Uber Suggest Versus Jaaxy

Last Update: May 25, 2019

Here's a question I hope someone can answer. Why aren't keywords for Uber Suggest and Jaaxy the same? I can find a great keyword in Uber Suggest, yet it's a terrible one in Jaaxy. I'm confused. Help?

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ericcantu Premium Plus
One thing that gives me great confidence when using Jaaxy is that it's built by our very own Kyle and Carson. These are two guys that have been doing keyword research since the beginnings of WA. In fact, WA started simply as a keyword list website. So when these two guys set out to build a keyword research tool, we can rest assured they've gone with the best features and the most accurate data that works. Jaaxy has consistently delivered for me, and don't forget to use its features like Site Rank and Search Analysis to get the most out of it. A keyword can be a great one but if the websites ranking for it on page 1 of Google have massive authority you won't be pushing them out of the way until you can build that same authority or greater.
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TDenise Premium
Those are two features I think we underestimate, but I love those. When you add all the data and features together, then you get a more complete picture. SiteRank is nice too.
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Hollshope Premium
Great comment. I need to use Site Rank and Search Analysis more. Thank you.
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kevin928 Premium
Very useful, I must admit I never use site rank and search analysis so I must change that. Would like to give it a go now but still having problems with Jaaxy, is it still the same for everyone else?
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zidane786 Premium
They are all different, I have got access to 4 keyword research tools, Jaaxy, keysearch, Serpstat and Mangools, the keyword volume on all four hardly ever agree with each other. So, I just make sure that the difficulty level is more or less the same, which on the whole they are.
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Hollshope Premium
Interesting. I haven’t heard of those keyword tools before. Thanks!
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MickeyDJ Premium
It's true of all the keyword programmes - I've tried quite a number in the past including Neil Patels and Jaaxy of course and none of them agree with other. You would think if they are doing the same job, they would - but I've never found two that read the same. But then I've found keywords in Jaaxy with 50+ searches and '0' competition, only to type the phrase in to google and finds loads of articles with the exact same title. I now just think of the keyword tools as an interesting 'suggestive' tool, rather than an exact science.

It is the same though with the sites/ tools that proclaim to show you what traffic your competition gets - when I search my website, the 'accurate data' has never yet been the same as google analytics tells me.
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TDenise Premium
I think using them as a suggestive tool and taking the data a little deeper is 100% necessary. Great point.
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Hollshope Premium
Yeah, you would think they would have similar results. It’s somewhat perplexing. I found a really great keyword in Uber Suggest that was terrible in Jaaxy. Not even close. Thanks for your comment.
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Hollshope Premium
I think you’re right!
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MickeyDJ Premium
I've started writing much longer articles now with a number of sub headings, where each one would previously have been a keyword blog in itself. I find they rank better as one big article (4000 words plus) and when I use Google analytics to see the search terms I've been clicked for they are literally never the exact same as my keyword headings anyway. I still use jaaxy as a guide but some of my '0' competition terms are still saying 0 months after I've got an article ranked for that exact title.

Given how secretive Google and other search engines are about ranking algorithms I can't imagine they are falling over themselves to give out keyword data either. So then it is external firms trying to datamine sources which can't be that accurate I wouldn't think (I'm no expert tho).

I still remember when I found a term with allegedly 20 competing sources and put it in Google to see at the top 'your search showed 297,870 results....' If there was one difinitive resource you'd think a big firm would just submit pages for every 0 competition to gain easy traction.

The other thing I learnt was to be careful when you see 3 or 4 searches with the same specific estimated monthly hits - let's say 1,435 but different competition based on how you write the same phrase, to avoid the low competition. They are actually all ranked for the same phrase (so the competition is probably the highest number of the estimates) but you'll be penalised for poor grammar if you try and write an article around the sentence combination with the lowest competition.
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TDenise Premium
After reading Neil Patel's post here: https://neilpatel.com/blog/ubersuggest-3-0/
He mentions that it's pulling data from Google, but he never mentions the other search engines. I know Jaaxy pulls data from Google, Bing, and Yahoo, so that may be the difference. I don't know how the Jaaxy algorithm calculates all of the metrics, but I'm sure that could make a difference.
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cramervod Premium
Jaaxy uses Google Data. The site rank shows SERPS but the keyword data is from Google. For example, check the QSR from jaaxy on bings search engine and you will see that it's not accurate. Whereas the QSR is what it shows with Google.
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TDenise Premium
Are you sure? I know Jaaxy also pulls all three in the SiteRank as well as Search Analysis, so that wouldn't really make sense.
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cramervod Premium
It wouldn't be of much use if it tried to pull information from all searches. You would receive very low numbers for search queries if you aren't just looking for the data of the most used search engine.

Site rank is a different feature and function than the search because it can act as a user for each results page.
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TDenise Premium
Hmmm. Something to look deeper into for sure. Thanks.
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Hollshope Premium
I didn’t think of that. That makes sense. Thank you!
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TDenise Premium
You're welcome.
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Harilal3 Premium
Good question. Waiting for help.
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