How To Research Keywords for SEO: The Correct Way (Video Guide)

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Researching and finding relevant keywords may seem like such a daunting task to many. But honestly, this is not the case!

If you are a blogger/ writer/ internet marketer you are familiar with the importance of finding relevant keywords which will give your work authority in the highly competitive online world.

If you are just starting out and need help with keywords, please stick around. Let’s have fun learning about keywords research. 

Keyword research has never been easier! Introducing Jaaxy! Let me not waste your time with words.

Try out this amazing free keyword research tool  below…

What are keywords?

Specific words or phrases that people enter into search engines to get information. For example, “How to lose weight without starving yourself”, “Lose weight fast” etc.   


Notice on the google search results how close the keywords I input are to the actual results. 

Notice also common keywords in the majority of the results? “Without starving yourself”

That’s a very important string of words – Keywords!

Watch this video training on keywords

Keywords video training

Why are keywords so important?

See how the search results appear one after the other? That’s no accident or random. They are “ranked” by Google because they contain the most relevant keywords that were entered in the search.

The higher your website gets ranked in the search results, the better for you.

People will often click on the first few results they see. Most likely, they will buy from such websites. The owner gets money. That’s what we all want!

How to perform a proper  keywords research

#1. Use a powerful search tool that will give you vital data like Avg., Traffic, QSR, KQI, SEO, and Domains. Jaaxy does that, and more! It also gives you more keyword suggestions. 

Here is what the headings mean

  • Avg = average number of  searches for a keyword per month
  • Traffic = number of visitors to your website if it is ranked on the first page in a search engine.
  • QSR = Quoted Search Results = number of competing websites which are ranked by Google for the exact keyword. 
  • KQI = Keyword Quality Indicator: Green = great, the keyword is worth targeting. Orange = Normal,  just OK. Red = Poor = don’t bother.
  • SEO = Search Engine Optimization = score based on competition and traffic. The higher the score, the more likely your website to rank on the first page of search results. 
  • Domains = availability of domains (that you can buy) related to a particular keyword.

#2. A minimum average of 30 searches per month would be acceptable. 

#3. The QSR of 100 or less is good. It means there are 100 or less websites that yours will be competing with.

#4. Your keywords must make sense. When entering your keywords, pretend you are placing an order for food by phone.

You want the person at the other end to hear exactly what you want to avoid getting the wrong food delivered to you! The more articulate your keywords are, the better.

For instance, try using the  Jaaxy tool right now and search for “Hairstyles”; check the QSR and then, “Short hairstyles for older women”.

You will note that the second keyword string has a lower QSR, and therefore, most likely a profitable niche to explore.

Key-words are indeed keys into what your online business offers. Be sure to optimize your keywords and lots of people easily find your website. You know what that means! MONEY…

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