Best Jaaxy Metrics Yet!

Last Update: April 28, 2019

When you start to get the hang of Jaaxy, it can really be addicting. I find myself searching a little bit each day for new or related terms to use in new articles, and somedays are a bust...

But, somedays are a BOOM!

Persistence and Perseverance

My goals for today were to publish a new article to my SAC site, and to add some keywords to my Jaaxy Saved Lists. While writing my post, I would periodically jump back over to Jaaxy and search some phrases.

Well, this afternoon, I happened to find just what I needed and here are the numbers:

AVG 299 | TRAFFIC 51 | QSR 0 | SEO 94

Yay for low hanging fruit!

I will take those numbers ALL DAY LONG!

However, this is the first time I've been so lucky to find such a thing.

Therefore... Fireworks!

Today is a WIN all across the board. I published my article as planned, and I found the best Jaaxy metrics yet out of all of my searches. I don't believe that I had any previous posts with a ZERO QSR with that amount of looks and clicks.

It is a wonderful feeling of accomplishment at the end of a long writing session!

Keep pushing forward!

Cris

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LifeRookie Premium
Congrats on that one.
I wonder is it pure luck, or more a skill thing after spending hours with Jaaxy, to your mind. Can you comment, how many times you usually use your gem keyword on a thread? Also do you use your best keywords on multiple posts on purpose?
Sorry for so many questions, but you usually are very analytical, so your comments are valuable.
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cris1018 Premium
Wow. Thank you so much for the compliment.

My process is to use the keywords in the title, the first paragraph of the post, and one other random place in the post.

I do not re-use the same keywords. I do use Jaaxy's "related" and "alphabet soup" techniques, though, to create new posts of the same or similar topic.

Google does not like keyword stuffing (using too many in one post), or duplicate content, so I keep keyword use and posts unique.

And no apology ever needed for questions! I'm happy to help when and where I can. I've received much help here over the months. Give and take! I hope this helps. Thank you,

Cris
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tbowyer Premium
Hi Cris.

Like @Brenda63 below, I too am still struggling with "keyword", probably because something deep inside is annoyed and feels that the correct term would be "keywords phrase" or some such.

Furthermore, I don't like Jaaxy all that much, and I'm using a more comprehensive tool, but it is horribly complicated and I understand that it is simply going to take a while for me to "get it".

In the meantime, for all those who like me are having difficulty with "keyword", I tend to imagine the search phrase I'd use in Google or any search engine as a "keyword".

I begin by typing in what I think it ought to be, e.g. "abbreviations used in software development". The topmost response is "185 Software Development Acronyms". The website is www.databasestart.com/software-development-acronyms.

So, in the not-Jaaxy tool, I put in that link address and when I click a button, I get a report showing me the top keywords for that page. Turns out, "software development acronyms" is best, but with a mere 3.28 SEO clicks per month (I don't know what an SEO click is. How is it different from an ordinary click? I'm going to have to Google that.)

On a hunch I drop "development" and I have the tool analyse "software acronyms". I better results because that keyword gets 11 clicks per month.

All in all, it seems that keyword jockeying is an art, not a science. I'm hoping that, as with most things, experience is the ingredient which moves the needle towards success.

Regards,
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cris1018 Premium
I think you're right, Tayo. More time, more experience, better results. It took me a while to get down how to use it effectively. After playing around with a lot of the tools and comparing the metrics, it finally clicked. Like I said below for Brenda, the Alphabet Soup technique has really helped me. Not sure if you've used that much yet? Sounds like your not-Jaaxy tool is spitting out some good info, too, though.
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tbowyer Premium
Yeah, I can't name the tool here for fear of running foul of "spamming" rules as this site's owners own Jaaxy too, I believe. If you are interested in finding out which tool I use, feel free to PM me—it's not as if it's a state secret.

"Alphabet Soup technique"
I don't believe I've had the pleasure. I'll look it up here in WA.

Thanks, and have a great day. 👍
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cris1018 Premium
Yes, K & C own Jaaxy, too. Please do PM me which tool, if you don't mind. I like to check out different resources, and I can use the research for another review article for my SAC site :-) Definitely look up the Alphabet Soup. It's pretty cool. Use Search... It'll come up. You have a great day, too.
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tbowyer Premium
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Done
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cris1018 Premium
Thank you!
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Brenda63 Premium
I still do not understand how keywords work. I did play around with Jaaxy just to help me understand how to do it. I did a lot of saving them especially for long keywords but am still new in my training to understand its full benefits. Eventually I will get it. When I get my site going. Great job. I will do what you do “keep pushing forward”
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cris1018 Premium
You are not alone, Brenda! It took me a little while to get it down. Once I started using the Alphabet Soup technique, I was hooked. Just remember, ANY traffic is good traffic with low QSR and high SEO. Always go for the "low hanging fruit." Less competition means your content is more likely to be seen.
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Eliz65 Premium
WOW, those numbers look amazing. It’s such a great feeling when things work out. I use Jaaxy all the time too. It can be very time consuming - but worth the effort!
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cris1018 Premium
I agree! I've had to force myself off of there a few times! That's usually when I'm not finding what I want, and my determination is beating my logic of good use of time.
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FKelso Premium
Good for you ! It is pretty amazing what that little tool can do.
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cris1018 Premium
Yes! It's become my "side step" for when I need a quick break from writing my posts. I add a few keywords to my Saved Lists then jump right back into Site Content. This was a nice surprise today!
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sminman7 Premium
Good job! Way to go! I also think Jaaxy is fun and addictive!
Michael Inman
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cris1018 Premium
Especially when it gives you the good ones! Thanks, Michael!
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Crazyhaggis Premium
Great keyword congrats on finding it.
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cris1018 Premium
Thanks... It will be interesting following the stats!
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kpercival55 Premium
Good work Cris!
Thanks for sharing your success, proof positive that if you work the system the system will work for you!

KyleAnn
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cris1018 Premium
Exactly! Thank you for reading, KyleAnn!
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RDulloo Premium
Isn't it awesome when that happens? :) Would love to know how you rank eventually.

Wish you much success!

Reyhana
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cris1018 Premium
I'm excited to see that as well! I'll try to remember to update. Thanks for reading and sharing in my joy today. I appreciate you :-)
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Vickic3 Premium
Great keywords win every time Cris and good on you for enjoying the research as having a lot of keywords saved is time-saving and makes everything flow more easily when writing
Keep moving forward and love what you do
Vicki
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cris1018 Premium
Nice to hear from you, Vicki! Thank you!
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TimMoto Premium
Congrats! Well done!
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cris1018 Premium
Thank you! Goes to show that patience, and growth over time, leads to great things. And a reminder to enjoy the journey!
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