 if your website has been around for a while. The lower the QSR number, the better.
Now this was just a quick overview. There are many more columns in Jaaxy with a lot more information provided to you to help in choosing the best keywords for your posts.
Jaaxy Video Training
For more thorough training on how to use Jaaxy to give your website a competitive edge, I have provided a Jaaxy training video below.
And that’s it!
I hope this post has been helpful. If you have any questions regarding keyword research or Jaaxy, please leave your question below and I will be glad to answer you.
Have a great day!