How To Find Keywords For Your Website And Blog


 In today’s post I’m going to show you three of the best and most under-utilized tactics to help you find keywords for any website. However, before jumping right into the topic, there’s one additional tool, that you’re going to need to ultimately make this work.

Hence, by utilizing this approach, you will soon be amazed by the power involved with keyword research for your website.

The keywords you’ll be able to find will not only bump up your website rankings to the #1 spot on Google, but will become a technique that will allow you in levaraging any sort of website or content, for ages to come, regardless of any sort of Google Updates. Nonetheless, LET’S GET STARTED! :)

The first and only tool we’ll need to be using here, has already been embedded for you below. It’s one of the top free keyword finding tools online, not many are aware of!

Ok great, now that we have that, I’m going to go into the process of how we can utilize this tool further than you can imagine. Here’s the additional ingredient I’m going to need from you to make this work: The Niche of Your Website!

For example, what is the content you’re creating about. That’s really the only ingredient.

Now, it’s time to get cooking. What is your niche and content about and who would you like to target? Since, I have no clue, lets use a simple example, that will allow you to simply switch your websites niche, when utilizing my top-secret niche finding method!

Our niche example will be… “How To Effectively Write Great Content” Let’s Begin Our Keyword Research For Any Website!

Method #1: Alphabet Soup Technique 

Has a funny little ring to it doesn’t it? Well that’s because its one of the easiest in the books! Here’s how we’re going to use it. Let’s open up our on our website browser.

Now what we’re going to do is this.. Simply begin typing the first few words of your topic or title of your post, to start gathering some really unique keyword ideas.

What you can do is after writing the first few words, to begin typing letters of the alphabet to see what you come up with, just 1 letter, and then backspace, and go to the next. 

But the biggest benefit of Google’s ability in showing you these ideas, is the fact that it is giving out the most recently searched keywords and most popular keywords of all. This is what makes such a simple little process such as this, so incredibly powerful when finding great keywords for your website or blog! How To Find Best Keywords For Your Website Alphabet Soup Technique

How To Find Best Keywords For A Website

However, we’re not done just yet!

Our next step is to get into Jaaxy’s keyword research tool, as I showed you above, as implementing these newfound keywords into this tools will evaluate with 100% accuracy and certainty that your website will rank first on Google, no matter what!

Otherwise, you’ll be shooting from the hip, as expert marketers may have found these keywords already, and have utilized them into their “authoritative blogs or website,” as literally that is their job day and night! So, we’ll want to make sure that the competition is low, and the search traffic is High! Are you with me so far?

Hence, the next best step for you to take, is to literally just take any one of those keywords, and input them into the embedded tool above. You’ll then see something that shows you a green, orange, and red signal. The green signal means, use the keyword!

Now I’d like to show you two more methods, that I also like to use in conjunction with the Jaaxy keyword too implemented above.

Keyword Research Method #2:

Yahoo Answers (yaaahooo!) :) What better way than engaging visitors by utilizing Yahoo Answers. For many it has been the ultimate search tool for Yahoo Answer fans since the age of time.

The ability to ask a question, and have it answered, in less than an hours time. So here is what you do:

Yahoo Answers Keyword Technique

Make sure after you type in your topic or desired keyword, to click on “Search Answers.” Please don’t make the mistake of searching the Yahoo Web! That’s not the point here. The point is we want to see the latest yahoo questions that were asked in terms of your topic.

Now why would we want to do that? Well the simplest of answers would be because if you think about it, these people have most-likely already gone to the search engines, they’ve gone to Google, they searched for the term, and really couldn’t come up with what they were looking for.

Another possible answer is, they just LOVE YAHOO ANSWERS!

Hence, we can’t take the chance, so we must do as we did before. What is our next step guys? I know you haven’t forgotten already! :) Of course, Jaaxy!

So, right after you search Yahoo Answers you’ll get something that looks like:

Yahoo Answers Keyword Research Tool

As you will see, you’ve now found a plethora of subjects, that people need and want the answers to!

However, in order to appropriately target the audience, again we have to confirm we get a nice keyword using our amazing free keyword tool.

The last thing you want is to use a keyword optimized page for “How do you become a great blogger?” without the proper knowledge, of knowing whether or not, there are 5,000 other websites out there already answering that question for this particular keyword.

After inputting it into Jaaxy, what you’ll get, is a plethora of related keywords, specifically found to be the best and most optimized keywords for your website; keywords that have yet to be found, by anyone, other than you!

That alone my friends, is the most powerful keyword tactic in the book.

Keyword Tool Method #3:

In this method, we’re going to do something similar to method #2. Moreover, the only reason I’d really like to mention it to you, is for future use, as it is a very similar technique. But nonetheless, one to have noted down, as it’s always great to have a few methods under your belt at all times!

We are going to utilize here,

Simply go to eHow, do the same thing we did in Yahoo Answers, and search for your keyword topic. I recommend this method just as much as the previous methods above.

Again remember, what makes these methods so powerful is essentially the backbone of our keyword process here, Jaaxy. Without our final keyword assessment, any keywords we might grab, may ultimately be useless. Therefore, make sure to use a keyword tool that can properly assess the success of your website!

Although, my #1 recommendation is Jaaxy, maybe you already have another tool in mind that you’ve been better accustomed to. Hence, if you already have a high-featured keyword tool that best suits your need, then by all means go with that one.

In my opinion, however, I feel Jaaxy’s ability has become an essential tool for content creation.

Guys, as always, thanks for reading.

Please remember to leave any questions, comments, or concerns below, and I’ll more than happily get back to you! I hope you enjoyed this, and hope it proves just as powerful and helpful to you.

Many thanks!

Peter G.

About the Author

Peter G.
Hi I'm Peter. I'm 29 years old and I'm a Uconn graduate who finally found his way through life by becoming a full-time affiliate marketer. I enjoy trying out new things and believe there's no greater satisfaction than being able to make money on your own time!

12 Comments on "How To Find Keywords For Your Website And Blog"

  1. I am on in the Internet to find the ideas to build a niche website. By chance, I find this site, this article is plenty full of ideas to build a niche.

    Thank you for this article.

  2. This is a very systemic way of coming up with keywords ideas. I particularly love the alphabet soup technique because it gives me the top four common phrases that people would search in relation to my content idea. I could also check for grammar mistakes as I am typing the search.

    I didn’t know about Jaaxy though. Does it provide free trial? Thank you.

    • Hi Cathy!

      Yes, Jaaxy sure does give you 30 free search trials. The free trial alone helped my website gain the necessary traffic to become a more authoritative website, than what it would have become otherwise.



  3. Darrell Dickinson | August 16, 2014 at 8:49 PM | Reply

    Hi Peter, You have written a very complete review for the Jaaxy product. I use Jaaxy, and I’m here to tell you that finding quality keywords without Jaaxy would be a crap shoot.

    • Hi Darrell,

      Appreciate you backing me up. Between you and i, I’ve had a couple people register for Jaaxy these past few days.

      They happened to love it so much, they upgraded without hesitation. Hence the reason you’ll be seeing
      even more posts dealing with Jaaxy on the website around here haha.

      Its just so legit, and with all the additional tools being provided, that I have yet to mention, has made it
      a no-brainer!

      Just today I found out the ability to find your page rank in Google for absolutely any keyword optimized for your
      website, and I found just recently, that a keyword I’ve been ranking for in the past week alone improved by like
      4 or so pages and is now ranked 1st on the 1st page of Google.

      Talk about SEO at its most simplicity!!!

      I’ve been so excited, as Jaaxy has placed me on a brink of success, in under a month :)

      Best of luck Darrel!

  4. Dustin Garness | August 15, 2014 at 5:14 PM | Reply

    Peter, could you tell me a little more about Jaaxy? I know you mention it a bit in this post, but I’m not entirely convinced of its accuracy and how it can be of more use to me than the Google Keyword Tool.

    What sets Jaaxy apart from the competition and why should I spend money for keyword research?


    • Sure! First, thank you for reading this post, and hope you enjoyed it.

      I can see the hesitation in using Jaaxy, as there is a lot of fuss these days in regards to ranking content. I’m not sure if you read my other page but this may help show and better summarize what Jaaxy does ( If you compare this to Google, all you find out is the amount of traffic that keyword is getting, but what you don’t know is whether or not you can rank on the first page of Google for that keyword.

      The real magic lies within Jaaxy’s algorithm in which its purpose is to find tons and tons of keywords that are worth focusing your efforts upon in order to rank, where as Google will find keywords that are merely relevant, and nothing more. If your keyword was say for example “affiliate marketing”, Jaaxy will go out and let you know which keywords to use by metrics of SEO Power, QSR (# of precise competitors), estimated amount of traffic you’ll receive by utilizing, and a Green light letting you know, that this keyword is for the taking! (by mere evaluation of traffic and competition metrics, you are thus given an upper advantage with your all of your content)

      Jaaxy gives you 30 free searches just to try out Dustin, which I highly-recommend utilizing! Let me know if you have any other questions regarding Jaaxy, and I’ll be more than glad to help! :)


      Peter G.

  5. Great article Peter!

    I have used Jaaxy myself and have found it an amazing tool!

    The alphabet soup technique sound complete genius, I will be using that for my keyword research going forward!

    Cheers John

    • Awesome to hear John!

      So true, I have no idea where my website would have gone without it.

      Thank God for Jaaxy.. It’s easily the most effective keyword research tool and makes searching for keywords an absolute breeze. Utilized with the alphabet soup technique makes it all the more powerful.

      Thanks for your input John!
      Glad you enjoyed the article :)

      Peter G.

  6. There’s some awesome techniques here for finding keywords and I will definitely be trying them out for myself, so thanks!

    The Jaaxy keyword tool sounds like an amazing tool to use for anyone wanting to find keywords quickly and easily. I will give it a whirl!

    Cheers, Neil

    • Anytime! Jaaxy’s Keyword Tool surely takes the number one spot in my book, and I can’t highly recommend it enough. It will prove wonders to gaining excellent traffic to your website.

      I’m happy you’re giving it a whirl haha! Make sure to come back and let me know how it goes, have fun, and best of luck :)

      Peter G.

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