PAGE 1 – Do not search your keyword in Google. Here’s why.

PAGE 2 – How to get accurate keyword research results

PAGE 3 – Two different Google search results

PAGE 4 – Why the Google results are different than Jaaxy

PAGE 5 – How to achieve accurate keyword results in Google

I see many newbie internet marketers questioning whether the results they get from Jaaxy are correct, because they do not match the results Google gives them. The simple reason you are getting different results in Google is because you are searching THE WRONG WAY.

WHY IS IT THE WRONG WAY?

When you do a search in Google you are given ALL RELEVANT possible answers to your query and NOT the actual results. In this training I will show you how to do keyword research correctly on Google. In order to do this correctly and give you results within a +/- range of ten, you need to do a few things before you get results.

Why did I say a +/- range of 10? Because depending on how popular the search query is currently, sometimes Google does not give exact results, even when searching in this correct way. This is why using a keyword tool is important because it is accurate and it saves you time and hassle.

DO NOT MAKE YOURSELF CONFUSED

Going up on to Google to search your keyword without doing the following correct steps will just make yourself confused. Typing your keyword into Google is absolutely the wrong thing to do. The easiest thing to do is ignore the results of your Google search and trust the Jaaxy results. This is what I have done for 5+ years and I have made it to Google page 1 at least 30 times.

Trusting Jaaxy and ignoring Google is the simple solution. But if you still want to go through the time consuming and multi-step process of searching on Google, then read on and I will show you why you will always get the wrong results doing a straight Google search and all the steps you need to know how to search correctly.

NEXT UP = The differences between the Google Results



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shoofar Premium
Great training!
I just wish it could also work for non-english users :}

(non-english character set keywords, that is)
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boomergp08 Premium
Thank you. I bet working with a non-English character set is probably a bit difficult.
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flygirl Premium
Good timing for this training. Thanks Robert for sharing your expertise once again!
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome. Always happy to help the WA community.
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Isabella18 Premium
Thank you for making this clear.
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome.
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PjGermain Premium
Robert, outstanding work! I was just about to post something similar, but now I don't have to! :-)

Exact Match (search WITH quotation) is way different than Broad Match (relevance). Very important to keep in mind when comparing keyword research tools.
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boomergp08 Premium
I've been wanting to post this for about a week since I get people asking me this question so much.
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PjGermain Premium
Yep, I'll be pointing folks here!!
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boomergp08 Premium
So will I. Now I do not have to explain it each time. lol
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PIOFJR Premium
Thank you for sharing Robert. Liked and bookmarked.
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boomergp08 Premium
You are welcome Pio. Thanks for the bookmark.
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