Jaaxy Keyword Tool Review

jaaxy keyword toolThe Jaaxy Keyword Tool Is Tested

This is the Jaaxy Keyword tool review that I want to share with you guys and unlike many reviews that you may find on the internet you should know that before I actually start promoting a product or program or service on the make money online anywhere site, has to actually work. I spend the money, test the tool or system and write my review based on my findings. I can then either recommend and promote the program or choose not to. This tool, the Jaaxy keyword tool, actually hits top marks in terms of performance and return on investment.

Those of us that market online for a living are always looking for tools that will allow us to maximize our efforts and effectiveness and from what I have found with the Jaaxy Keyword tool it does just that. I made the monthly purchase of the tool at the end of January, and put it into action right away.

Jaaxy Keyword Tool Provides An Edge For Competitive Keywords

The first key phrases that I came up with were “referral marketing programs” and “earn residual income online.” With the first key phrase, it may have been a phrase that I might target based on my normal keyword research activities. It got a significant amount of traffic and the phrase match with Google showed that just over 500,000 sites contained the phrase within the site.

The second key phrase however would not have been a phrase I would typically have chosen. When I typed in “earn residual income online” as a phrase match Google showed 1.26 million sites with that phrase within the site. This normally exceeds my parameters of 500k or lower. As stated, this is typically not the key phrase that I would have chosen, but the Jaaxy keyword tool gave me the “green light” to use it and…

…within 2 weeks I have achieved a first page ranking on Google for each of these key phrases. Am I number 1? Not yet and the post may not rank in the top 3 without a lot of concentrated effort, but I do know one thing and that is that the Jaaxy keyword tool works plain and simple.

The Jaaxy Keyword Tool Actually Works

If you, like me, are on the hunt for tools and products that actually work and that can actually contribute to your online business success then you are going to want to check out the Jaaxy keyword tool for yourself. The cost is $19 a month and is a monthly service that you have access to rather than a program that you purchase. In my opinion the $19 dollars a month is a very agreeable price since, as I stated before, this tool actually works.

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To find out more about the Jaaxy Keyword Tool, click on the link or the banner.

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Find Your Passion!

find your passionMy wife and I were watching some biography types of programs on Oprah’s OWN channel this weekend and I heard great line, well I heard quite a few good lines, from George Lucas, creator of the Star Wars saga. When asked how he knew what his passion was he stated, “When you sit down to do something at seven o’clock in the morning, you get hungry and you get something to eat and you realize it’s seven o’clock at night. That’s your passion.”

I don’t think it can get any better than that or more accurate. Learning to make money online or build a business on the Internet is not for everyone. It might not make sense that someone trying to promote a money making program like ZNZ One or the 5 Dollar Money Bomb may say something like this. I personally love the idea of having a business that I can work from anywhere in the world and it’s the driving force behind what get me out of bed…eventually gets me out of bed!

With that said, I can sit down in front of the computer, start writing an article or start doing my keyword research and start creating content for my blog and not even think about getting tired, or think of this as work. Look, I was a plumber for years and while I was grateful to have a career in a trade where there was always something to do, I got to the point where I just didn’t want to get out of bed and go to work. I would stay awake at night because I didn’t want to hit the bed, go to sleep and just have to get up again and do it all over!

For me, working on the computer is one of the most satisfying activities that I have ever done. I enjoy writing, I enjoy making videos and I enjoy research. Basically, I like everything involved in building a blog up and marketing it or a program that I am trying out. This IS my passion!

If you aren’t having fun folks, stop…stop right now and figure out what it is that you are doing this for. If this is work to you, ask yourself if this is what you want to be doing for the next few years. Would you do this without making any money from it? I love it, I probably would, but would you?

Finding out what it is that you love, what it is that you have passion for is one of those processes that can take a lifetime to find or can be something you know when you’re five. Whatever it is, whether you are eight or eighty, find your passion, find what it is you love. Remember what Confucius said, “Find a job you love and you’ll never work a day in your life.” Words to live by, now get out there and find your passion.

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How to Attract Blog Traffic

attract blog trafficOnce you’ve come online and created this awesome blog the next thing to do is learn how to attract blog traffic. For the most part this isn’t that big of a deal, but I use a lot of different methods to generate visitors to my blog. With that said, I can assure you that most of the techniques I use are free.

Reasons to Attract Blog Traffic

Now a few professional bloggers may likely come up and say that I’m far from being a “real” blogger and they may be right. More than anything else, I use my blog as a platform to promote different affiliate programs and as a review site for different money making programs, so the traffic that I generate are often times people that come by, check out a program and don’t return everyday and that’s fine.

I have been doing some things to try and change the stop by and check out a program crowd into a stop by once a week to check out what’s going on crowd by writing more and more articles surrounding “how to” types of subjects.

Attract Blog Traffic With How To Topics

These “how to” subjects range anywhere from article marketing to free methods to generate backlinks to a website. For example, “How to Attract Blog Traffic.” Hmm.

So I know a lot of folks are wondering how I come up with different topics in the first place, but I assure you that isn’t really that great a problem. There are many different sites that I check out, I’m an avid reader of a few blogs and I like to check out different forums to find out what people are searching out.

If someone wants to know how to do something and it’s within my own experience cache, then I’m more than happy to share what has worked for me. Pretty simple really.

Attract Blog Traffic With Articles

So, what are some of the ways we attract blog traffic? There are quite a few that I use like article marketing and this starts with one thing: finding the right keywords or key phrase. This can typically be done with a little simple keyword research. This is the one thing that MOST rookie marketers forget to do, but it is the most important skill that a marketer must master.

Once you find a good keyword or a key phrase to write about, it’s about developing a good article to post on your site. Once you write the article, at least 400 words, you will want to sort out all of your on page seo tasks. You will want to write a separate article for promotion purposes.

Video Marketing

You will also want to produce videos. This is an excellent way to generate traffic and not only that, but you can also set up your own YouTube channel and drive generate traffic through your video marketing as well.

Another good way to attract blog traffic to your site is by creating valuable and quality content. Remember that you probably aren’t the only person out there writing around your niche, so you will want to make sure that your information is a little bit, or a lot, better than the competition.

Attract Blog Traffic With Personalityattract blog traffic

Another tip is to write for human beings. Yes, it might not help in terms of getting great rankings with the search engines, but you are going to do a whole lot better creating a base of subscribers by writing with personality. If you are technical, write that way. If you have a strong sense of humor, don’t hide it. People connect with people, not with articles written by a robot.

Directories and Carnivals

Blog directories are becoming more popular, but these can be difficult to be accepted by, which is actually a good thing. At first you need to focus on creating a body of work and eventually submit your blog to one of the more respected blog directories. A good rule of thumb is to create one hundred posts before you submit your blog to a quality directory.

Attract Blog Traffic By Writing

Post often. One of the keys to keeping your readers interested in your blog is to update it quite often. Think of it this way, if the newspaper never changed the articles do you think people would continue to read them? Of course not. You need to think of your blog this way. Post every day, multiple times if possible. Give your readers a reason to stay interested.

Attract Visitors With An Attractive Site

If you want to attract blog traffic, make sure your blog is attractive. I’ve been one of the worst at taking this advice. One of the problems with some bloggers, including myself from time to time, is focusing on search engine optimization or SEO, rather than making sure my site was visually appealing.

While I still believe that you don’t have to purchase an expensive theme for your WordPress site, you do want to make sure that your site is attractive. When things look good, people remember it, it’s just human nature. We remember good looking and forget everything else.

Using the above tips will help you attract blog traffic and build your readership base. Learning how to build and attract blog traffic isn’t that difficult and having a large subscriber base will pay you dividends for years to come.

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On Page SEO: The First Step To Ranking Well

on page seoI love article marketing and part of getting your blog posts and articles ranking well on Google and the other search engines has to do with a few things including on page seo, but what is on-page seo exactly?

In a nutshell, on page SEO is nothing more than making sure that you post or article is optimized for the search bots from the search engines and there are specific items that you want to make sure that your post has in place so that your site will appear and hopefully will be more relevant than the next guy. When you are in the business of learning to make money online anywhere, this stuff starts to look quite important.

Start The On Page SEO Process With Good Keyword Research

With the proper on page SEO, I have seen my blog posts rank on the 1st page of Google and even the coveted #1 spot within hours of writing a post, so this stuff really is important. Now I do want to make clear that the most important factor in achieving good results with the search engines is still going to be your initial keyword research. This always seems to be such a hassle for some, but you need to learn it. If you aren’t interested in learning good keyword and key phrase research then just call yourself lazy or stupid and move on down the road, I have no time for you!

OK, let’s assume you’ve done your keyword research and you’ve found a few winners. Out of all of those phrases that you have found one in particular stands out and you decide that you are going to write a quick blog post and this is where the on page SEO starts. You’ve done your research and have enough info to write about the subject and you write a pretty good article about 500 to 700 words minimum. Good start.

Keyword Density As It Relates to On Page SEO

You want to make sure that your keyword density is somewhere around 1.5% to 2.5%. That means for every 100 words or so in your article you want your keyword or key phrase in the body twice. That’s fairly easy if you have found a key phrase that is easy to write on. Keyword density is the first element of on page SEO. Make sure your article reads well and doesn’t sound like you are forcing the key phrases in the article.

On Page SEO: Header Tags

If you notice this particular article about on page SEO, you will notice that there are sub-titles over certain paragraphs and they are highlighted in size and perhaps bold as well. These are called header tags and  you want to make sure that you have them:

  1. Inserted in the body of the article, and
  2. contain the keyword or key phrase you are writing about

If you are using the WordPress platform to write your blog, there will be a drop down box from the tool bar above the body text box. You will see header tags 1-6. For proper on page SEO you simply need to worry about an H1, H2 and H3 tag.

Generally, your title should serve as an h1 tag, but I would put one in the body of the article just to make sure that you have it covered. There is no order for this task, you may place the h3 tag first and the h1 tag last, just make sure they are in the article.

On Page SEO and Images

The search engines, and humans, like images so put some in your article. Generally speaking you can search the internet for images and you should be able to use them on your blog. There shouldn’t be any types of problems with you using images in a blog, but you should never grab an image online to place on a sales page, splash page or any other site you have created for commercial purposes.

When you have found an image that goes with your article simply insert it into the body of the article where you would like. With the WordPress platform you will be able to change the displayed title of your image and you will be able to set the alternate tag or “alt” tag to your key phrase. Images are a big deal for on page SEO and I usually do a little better when I put a couple in the article.

You can also make these images “clickable,” so you may want to inert a link back to your blog site or a different offer of some type. If you insert an external link to an opportunity program perhaps then you will want to make sure you make this a “no follow” link (see below for more).

On Page SEO: Inserting Hyperlinkson page seo

For proper on page SEO you will want to insert an internal link in your post. This link will go back to another page on your blog, perhaps containing just the main domain name. This link is a “follow” link which simply means that you don’t need to do anything other than place it within the text somewhere. I will generally try and use an anchor text that will relate to another page or post and insert the link that points to that post. I’ve heard that this will help out the other post, but I couldn’t tell you for sure.

For external links, may a link to an affiliate product or an opportunity program you are marketing, for on page SEO purposes you will need to make this link a “no follow” link. To do this you simply need to go to the html editor (click the HTML tag at the top of the text box in WordPress) and scroll down to where the link is which should start off with <a href=… If you place the following behind the “a” it will look like this:

<a rel=”nofollow” href=http://example.com>no follow link</a>

The no follow code you insert: rel=”nofollow” will automatically be placed in the appropriate location of the hyperlink and your on page SEO concerning this element will be complete.

Make sure you don’t forget to do this with those “clickable” images where you have placed an external link to.

On Page SEO: Bold, Italic and Underlines

One of the on page SEO techniques that some software like SEO Pressor use will be to bold the first key phrase, put the second one in italics and underline the third time the key phrase is used. This practice once upon a time believed to sort of act as a “look at me” sign for the crawlers to identify the key phrases and key words and draw attention to them. One way of saying, “this is a relevant article for these keywords,” sort of deal. Does it still work? Not sure really, but once again I use SEO Pressor and it automatically does this.

Plugins for On Page SEO

I’ve already mentioned SEO Pressor and this is a fine tool, don’t regret making this purchase at all. The single site license is $47 and the multiple site license runs $97 and probably still worth it for no other reason than it shows you how well you do your on page SEO by scoring your post. Good feedback until you learn how to do this stuff.

There is also a plugin on WordPress that you can use that will tell you how to optimize your page as well and this plugin is free (although you can and probably should make some sort of donation to the developer). The plugin is titled “WordPress SEO by Yoast,” and I would get this plugin and learn to use it if I didn’t want to make the SEO Pressor plugin mine with a purchase. This plug in works very well and will virtually do the same thing a premium plugin will do.

Ultimately, on page SEO is nothing more than learning a few elements and making sure that you use them when you write your blog post or articles. Good and consistent use of these on page SEO techniques will ensure that your blog posts or articles will stay at the top of the search engine results pages (SERP’s) and in turn provide you with plenty of free targeted visitors.

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