Jaaxy has many different powerful functions that can help you with your keyword research. In this video training I am going to be walking you through the various keyword research features and showing you how you can use them to improve your keyword research, finding more awesome keywords.

In this walk-through, I cover the following aspects of Jaaxy:

  • How to Use the Keyword Research tab
  • What the different columns mean
  • How to perform a keyword search
  • Digging down on your keyword research
  • Using the "threaded", multi-tab search
  • Making use of the "Relevant" keywords tab
  • Saving and Managing Keyword Lists
  • Using the Alphabet Soup search
  • Brainstorming keywords, niches and ideas

If you do not have a Jaaxy.com account, you will need one to follow along with this. You can get a free Jaaxy account (30 free searches) using the following link:

http://www.jaaxy.com/createaccount/

If you have any questions about any of the material within this walk-through or about Jaaxy in general, please leave your questions and comments below and I will be more than happy to help you out.

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DScollard1 Premium
love the multiple features including brainstorming which Bootcamping is all about.
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RebeccaMarie Premium
How do I link Jaxxy to my free membership?
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renelmiller Premium
So Kyle, I am still here with questions for you because it seems to me that Jaaxy is still kind of a big mystery to me. You can get thousands of Keywords but what makes the best keywords to use, what makes them the best?
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renelmiller Premium
Yes, ok I loved the video, it was really well done but I need to understand what each column means to me for Jaaxy. Does this make sense?
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renelmiller Premium
I enjoyed listening to all that Jaaxy can do for me however I feel still lost at knowing how to determine what is going to be the best set of keywords or even a single keyword for what I want to do with them. I know that when you "get it", it's one of those ah ha moments and you never unlearn what just hit you in this learning curve. I am wondering if it is possible, when I go to name my next website here in WA, if there is someone that could possibly coach me in the choosing of the website name? So I can really understand what Jaaxy is telling me? Kyle/Carson? Anyone? If I have some specific questions about the title of my website? or a post even, can someone walk me through this? Apparently, when I had my premium account last time I was a member, I used all of my free searches; so when I reenrolled as a premium, it doesn't reset the number of free searches either? I don't know why this keyword research is so problematic for me, but it is.
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renelmiller Premium
When you say "free". obviously 30 free searches is going to disappear pretty quickly. Then what? What does it cost, and where do we go to read/think about it?
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sandrahering Premium
I really liked this video, thanks
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Bguras Premium
If you can answer me on my profile Kyle that would be great. Have to get off the computer soon.
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Bguras Premium
Kyle I cant login to Jaaxy Do not get a response on email did not use any of the 30 searches yet. under bryanguras@aol.com
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Radox340 Premium
Hello, could you help me with Jaaxy? I am from the Czech republic and I want to change a country in search. Is it possible to search the words only in the CZ?
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WKnoepp Premium
I don't know about CZ. German is my native language. I went over to Jaaxy and entered a couple of German words. They came up as normally aS English. I hope this helps.
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Radox340 Premium
Thank you WKnoepp but CZ searching isn't working...
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WKnoepp Premium
Give me a couple of Czech words to search and let me try.
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Radox340 Premium
For example my name - "radoslav cerny". Or "skoda octavia recenze". Thank you
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WKnoepp Premium
Both came up for me. radoslav cerny with a QSI of 71; skoda Octavia recenze with a QSI of 107.
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Radox340 Premium
Octavia works:) Thank you! But my name doesn't. If I type it directly to Google search, it will find me more results but in Jaaxy only one result. Thanks a lot for your help, WKnoepp
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WKnoepp Premium
Keep in mind that Jaaxy filters out irrelevance.
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AriaNozomu Premium
Is anyone else having an issue with jaaxy refusing to load today?
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Michelle04 Premium
Funny you would say this, because it took me two tries to finally get in. ???
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AriaNozomu Premium
Yeah, it finally worked after I posted this. I had to refresh five times.
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nathaniell Premium
I've had some hiccups starting yesterday.
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AriaNozomu Premium
I wonder what's going on. Maybe we're all just bogging down the server?
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Sultanturk1 Premium
I want to create a website to help people to solve their problems. Any suggestions please.
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Hyrum Premium
That is definitely the right idea! By solving a problem that people have, you'll be able to help them arrive to where they need to be. By thinking about problems that people you know have, I'm sure you could come up with a niche!
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PFaber Premium
Hey WAs! Is there a similiar Keyword search engine to Jaaxy for German keyword for example, because as far as I have tested, Jaaxy doesn't work for other langages than English, or does it?
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TammyRay Premium
Hi PFaber, I did a little research and I found Google multilingual search tool. I hope this helps and let me know if it did. Wishing much success.
Have an Awesome day,
Tammy
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Marko2306 Premium
Hey guys,

I was wondering if I for example find a keyword "simple home workouts" can I use this keyword multiple times in different posts? As you can tell the keyword is not too specific and I could write many different workout programs that fit under that category. How would you go about this kind of problem on your blog?

Thanks in advance,

Marko
http://highestselffitness.com/
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steveo5770 Premium
I would probably create one page with that keyword in the title. Then, you can give a list of examples with each one linking to another page on your site. Each of those pages can be more specific and detailed toward certain workouts.
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Marko2306 Premium
Ok that makes sense and I thought about that, but then I started to wonder how do I go about SEO for that initial page with keyword in the title? I understand how posts work (keyword in the title, keyword in first paragraph and then write your post naturally and maybe add another keyword depending on word count). Do I go about PAGE the same way?

Hope I was clear,

Thanks
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steveo5770 Premium
There is no difference between a "post" or "page" as far as SEO goes.
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Prello79 Premium
I believe this will really help me out. Thanks again Kyle.
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BervinJ Premium
Thanks Kyle,the info is very useful.
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MJohnson Premium
Another great video..................Thanks!
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kevgeick57 Premium
A great tool to add to my toolbox,Thank`s!
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mama2karsten Premium
Thank You very much kyle… very much appreciated. I have spent time there since the new updates were announced. I absolutely love this tool. :)
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HowardJaros Premium
Thanks Kyle! That video helped to clarify a few features that I was trying to use yesterday!
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Alan Hocking Premium
Love the new Alphabet Soup and Saved Lists facilities!
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JeanR Premium
Thanks Kyle. Great Update..
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scottyb2good Premium
Very modern and High Tech. Luv♥ it ! Scotty B ♫
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hildacbg Premium
Thanks Kyle. Bookmarked. Blessings!
Hilda
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judym Premium
Thanks Kyle, appreciate this!
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Kyle Premium
No problem Judy! :)
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Christabelle Premium
This is incredible and exciting! I agree that the alphabet soup is an especially great time saver!! Thank you so much for the upgrade and for this tutorial! :)
Christa :)
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Kyle Premium
Glad you like it!
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Luke Jr Premium
Jaaxy is great, but there's no CPC information. To find out the value of a particular keyword one has to go somewhere else.
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Kyle Premium
CPC comes and goes and varies based on so many factors that there would be no accuracy, there is no way to accurately capture CPC information. The best way to get a handle of this is to create an Adwords campaign and see what these bid prices are.
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nathaniell Premium
Love the new alphabet soup feature. I used to waste a ton of time in Google instant.
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Kyle Premium
Yeah, same here. Glad you like the new feature, it is going to save folks a ton of time. As we see research/keyword processes that can be automated within Jaaxy, we will continue to move forward with these features. :)
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