Jaaxy Review – Best Keyword Research Tool?

The answer is YES but let’s write a 1545 word long article to prove it. :)

So, I’m obviously claiming that I found the best keyword research tool in the entire universe! Well first of all, it’s very unlikely that other galaxies did actually create keyword research tools so we’re basically down to our planet where there are A LOT of keyword research tools not to mention many saying they are the best keyword research tool ever invented! How confusing.

Below I’m gonna tell you the different criteria I used to find the best keyword research tool and then you’ll read my Jaaxy review. Yes ’cause in case you didn’t get it yet, the best keyword research tool has a cool, swingy name: Jaaxy!

I can’t say “and I tried them all” to support my statement that Jaaxy’s the best keyword research tool because I just did not try all the keyword tools out there but I did try some good expensive ones and some bad cheap ones and also some expensive bad ones so I hope that’s enough credentials to give a Jaaxy review!


So what on Earth allows me to say I found the best keyword research tool?

Well to keep this short, here are the criteria I based my evaluation on to determine what the best keyword research tool should be like:

  • Suited for affiliate marketers: keyword tools are for anyone doing internet marketing but as affiliate marketers, getting info on affiliate programs relevant to the keywords we target would be cool.
  • Gives datas that the Google Keyword Tool DOESN’T give: to be more specific, the datas have to come from Google but the best keyword research tool (on the planet) has to give more data such as how well we can rank if we target this or that keyword, etc.
  • Easy to use, tells whether a keyword is worth targeting or not: gathering and analyzing data is a pain. So it’s cool if a keyword tool can clearly say “go for this one” or “avoid this one” instead of letting us do maths. You can’t be the best keyword research tool if you don’t do the hard work for others, right?
  • Gives info on competitors: knowing our competitors before launching a campaign is let’s say… vital. So having a keyword research tool that shows what the competition is in the SERPS (Search Engine Results Pages, just in case…) for this or that keyword and gives the accurate number of competiting pages is priceless.
  • Not expensive! I don’t want to be paying $100/month for the best keyword research tool, yeah even if it’s the best. When we start outsourcing or investing in online tools to help our marketing efforts, they can quickly add up so it’s awesome when we find high quality tools that are inexpensive.
  • Has a cool name: I think that’s mandatory for the best keyword research tool.

I think these criteria (ok the 5 first ones) are pretty good to determine the best keyword research tool. I personally want quality over quantity. I remember using free keyword tools that could find thousands of keywords automatically which was totally useless as 95% of these keywords had an extremely low search volume.

What I’ve always wanted (marketing-wise of course…) is the best keyword research tool possible, meaning a keyword tool that “has it all” so that I don’t have to go on Google to check the number of search results and then analyse the first 10 competitors manually and then go look for an affiliate program, check if a domain name is available, etc. It’s time-consuming.

So the best keyword research tool has to be more than a keyword tool. And that’s what Jaaxy is. It precisely matches the criteria I mentioned above so that’s why I can say or shout or actually just write in bold letters that it’s the best keyword research tool. Now go buy it or die! lol

More seriously, as part of my Jaaxy review, I’ll show you below several screenshots of my Jaaxy account and a description of the different features so you can see what the best keyword research tool is really made of!


Jaaxy Review – Why Is It The Best Keyword Research Tool?

Ok I actually already gave the answer to this question like 2 lines ago but I think the real question here isn’t a question but an impulsive command the reader is burning to spit out which is “Give us some @#$%^& proof that this Jax thing is the best keyword research tool!“.

Right. So here’s a screenshot of what my Jaaxy account looks like (this image and the following ones on this page open full size in another tab when you click on them):

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Inside the best keyword research tool!


As you see each column provides very important datas that are the following:

  • monthly searches
  • estimated traffic
  • QSR (Quoted Search Results) that is often way lower than what Google tells you when you enter a keyword in quotes. An internet marketer trick to find the real number of competing pages (=QSR) is to display 100 results per page, then click on the last page and then, only then, Google actually displays the real number of search results (how insane is that, right?)
  • KQI (Keyword Quality Indicator): pretty awesome, it combines different datas and shows a green light for great, yellow light for good and red light for not good so that you know what your chances are to have a good ranking if you target that keyword.
  • SEO Power: a score based on traffic, QSR, and competition (scale of 1-100, higher = better).
  • Domain Search: in a click you can see if a keyword related domain name is available
  • To Do: in a click you can add the keyword to your to do list

Jaaxy does give a lot of valuable information on the different keywords it finds (hoping you’re slowly accepting it might actually be the best keyword research tool!). As you can see on the above image of my Jaaxy account there are several tabs. “Keyword Data” is the main one but there are actually 4 other ones that are the cherry on the cake (well Jaaxy is really a cherry pie, lots of cherries and some cream, that’s the recipe for the best keyword research tool!). Let’s not get distracted here. Ok so below are more screenshots of my Jaaxy account that show you the 4 other tabs.

Competition: shows you if there are some big authority sites on the first page of the results so you know if you have to beat some big guys or not.

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Jaaxy review - Competition tab


Website SERPS: shows you the search results just as they show up on the search engines (Google, Bing (lol) & Yahoo), you can have details of each competitor such as the title and description, backlinks, keyword density, etc when you click on “View Details”.

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Jaaxy review - Website SERPS tab


Affiliate Programs: they did it! This page displays affiliate programs you can join that are related to the niche/keywords you’re targeting. You have the details of the commission and can select different networks such as Clickbank, CJ, etc. This is one of the things that really make Jaaxy the best keyword research tool. I was happily surprised by this great feature.

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Jaaxy review - Affiliate Programs tab


Last but not least, the Brainstorm tab shows you the latest trends on different sites such as Google, Yahoo, Amazon products, Twitter, so you can see what people are looking for and jump on an hungry niche!

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Jaaxy review - Brainstorm tab


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Yes, it’s too much..

My Jaaxy review, on top of being an illustrated presentation with high quality clickable pictures (!), is also the place where I tell you what I think of it and even though I tend to think I made my point, let me repeat with a serious tone (I know you can’t hear that) that it is, to me, the best keyword research tool because I don’t need anything else to do my keyword research. In one place I can find keywords, niches, find products to promote, buy a domain name related to a good keyword and more! Isn’t that the definition of the best keyword research tool?

I forgot to mention that your Jaaxy account stores your searches in your account (“Search History” tab) so you can get back to what you’ve searched before, create keyword lists and to do lists. There’s also a training area with awesome videos narrated by a guy with a sweet Canadian accent who explains things very simply even if Jaaxy’s features are pretty self-explanatory.

Here’s a quick vid that shows how Jaaxy works in case my cute screenshots weren’t enough:


So all these things make Jaaxy the best keyword research tool. I hope I proved my point! Now I’m not sure what you plan on doing right now but if you want to check out the official Jaaxy site, go ahead! (you can actually try Jaaxy on the official site, hit the “search” tab and see for yourself!).

Thanks for taking the time to read my Jaaxy review and I hope your search for the best keyword research tool is now over. :)

Louise M.

Louise M. is a 26-year-old successful affiliate marketer and is specialized in copywriting and SEO. She blogs about affiliate marketing for newbies and believes in a simple, action-taking and anti-information overload approach of this business.

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  1. I think this is the best review of the best keyword research tool!
    I wanted to know whether Jaaxy showed backlink information on potential competition, which I now know it does thanks to you. When I subscribe to Jaaxy I will click on one of your links first ;)

    Ben 1 December 2011 at 5:30 PM Permalink
  2. Hi Benny!

    Thanks for visiting my site and for your little word inside WA :)
    Yes Jaaxy gives backlink information on your competitors. See this screenshot here http://coolaffiliatemarketingguide.com/wp-content/uploads/jaaxyserps1.jpg.
    You have the backlinks (internal and external) for a particular page (“Links On Site”) and the total backlinks for the website of your competitor.

    Let me know if there’s any more info you need about Jaaxy!

    Louise M. 1 December 2011 at 8:50 PM Permalink
  3. great review! a very detailed one, now I’m confused on what should I have in keyword tools..

    Xean 3 February 2012 at 2:26 PM Permalink
  4. Thanks Louise.
    Actually there is something question left in my head when I using Jaaxy. ( I used it at the trial period cos I can’t paid the monthly fee ). What I found that what is Jaaxy tell me is so different when I put that keyword in Google Search. When Jaaxy Say or reccommended for 96%, I try to insert the keyword in google and it have a big kompetitor in phrase.

    i want to ask question to Kyle but my trial period is over so I think it no advantage to ask the tools that I don’t use anymore.

    It is fine to find a keyword using google suggestion.
    By the way thanks for the e book you send me yesterday.

    It is good to have a friend that want to share their experiences.


    adhy at free product tips 6 March 2012 at 1:21 PM Permalink
  5. Hey there!

    Thx for your comment!
    The difference you noted between Jaaxy and the Google Keyword Tool is normal as the competition “bar” in Google only tells you how fierce your competition is if you do PPC (google adwords exactly). So that only shows if there are many advertisers bidding on that keyword. Although when Jaaxy “recommends” a keyword, it means the competition in the search results (natural ranking) isn’t difficult to beat. Hope that makes sense! :)

    As far as google suggestion is concerned, it’s something you can go for as it clearly means that a lot of people are looking for this keyword. Still if search volume data isn’t high on Jaaxy or Google KT, it usually means that the search volume peak is too recent and the data hasn’t been gathered yet. But I personally don’t (or rarely) go for keywords that show up in the google suggestions when they don’t have any high data in Jaaxy because it may be a very temporary search volume peak. So if you start a website or write an article about a “temporarily good keyword”, it might not pay off in the long run. I stick to data gathered other months and years by google (via Jaaxy) to make sure I’ll get traffic now and in a year from now.


    Louise M. 6 March 2012 at 11:44 PM Permalink
  6. Hi Louise, i like your review of Jaxxy. I have heard of it before but i never knew it also analyze competitors’ backlinks. By the way, i’ll like to know whether it also give you the page rank of competitors’ backlinks. Thanks.

    Henry 17 March 2012 at 8:33 PM Permalink

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