In the training Kyle says that we should target keywords with a QSR competition rating of 100 or less but in Jaaxy, I have found that they come up as 'Great' if the QSR is upto about 200 instead. After that it seems to be 'normal' and then 'poor'.
Obviously we want the QSR to be as low as possible, but is it ok to target words that are around 130 - 180 in Jaaxy which quite often come up as 'Great'.
What do people think?

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Gordon-D Premium
Where you find a "Great" KQI take a look at the SEO score as well. You may find a KW that has a QSR of around 200 and tells you it is "Great" but the SEO score is down in the 80's. To me that isn't great.
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GailLowe Premium
OK thanks for your advice.
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DianneC1 Premium
I tried to go with keywords with the low numbers the highest I want was122 I stuck with Kyle advice since he is our guide and teacher.
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GailLowe Premium
Thanks for your reply. sounds like good advice.
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MKearns Premium
There have to be other factors that offset the higher QSR Gail. The first that comes to mind is higher quality keywords that Jaaxy pulls up.
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GailLowe Premium
OK thanks. I'm still experimenting really lI feel but need more data.
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Memorylaneuk Premium
It is all dependant on the searches that are made too. 200 competition with 1000s of searches a month is still great but not so great if there are only a 100 searches a month.
Hope this helps.
With Grace and Gratitude
Karen
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GailLowe Premium
Good point. Thank you.
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sprbst53 Premium
At one point he said he would go up to 200. I guess it depends how much competition you want. It does seem to allow for more keywords.
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GailLowe Premium
Thanks
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