Jaaxy Review: The Keyword Research Tool For Analyzing Keywords

Review of Jaaxy: The Keyword Research Tool For Analyzing Keywords


This blog post will explain what Jaaxy is and my experiences with Jaaxy. Jaaxy is a piece of Keyword Research Software that was created by the two co-founders of Wealthy Affiliate. I found this Keyword Research tool to be beneficial in finding keywords that help optimize the ranking of my website. For this review, I used Jaaxy’s Pro Membership.  If you are interested in creating a website, I would suggest checking out my review of Wealthy Affiliate. Wealthy Affiliate is the platform that I used for creating and hosting this website. All of the newfound knowledge I have gained with WordPress has come from the training at Wealthy Affiliate.

What is Jaaxy

Jaaxy is a keyword research tool that was created by the two co-founders of Wealthy Affiliate (Kyle and Carson). The keyword tool uses multiple metrics in order to help people find keywords that have a higher probability of getting ranked within Google, Bing,  Yahoo or other smaller search engines.

Why Keywords are Important

 Having keywords that rank higher within search engines will allow your website to stand out and will allow you to gain traffic more quickly. One of the key metrics that Jaaxy uses for finding good keywords is low competition. If your website’s domain name and content have low competition keywords, those keywords will help your website become more profitable. People will be able to find your website more easily. Have keywords that are highly competitive and popular will diminish your chances of being found and gaining traffic. Keywords that are highly competitive usually have a lot of traffic. Keywords that have low competition tend to have little traffic. Keywords that have low competition and a decent amount of search traffic are ideal for any website.

Example: Google is a good example that illustrates how certain keywords can really influence the amount of search traffic your website receives. A vast majority of Google’s Search traffic only looks at the first page of search results for any particular search query. If you can find keywords that allow your website to rank within the first page of search results more quickly, your website will be able to gain traffic more quickly. Search traffic that looks at the second, third, fourth, fifth, etc…. page of search results is pretty small relative to the search traffic that only looks at the first page of search results.

Jaaxy Features

Once you obtain a membership with Jaaxy, there are a number of different features that you can use that you for finding keywords to analyze or for organizing keywords that have already been analyzed.

1) Brainstorm: This is a feature that looks at trends of hot topics within Google, Yahoo, Alexa, Amazon, and Twitter. This can be a useful feature for finding ideas within popular niches and categories online. The topics are organized by ranking. The most popular topics have high rankings while the less popular topics have low rankings. If you are interested in any of the topics that are trending, you can select the topics and put them in your Brainstorm Queue. This is basically a list of all of the different topics that you could perform keyword research on in the future. Once you click on a topic within the Brainstorm Queue, Jaaxy will provide a list of different keyword phrases that are related to the topic that you chose from your Brainstorm Queue. In the image below, I clicked on the plus sign next to “Google Flights” and added “Google Flights” to my list.

This is the list of related keyword phrases that Jaaxy generated when I selected the keyword “Cricket” from my Brainstorm Queue.

2) Alphabet Soup: Alphabet Soup is a feature that works similarly to Google Instant. Google Instant is a part of Googles Algorithm that will automatically come up with guesses of different search queries that it thinks are most closely related to the search query that you are typing into Google.  Alphabet Soup allows you to add different letters of the alphabet after phrases of keywords and Jaaxy will generate phrases of keywords that include words that start with the letters that you added. The image below shows an example of this in Jaaxy. For this example, I typed in the phrase “scam free” and here are the results that Jaaxy came up with for the letter “d”.  The first phrase of keywords that Jaaxy came up with was “scam free dating sites”. The search query “scam free dating sites” is the most popular search query for the letter “d” after the keywords “scam free”.

3) Site Rank Analysis: This feature will look at the keywords in your website that are related to your niche and will tell you how your site ranks in relation to those keywords. The image below shows an example of this. The keywords in the domain of my website are “scam, free, jobs, at, home”. Those five words in the domain of my website are all keywords that are related to my niche. For this example I wanted to see how well my site ranked within Google, Bing and Yahoo when I typed in the keywords “scam, free, jobs, at”. These are the results Jaaxy gave me.  My website (highlighted in yellow) is currently ranked at Position 10 on “Page 2” for those specific keywords. For Bing and Yahoo, my website is located at Position 2 for Bing and Position 3 for Yahoo. There is also a feature called keyword tracking that allows you to track the position for specific search queries for a domain on a daily, weekly, bimonthly or monthly basis.


In contrast, my website ranks at “Position 6” on “Page 1” for the keywords “scam free jobs at home”. My website is ranking higher within Google for this particular search query.


*The small upward facing arrow next to Position 6  for the keyword search query “scam free jobs at home” means that the position of my website within Google went up 15 positions higher from the second page of search results to the first page of search results. The first time I performed that search, my website was ranked at “Position 21” on “Page 2” of Google. Now my website ranks in at “Position 6”  on “Page 1” of Google.*

4) Search Analysis: Search Analysis is a feature that is similar to Site Ranking, but provides the Alexa ranking of any website instead of its position within a search engine. Instead of analyzing the position of a website for the keywords that it ranks under, this feature looks at the popularity of a website by comparing the website’s traffic against the traffic of other websites on the internet. An Alexa Ranking is used to show a website’s popularity in relation to all of the other websites on the internet.  The image below provides a link to Google’s Youtube Channel. Youtube is a subsidiary of Google.  The Alexa Ranking for the Youtube is 2. This means that there is only one other more popular website than this one. I checked the Alexa ranking of this website and Alexa provided a very similar ranking for this website. Alexa gave this website a global ranking of 2 and a U.S. Ranking of 2.


The different metrics that are shown with this feature are:

a) Title: The Title of the website

b) URL: The link of the website

c) Meta Description: The brief description of each website.

“Experience the world of Google on our official youtube channel. Watch videos about our products, channels, company happenings and more. Subscribe to……”

d) Meta Keywords: The keywords that are in each Meta Description. For this website, there are the meta keywords Google Science Technology Android “Google App” “Google Drive” Gmail “Google Maps” Nexus “Google Doodles” “Google Zeitgeist”

e) Word Count: The total number of words on the website.

f) Links on Site: The number of external and internal links on the website.

g) Keyword Density: The percent of content that contains the keyword or keywords that you searched for. For this website, 4.82% of the website’s content contains the keywords that I searched for.

h) Backlinks: The number of links that link to this website. For this website, there are 701,000 links to separate websites that all redirect to this article on Slate.

i) Alexa Rank: The Alexa rank provided by the web analytics company owned by Amazon called Alexa

j) Adsense: Whether or not the website contains Google Adsense advertisements. Slate’s Article on Facebook does not have any Google Adsense advertisements.

5) Affiliate Program Finder: The affiliate program finder is an option that allows you to see which advertisers (companies) offer affiliate programs within different affiliate networks. The four different affiliate networks that Jaaxy allows you to search in for affiliate programs are Clickbank, Commission Junction, Digital River and Linkshare. The image below shows an example of how Jaaxy’s affiliate program finder works. I typed in the word “fitness” and these some of the affiliate programs that commission junction has for the fitness industry.

6) Keyword List Manager: The Keyword list manager allows you to organize keyword search queries that you have made by category. You can create separate categories of keyword search queries by taking old keyword search queries and putting them in separate lists. This can be helpful for analyzing keyword data within a particular niche. The image below shows an example of a keyword list. This is the list of keywords that I used for figuring out which keywords to use for the domain of this website.

Jaaxy Metrics For Analyzing Keywords  

1) Avg (Average):  The first metric Jaaxy uses for analyzing keywords is average search traffic per month. The image above shows some of the keyword searches that I performed with Jaaxy. The first search query I made was “profitable jobs from home”. For these keywords, there are on average 40 searches for these keywords per month. The next search query I made was “work from home”. These particular keywords received an average of 514,347 searches per month. This is substantially more than the the first search query that I made.

2) Traffic:  If you search for keywords that are contained your website, this metric will show you the number of expected visits your website should receive in any given month.   If my website contained the keywords “work from home” and had a first-page ranking within Google, my website should receive around 87,439 visits in a month.

3) QSR (Quoted Search Results):  Quoted Search results show how competitive keywords are. A Low QSR means that the keywords you searched for have low competition while a High QSR means that the keywords you searched for have high competition. The number that is listed for the QSR of each search query of keywords shows the number of competing pages for those keywords within Google and other search engines.

4) KQI (Keyword Quality Indicator): Keyword Quality Indicator is a visual indicator that shows whether or not certain keywords are good to use or not good to use. This metric does this by showing a visual of a Green, Yellow or Red Circle. Keywords that have a corresponding Green Circle as their KQI means that the keywords rank well with in Google or other search engines. Keywords that have a Yellow Circle are okay to use and will rank fairly well within search engines. Keywords that have a Red Circle as their KQI means that they do not rank well within search engines. The two phrases of keywords that have Yellow Circles and don’t rank as well are “work from home” and “legitimate jobs from home.”

5) SEO (Search Engine Optimization): The final metric that is shown in the image above in the last column provides an SEO score for a search query of keywords. This metric uses the competition and traffic of keywords in order to calculate an SEO score for the keywords. Keywords that have a good SEO score will help improve your website’s ranking when they are included in the domain of your website and the content of your web pages. The higher the SEO score, the more likely the keywords will rank well within search engines.

6) Domain Availability: This metric shows the number of domains are available for the set of keywords that you just searched for. The image above does not show the domain availability of the phrases of keywords that I searched for. If was able to see the domain availability of the search query “Profitable Jobs from Home”, I would be able to see if this set of keywords had a domain available with the extension .com, .org or .net.

Jaaxy Membership Options

1) Jaaxy Basic (Free Trial Account):

  • 30 Keyword Searches
  • 30 Search Results
  • Website Analyzer
  • Affiliate Program Finder
  • Keyword List Manager
  • Brainstorm Idea Feed
  • Keyword Competition Data
  • 1x Speed
  • Affiliate Program
  • 30 SiteRank Analysis Scans

2) Jaaxy Pro (Price: $49/Month or $499/Year)

  • Unlimited Search History
  • Search Analysis
  • Manual QSR Search
  • Manuel Domain Search
  • Alphabet Soup (15/letter)
  • 2 X Multithreaded Search
  • 2 X Site Rank Analysis Scans
  • Website Analyzer
  • Affiliate Program Finder
  • Keyword List Manager
  • Brainstorm Idea Feed
  • Affiliate Program

3) Jaaxy Enterprise (Price: $99/Month or $999/Year)

  • 30 Search Results
  • Keyword Competition
  • Automated QSR
  • 5 X Speed
  • Automated Domain Search
  • Alphabet Soup (50/Letter)
  • 5 X Multi Threaded Search
  • Unlimited Keyword Lists
  • 5K SiteRank Analysis Scans
  • SEO Analysis
  • Affiliate Program Finder
  • Brainstorm Idea Feed
  • Affiliate Program


Jaaxy is something I would recommend to anyone who is starting a website. Any person that is looking to increase their website’s overall ranking and increase traffic to their website can benefit from Jaaxy. Any website, regardless of what it is being used for, thrives with higher levels of traffic and struggles with lower levels of traffic. Jaaxy is a great solution to this problem.

I hope you found this information helpful. Feel free to leave any questions or comments in the comment box below. Please let me know if there is something you would have liked to have seen in this post or in a separate post.

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22 Responses

  1. Anh Nguyen says:


    I’m a pretty big fan of Jaaxy for it’s beginner friendly user-interface and the fact that it did its’ one job very well: find low competitive keywords.

    Thanks to it I’ve been able to rank on Google for several keywords and I’m planning to continue using it in the future. 🙂


    • Dom says:

      Hi Anh!

      I also think Jaaxy is a great keyword tool. I like how it does not provide too many metrics and is formatted in a simplistic way. When I initially created this website, I used Jaaxy to find keywords for the name of it.

  2. Josh says:

    Hey Dom,
    I really like the Jaaxy tool. It has been built taking into consideration all the needs of someone in an affiliate marketing.

    Not only do you have the option to do keyword research, Site Rank Analysis really helps drill down where you stand for specific keywords.

    I find the alphabet soup immensely helpful especially when searching for new topics to write an article on.

    My only wish is that it came with a one time fee instead of recurring cost other than that, the Jaaxy keyword research tool is pretty awesome.

    • Dom says:

      Hi Josh! I think the alphabet soup technique is great for narrowing down popular and trending keywords within google that have lower competition. I also found the Site Rank Analysis feature to be very insightful. It was interesting to see how my websites ranking fluctuated with the the different keywords related to my website. A one time fee with Jaaxy would also be cool. I like how Wealthy Affiliate has a discounted annual membership. You can pay once for the entire year.

  3. Alan Roy Hocking says:

    Hi Dom

    I use Jaaxy for all my keyword research it’s just so quick and has so many features all in one place.

    It has saved me hours of work that I would normally have to do searching with several different tools and methods to get all the information that Jaaxy provides

    In fact it’s the only keyword research tool I use or have any confidence in these days and I know I wouldn’t have got my site ranking on page one without it.

    Alan 🙂

    • Dom says:

      Thanks for the comment Alan! Jaaxy is a straight forward keyword tool that is pretty efficient. It does not present too much data and is great at finding keywords that are not too competitive. Thanks to Jaaxy, I also have been able to get my website to rank well under a few keywords.

  4. Jerry says:

    Jaaxy seems like an awesome keyword research tool to jumpstart any business and keep it running for years to come. Since it finds the most current keywords I can see how this will be useful for me down the road. Also I never thought how I was sometimes going after high competitive keywords in my blog posts. Yikes. Thanks for this.

    • Dom says:

      Hi Jerry! I would definitely recommend using Jaaxy to find keywords that haven’t been used often. My website is in the work from home niche which is a pretty common niche. There are keywords within this niche that are very common and competitive. If I had not used Jaaxy, I would not have been able to find keywords that most most people are not using. My website would have had a much harder time ranking within the first few pages of google.

  5. Justin says:

    I have been using Jaaxy for quite a while now and have been really impressed with the keyword analysis capabilities of this software tool. You can save so much time by knowing exactly which keywords to target and which ones to stay clear of. Most marketers do not due their due diligence upfront when selecting keywords and end up creating content for keywords that are near impossible to rank for. Jaaxy takes the guesswork out of the equation. highly recommend this keyword research tool. Thanks for the review, you are spot on

    • Dom says:

      Thanks for stopping by Justin! I also think Jaaxy helps take the guesswork out of the equation. I think it is a great keyword tool that is not overly complex with too many metrics. I find that it does a good job in indicating keywords that are not too common, yet yield a decent amount of search traffic. As someone who has been with Wealthy Affiliate for about a year and a half now, I have seen just how much of an impact keywords have on site ranking.

  6. Dharmesh Savaliya says:

    Hi Dom,

    Thanks for acknowledging for this amazing keyword tools.
    I tried free Jaxxy tool .it is very easy to use and good to see competitor keyword.it is also help me to find my blog post topic. it works well for me.
    I have on confusion about Jaxxy, can it shows me country wise search for particular keywords.

    • Dom says:

      Thanks for the comment Dharmesh! I also think Jaaxy is a great keyword tool with a simple user interface. I have not been able to filter the results I have received with Jaaxy by country. The results that Jaaxy provides of particular keywords are only representative of data from multiple countries throughout the world and are not representative of data from specific countries. Does this answer your question?

  7. Gomer Magtibay says:

    Wow, your post got me stayed here for a while and read!

    I am a member of Wealthy Affiliate, but since there’s a free keyword tool inside our back office, I did not paid much attention to Jaaxy. Now, after reading your review THOROUGHLY, I will use it more often now.

    Thanks for this review!

    • Dom says:

      Hi Gomer! I am glad you enjoyed the review. I think the free keyword tools is great, but I tend to use Jaaxy more often. Relative to the free keyword tool, Jaaxy has some extra features such as the KQI metric and the Site Rank Analysis features that provide a more clear indication of which keywords rank well and how the search engine position of your website can change relative to different keywords.

  8. Lilg06 says:

    Hello Dom,

    I had a basic account with Jaaxy which allows you to have 30 searches. I initially thought I will use this tool to find at least 30 potential keywords for my site. But this tool is so addictive I used all of my searches in just an hour or so.

    Now I think I am going to go Pro because once you work with this tool, you simply can’t work without it.

    Thanks for your insight on the tool. Some of the features you explained in review is foreign to me. I just used the tool to search keywords. But now it makes me more happy knowing I am getting more then what I am paying for.


    • Dom says:

      Hi Aman! I also find Jaaxy to be addictive. When I initially created this website, I was trying to come up with a domain name that contained keywords that were not competitive. I went through the 30 free searches that Jaaxy provides in the free trial account while I was dong this. Having a Keyword tool is very helpful and the Pro membership offered by Jaaxy is a great investment for keyword research.

  9. Neil says:

    Hey Dom

    As a user of the Jaaxy keyword research platform myself, I have found it to be the best keywordt tool I have ever used. I’ve downloaded that many keyword tools in the past, that I found the majority to be both slow and really hard to work with, due to a lot of confusing metrics to understand.

    Jaaxy makes the process so very quick and easy to understand, by removing the trash that isn’t necessary. I love the fact that it’s web-based too, which won’t have my IP address punished by Google.

    The Site Rank feature is definitely my favorite. 🙂


    • Dom says:

      Hi Neil! I have multiple websites hosted at Wealthy Affiliate. I have heard that websites with shared IP hosting does not negatively affect search rankings. I wouldn’t want my rankings to be penalized as a result of having a Shared IP address. I also think Jaaxy is a very straight forward keyword tool that does not provide too many metrics. It does a good job in providing a clear indication of keywords that have been used frequently and those that have not been used frequently. I think the Site Rank Feature is quite fascinating. It is really cool to see how the position of a website can change within a search engine from separate search queries that contain different keywords related to the website.

  10. Deva says:

    Very detail review of Jaaxy. I am using Jaaxy for some time, Free version. It gives me quickly results, although I could have all this using Google search. I have only one comment, lately I have problems with logging in, and with their affiliate program . Maybe it has been updating?! I still do not have my referral number as an affiliate in Jaaxy. Have you got similar problems? Does Jaaxy have a support mail where to ask for help?

    • Dom says:

      Hi Deva! I think Jaaxy is a more efficient alternative than Google Search. In regards to the Affiliate Program, are you referring to the ID number within the affiliate link that Jaaxy provides? When I login into my account at Jaaxy, my affiliate link includes my personal ID number within the link. If you have not already, you could send a private message to Kyle and Carson and see if they could help you resolve the problem.

  11. Tony says:

    I would love to agree with you about Jaaxy, but I can’t. I love WA, and am a loyal member. But I have a billing issue with Jaaxu, and I cant get onto the website even though I paid. Then trying to get somone from jaaxy to respond is impossible. I gave up.

    • Dom says:

      Hi Tony! I am sorry this happened to you. I myself have not had any billing issues with Jaaxy yet. It seems to me that you have already sent a private message to Kyle and Carson on this matter. Best of luck to you in getting this issue resolved.

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