How To Check Website Keyword Ranking – A Jaaxy Keyword Tool Review – Part 4 of 6

Jaaxy Review Part 4 of 6 – “Why Being a Jaaxy Member Makes Sense!

Continue Reading Below…


(ATTENTION PLEASE! – If you have not read – Part 1 of this review, then please Go HERE first, then come back to this page to continue reading…)


Why Being a Jaaxy Member Makes Sense!

Chances are you are here and you are reading this review because you are interested in a few new things and eager to learn about what tools will work best for you, save you the most amount of time and money, and with the end all be all resulting in more cash in your pocket at the end of the day each day.  Am I correct?


Learning how to successfully research keywords and how to obtain website rankings will play a key role in the success of your website.  Would you agree?  If not, then please tell me why you disagree in the comment box at the very bottom of this article.


The Jaaxy Keyword Research Tool, Website Ranking, and Analysis Tools will allow you to accomplish this all in one easy and convenient location at


The training videos are easy, Step-by-Step manuals that will enable you to get the most out of your research efforts and the customer support is fast, reliable and delivers the correct answers to any questions you might have.


Do you have to be “Technically Inclined” to get full use out of Jaaxy?


NO!  Not at all!


The platform and systems at Jaaxy are simple enough that a grade school student could use it.  🙂  (and for people like me, I need simple…that’s for sure…LOL!)


If you can ride a bicycle (even one with training wheels still on it) and you have a laptop and an internet connection, then you can utilize Jaaxy’s tools with full confidence.  PLUS…If you love the tool, then you will probably be referring it to others, so why not Get Paid every time someone you refer buys the service?

How does Jaaxy Function?

What kind of data does Jaaxy provide you with when You Research a Keyword or Keyword Phrase…

How To Check Website Keyword Ranking

Above is a screenshot of a keyword search completed on the phrase, “best keyword tools.”  Notice the two red arrows at the top, one is pointing to “Monthly Searches” and the other is pointing to “QSR.”  These are generally the two most important line items you will want to be looking at when researching Your keywords.



So what does all this info mean?

Keywords:  This list will reveal the specific keyword you searched for at the very top as you can see I highlighted above.  The rest of the keywords that appear are phrases or search terms that are relevant and often used in conjunction with the specific keyword term that you searched for.  This helps you quickly determine other ideas and possible words to utilize in your content.


Monthly Searches:  This column reveals the number of search engine (Google, Bing, & Yahoo combined) searches that occurred over the last 30-days for that exact keyword or keyword phrase (very powerful info to know).


Estimated Traffic:  This column reveals the “estimated amount of traffic” you could receive if your keyword or keyword phrase was to rank within the first page of any of the major search engines.  It is a proven statistic that if your keywords can rank within the top three positions on the first page of the major search engines that your website could actually be getting up to 60% of your visitors organically just through people searching for those well-ranked keywords!  This is HUGE and can play a massive role in your online success!


QSR:  This stands for, “Quoted Search Results,” which reveals the number of “Competing Websites” ranked within Google for this exact keyword.  Obviously, the Lower amount of competition for any given keyword, the better.  This is one of Jaaxy’s best Power-House features, which is its innate ability to gather your Exact Number of Competitors very quickly while delivering these results to you withing the all-in-one tool so that all your info and data is stored in one centralized location.  When selecting your keywords and comparing competition, you should target keywords that have LESS THAN, 400 competitors, and the closer to ZERO is best.  Look at the example above…which keyword in this example has the least amount of competition? (leave your answer in the comment box below).


KQI:  This stands for “Keyword Quality Indicator,” using Green, Yellow & Red visual indicators to set them apart.  Green is Great.  Yellow is OK.  Red is Poor.  This will allow you to quickly scan through the list of keywords to visually find those that are much more likely to rank within Google and other major search engines.  The KQI indexes these keywords with an algorithm that compares Competition, Volume of Estimated Traffic, Previous Searches, and Ranking Results.  This is extremely powerful information which gives you a super quick way to determine at a glance whether a keyword is going to be worth using or not.  For me, this is a massive Time-Saver!


SEO Power:  This column reflects the “SEO (Search Engine Optimization) Power Score, which is a score based off of traffic and competition.  The HIGHER the score, the more likely it is that your keyword will rank within the first page of the major search engines.  It utilizes a score scale of 1 – 100, with 100 being the highest and best score.


This is just a few of the tool features that makes Jaaxy so quick and powerful!


Can you see how these things could not only help you save time and money but also help you choose quality, relevant keywords that will assist you in ranking on the first page of the major search engines, ultimately resulting in your website getting more traffic and increased revenues?  You can literally put together a very strong list of keywords that Google will rank with ease within just minutes!


UP NEXT – (Part 5 of 6)CONTINUE READING HERE:  Use Jaaxy to ‘Spy’ on Your Competition!

Have Questions, Comments or Suggestions?  Please leave them in the Comment Box Below...

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *