Web Hosting and SEO Keyword Search Tool in One

Updated: January 1, 2018
by Ray Alexander

Web hosting and SEO keyword search tool are two different things but there are times that both tools are needed simultaneously while writing a blog. You come up with some new key phrases during the composition process and want to check whether they're SEO friendly or not. It will be good if you can have a quick check within your control panel, without having to open your SEO keyword search tool separately, won't it?

Web Hosting and SEO Keyword Search Tool in One

A keyword tool Jaaxy is now integrated to Wealthy Affiliate (WA). So basically the WA dashboard that we thought had everything already has added another convenient feature. You build your websites from there, buy domain names and set up your emails, start writing articles... If you're not sure of any of that, just ask the experts by raising a question or join the live chat from the same dashboard. And now you can also do your keyword search.

WA already has its basic keyword tool (can also be accessed from the dashboard) but Jaaxy is much more advanced, instantly giving you score-based results and other keyword suggestions.

It's great for a scatterbrain like me.

Yes, you should be a little organised and research the keywords either before you start writing an article or after you've completed a draft. I do my research before I start, but I often come up with a second thought while writing, "is this keyword really right for this post?"

Jaaxy quick research

When that happens I can simply pop back to the WA dashboard and do a quick re-research using Jaaxy. It will come up with a small window with summary result, which is good enough, but the full report such as ranking factors or competitors' sites can be viewed by a click of a button - Jaaxy site will open up in a new tab.

Jaaxy search results

Another good thing about it is that, once you've saved your Jaaxy account detail in the WA dashboard, it's always there ready for an instant keyword search. You don't have to log in every time. It really only makes sense Jaaxy is sat within the WA, because the same support team takes care of any technical issues. Of course you don't have to be a Wealthy Affiliate member to be a Jaaxy user, but if you are, you can take a full advantage of all the conveniences.

I personally find this combined feature very useful. Join Wealthy Affiliate to start monetising your websites, and try the advanced SEO keyword search tool, Jaaxy with 30 x searches free.

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Ray Alexander

Hi! I’m Ray. Over the past 15+ years I have been involved with web designing, programming and online marketing. I work from home and have a passion for exploring new tools, services and programs in order to make money online. I’m here to help you succeed in building a profitable business by sharing my experiences. Any question, don’t hesitate to ask!

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  1. Hi I’m Dominika, can u make money with wealthy affiliate good please. I’m sick of receiving too many invitations none of them work. I must pay but they never tell me in the beginning. Thanks. Dominika

    1. Hi Dominika, thanks for your comment. Like anything else, you need to receive a training before you can start making money online. So most likely you need to invest some money in the beginning (e.g. for a training course).

      I make money “with Wealthy Affiliate” and you can, too. You can join free, but again you need to become a premium member to learn the technique in order to start earning a good income with your niche marketing website. Take a look if you’re interested. Any more questions, please don’t hesitate to get back to me. Thanks for your visit!

  2. I’m a scatterbrain also lol!
    Yeah good if everything can be operated in one screen. I use thesaurus a lot, and it’d be good if that was in my dashboard.

    Is it mobile responsive?


    1. Hi Darren, thanks for your comment! Neither of Wealthy Affiliate nor Jaaxy is mobile responsive. It’s all about content writing, so it wouldn’t necessarily make sense if the platform went completely mobile friendly, though I think they’re planning it in some of the features. It wouldn’t make sense right now because if you were to build your website using a mobile, you should be making sure it’s desktop responsive also.

      Thesaurus! Good idea! 🙂

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