Free Keyword Competition Analysis (Jaaxy)


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Struggling to rank in the search engines? Too much competition on your keywords? Can’t figure out how to analyze those keywords BEFORE creating your content?

What if I told you that you could know exactly how many competitors you have before you push content out for the world to read?

There are thousands of tools out there to analyze your keywords, determine how competitive those keywords are, and ultimately drive you to decide what keywords are worth targeting when creating new content.

The problem is that a large majority of these tools are so expensive!

If they aren’t expensive, you generally don’t get the type of analysis or quality of tool you are looking for.

You are probably looking for quality free keyword competition analysis. Well, there’s a solution for you.

I am going to share with you the exact same keyword tool that I use for competition analysis across all of my online business endeavors.

Before I just throw a tool at you without a little background, I want to discuss some of the benefits of understanding your competition.

Understanding Keyword Competition

So not understanding keywords and ultimately the level of competition you may experience when utilizing these keywords can hinder the success of your online business a great deal.

Understanding your keywords, how to analyze them, and ultimately how much competition exists for these keywords can also propel your business into a traffic and ultimately money making machine.

Keyword competition is an important element of your initial analysis when developing new content.

The first thing you will want to focus on when creating a framework for new content is keywording.

Keywords are the roots of your content.

Keywords are what search engines use to decide what your content is about, place you in their results, and ultimately contribute to your ranking in said search engines.

Since online businesses see true success when they have organic traffic, and since keywords will drive this organic traffic, your sales will directly be a result of the amount of time and effort you put into keywording.

You understand how important keyword research is… now why does the competition portion of your analysis really matter?

Keyword competition is directly translated as the amount of other websites that are competing for the exact keyword you are hoping to use.

This would generally be referred to as a QSR metric or “Quoted Search Results”. When you search in quotes, you are searching for that exact phrase within the quotes and nothing else.

This is an important metric.

It’s likely that there will be many different websites out there fighting for the top spot across keywords similar to the ones you are choosing to develop content around. However, you can easily rank in the top spot (with effective SEO practices) if you choose your competition wisely.

As with anything, a high quantity of competition lowers your chances of winning.

I’m a fan of friendly competition, but the fact is that your website probably does not yet have the authority or resources to develop thousands of articles per week or month.

There’s nothing wrong with that fact… I am probably in the same boat and I have two years of developing content and creating authority to boot.

The issue is that the huge corporations that push mass amounts of content out daily will likely rank for the simple keywords.

That’s why it’s important to analyze the competition before you decide upon your final keyword and ultimately your long tailed meta titles and descriptions.

Choosing an exact keyword to include in your content is important. When that exact keyword is searched, if you have targeted the keyword properly, it is likely that with a decent amount of authority you will land the top spot in the search engine rankings.

If you search any of my article titles in quotes you will see that I land in the first slot.

This is actually the case still even if you narrow down your search to just the keyword that I used in these titles.

For example, “keyword competition analysis” will likely return you right back to this very post, and it may have been what led you here in the first place.

This is because when I researched the keyword in quotes above the competition was favorable and the traffic was relatively high. These are both important metrics for ranking.

You’re probably wondering how I was able to know that I would rank for this keyword before even writing the content… well that’s simple and as a matter of fact…

You can do the same thing for FREE.

Jaaxy – My Favorite Free Keyword Analysis Tool

As mentioned in the beginning, there are countless research tools out there to help you perform your keyword analysis. However, they can be quite expensive and often times these keyword tools are lacking in features.

I’m not saying that the free version of Jaaxy has ten million different features to use… but we are here to analyze competition.

Jaaxy gets this job done no problem.

For a more extensive and specific review on the details of Jaaxy click here.

Jaaxy allows you to get results for the keyword you are searching and ultimately its QSR or competition level.

Generally speaking, you won’t want to attack a keyword with a super low traffic rating as you will likely never see anyone visiting your site.

The goal is to find high traffic keywords with low QSR, just like the one used in this article.

As you can see from my very own initial Jaaxy search result, this website is looking at a pontial 40 visitors per month if I take over the number one slot in Google or the other search engines (Yahoo and Bing).

However, there are only 155 other pages that have included my keyword in their content directly.

That means when someone searches in quotes for “keyword competition analysis” if I have more authority than the other 155 who have used this keyword in their meta title or description, I will probably win the traffic.

Although click through rating can vary quite a bit based on a few other factors, 155 QSR is low competition for a site with this kind of authority.

Depending upon your experience level, you can likely rank for the same types of keywords with very similar metrics.

I do suggest, though, that as a beginner you pursue traffic over 100 and QSR under 300.

The sites that are out of date that don’t develop quality content will quickly fall to the bottom.

The big secret is that while I can easily see my QSR with Jaaxy, I have many other features that allow me to search for other unlimited keywords for free.

This means I can search for all the variations of the keyword I plan to use and likely will draw trickle down traffic from these alternatives.

As you can see above, there is also potential to rank for “free keyword analysis” as it is included in the meta title of this article. It’s also a frequently used keyword woven naturally throughout this article.

If you are able to rank for multiple keywords you are able to combine QSR ratings and potential traffic to realize that the traffic you have the potential to drive is much greater than your final keyword choice.

Jaaxy is 100% free for the light version.

On top of that, if you are a Wealthy Affiliate member then it is built directly into the platform for quick and convenient keyword research.

If you head over to your Jaaxy dashboard you will receive all the perks of Jaaxy’s free membership including keyword lists, categories, analysis, and all of the other details I outlined in my Jaaxy review.

What are you waiting for? Got a keyword in mind? Great!

Give Jaaxy a shot for yourself:

If you enjoyed the results you saw using this tool, click here and sign up for a free Jaaxy membership today!

Think you’ve seen all the great things there is to see about Jaaxy and it’s awesome keyword competition analysis?

Think again… If you sign up for a free account, you will then have the ability to refer others to the platform and receive commissions for doing so. No purchase required.

Any questions about Jaaxy? Keyword research? Affiliate marketing in general?

Leave me a comment below or connect with me at Wealthy Affiliate and let’s talk more about the potential of your online business.

If you haven’t yet started your own online business, it’s simple! I can offer you an entire university dedicated to teaching you the exact steps that have built this site to what it is today. Simply sign up over at Wealthy Affiliate by clicking the banner at the very bottom of the page and I will personally reach out to you as soon as possible.

The best part, it’s also FREE!

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8 thoughts on “Free Keyword Competition Analysis (Jaaxy)”

  1. Thank you for this amazing piece of information, I find this highly informative and  an also an eye opener to the right way of going about getting a site ranked. I think keywords are very essential and they will help write the right contents. I do use jaaxy for my keyword search and I love it features. 

    1. Clement! Glad I could help. Site ranking is tough and constantly changing. I try to stay up to date with my content and keep you folks in the loop so that all of you succeed in all of your online business ventures!

      Keep up the good work. Glad to hear Jaaxy is working for you.


  2. As a premium member of wealthy affiliate, I must say that Jaaxy has been very helpful in picking the right keywords to use in promoting my blog. It’s very easy to use especially after undergoing training with wealthy affiliate. Knowing the less competitive niche would help you make better decisions.

    This is one of the many perks of joining wealthy affiliate.

    I’m just learning that it has a referral program, I think I’ll like to know more about that.

    Thanks for the write up

    1. Louis, 

      I’m glad to hear that you have already found Wealthy Affiliate and are taking full advantage of Jaaxy yourself. 

      The training at WA really does help tremendously with utilizing Jaaxy effectively. I always go for low competition keywords although I may be in a bit more of a competitive niche. It’s all about cornering the market and knowing what your readers are looking for. Jaaxy helps with that through keyword research and analysis!

      Definitely utilize the referral program as much as possible. If you click the “Wealthy Affiliate” link in the menu at the top of the page that will explain everything you need to know about the commission you can bring in for both Jaaxy and WA.

      Thanks for reading my friend!


  3. Thank you for the informative post, I really learnt great ideas from it, personally, I do use the jaaxy each time I am searching for a good keyword as it really breaks down all the required information about the keyword, like the traffic relate to that specific keyword,it makes it easy for someone to learn the appropriate keywords to use so as to come up with a favourable content to which will reach more people easily, I like the way it’s clear and simple to understand, I am sure to subscribe to your newsfeed to learn more about this and other related posts, thank you.

    From Joy.

    1. Hey Joy,

      Thank YOU for reading. I’m glad I could help you with your idea flow. Also very glad you have used Jaaxy and found it quite useful. 

      I do agree, Jaaxy is very easy to understand and simple to use. It gives you everything you need to know in order to get moving forward and create unique content that converts. 

      Awesome! I appreciate as many subscribers as welcome me. Keep up the good work.


  4. Dalton, 

    This is a great breakdown of Jaaxy, I appreciate you giving a good rubric of what to look for especially for a beginner like myself!  I also never thought about looking for ways to potentially use multiple keywords.  The charts and images you included were super helpful! How long does it usually take, on average, for your articles to get indexed and ranked after you publish?

    1. Hi Micah!

      Appreciate the kind words. I’m always here to help!

      Multiple keywords woven throughout articles can most certainly add value to your content and ultimately help with rankings as I mentioned. 

      It takes me about 15 minutes to index. Maybe less depending on the article and keyword. Ranked usually at the same time it’s indexed. 

      Usually if I hit publish, use Fetch As Google immediately and then go on about my social sharing… by the time I search the article in quotes it’s indexed at that exact moment and probably hitting page 1 for that keyword.

      If you click the link I shared above that should teach you everything you need to know about using that tool and ultimately getting indexed and ranked very quickly.

      Let me know if you have additional questions!


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