what would i check next apart from domain names?

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solidbase Premium
I think it would be wise to double check that the keyword makes human sense.
You sometimes get that type of result if the keyword does not realy make human sense, ie if it is not written in a way that someone would write it normally.
Just my take on things.
-Theuns
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gmegs Premium
I have learned in the past to ignore a QSR of 0 - I believe they are a "faulty" result.
... although I find them often, I never use them.
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hostelgirl Premium
I didn't put the "for" in so that probably messed it up and skewed it. Used all my Jaaxy searches up now so will have to try and work it out another way.
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MoritzS Premium
Use the Keyword Tool here on WA. The results are the same there.
To get the QSR you have to click on "View Results" under competition.
The results shown there is equal to the QSR on Jaaxy.
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judebanks Premium
It is possible, but unusual to get a QSR (competition) score of 0.

It means there is no competition whatsoever. As I don't know your niche or keyword phrase I don't know how likely that is in your example.

The keyword phrase should make grammatical sense and include the filler words such as 'to", "for", "the".

I would check it again using the filler words as you would in your text copy. The general rule is to write for humans, not search bots. ~Jude
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MoritzS Premium
This is a very good result, as long as the searched keyword makes sense.
Your domain name is not THAT important anyways. It is more important to have great keywords in your actual content.
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hostelgirl Premium
Can you explain what you mean "made sense"? It didn't make grammatical sense as in a sentence but if I was typing into Google looking for something, it is what I would type in. Grammatically it would have the word " for" in. Example (not my actual search) "vegan alternatives to chocolate" Would I type the "to" in?
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MoritzS Premium
I think for a domain name it is ok.
But if you are looking for keywords for content/posts it has to make grammatical sense, or it will be difficult to put it in your content naturally.
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