One-Click Keyword Editing with Jumbo Keyword

We all know about the importance of keywords to Internet marketers. It can be a very time-consuming process to go through all that research and testing, trial and error. It can be a lot of work, so any help in the right direction can be very much appreciated.

While Jumbo Keyword won’t be able to provide you with lists of highly profitable keywords, it will be able to streamline the process of generating your AdWord campaigns. Over the course of this review, you’ll learn some of the cool benefits that you can gain from using this online tool.

What Is Jumbo Keyword?

If Jumbo Keyword isn’t there to generate keyword suggestions or provide you with important statistical data, what exactly does it do? Checking out the About Page, we learn that Jumbo Keyword is a web-based software application that can help you create, manage and edit thousands of AdWords keywords quickly and easily.


There are over 70 of these text editing functions available through Jumbo Keyword. When you submit your list of keywords to Google for an advertising campaign, they have to take on a certain format. If you want to target an exact phrase, you need to format your list accordingly. This is similar to using Boolean-style queries in many search engines.

This keyword management tool is completely web-based, so you won’t have to install or save any data on your home computer. It’s all hosted by Jumbo Keyword.

Utilizing the Tool with One-Click Actions

Hitting the Editor Tab on the Jumbo Keyword website brings up the main keyword editing tool. Along the left side of the screen is a list of one-click actions that you can use. These are broken down into three tabs: basic, advanced, and ad-maker.


With basic, you can format your keywords (entered in the text section on the right) to become exact matches, phrases, negative matches, and so on. For example, if I put freelance writer in the text field and hit the first button, I would get three rows of keywords with freelance writer, “freelance writer“, and [freelance writer]. The advanced tab has, well, more advanced actions that you can take.

Generating AdWords Advertisements


The third tab under “Editor” is the ad-maker. This tool can be used to generate your specific AdWords advertisements, providing fields to enter your headline, description lines, display URL, and destination URL. This is all quite straightforward and easy to use.

Privacy and Confidentiality Come First

Since keywords really provide for the livelihood of so many Internet marketers, it is understandable that these seem marketers guard their keywords with their lives. They want to keep these keywords secret, because they don’t want other marketers to dig into their competitive edge.

Since Jumbo Keyword is completely online, some users may be concerned about the relative privacy and confidentiality of their data. While there is no real guarantee, Jumbo Keyword creator Michael Wong says that any data entered into the web app is immediately processed and displayed. “The web app does not keep a copy of the data or results, nor do I secretly spy on you.”

How Much Does Jumbo Cost?

While it may not seem like too complex of a web application, Jumbo Keyword could probably demand some kind of fee. However, that’s not how this works. Instead, full access to the online web tool is 100% free. You do not need to sign up for an account, provide an email address, or anything else. Just hop on the site and use it.


So, how does Jumbo Keyword make money then? It is ad-supported. There is a page with a list of affiliate products and text-based ads for these products scroll across the top of the page when you are using the Editor tool. They’re unobtrusive thus far and Michael Wong promises that he won’t “go mad” with ads.

If you’re only dealing with a small handful of keywords, I don’t think that Jumbo Keyword is going to save you very much time when it comes to processing your ad campaigns. However, if you’re dealing with hundreds or even thousands of keywords at a time, a one-click macro to format them to your specifications can save you from the monotony of manual editing.


27 thoughts on “One-Click Keyword Editing with Jumbo Keyword”

  1. Paulubiadas says:

    I thought that you are selling something!

    The moment I have read “Free” then I realized that this is a competitor for google adword tool.

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    1. Avon Blake says:

      He IS selling something! He’s always selling something!

      1. Jake Stone says:

        No he is not, he is helping us.

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  2. ms danielle says:

    it looks like it’s only useful for editing kw formatting, which can be done in a word doc using find/replace, or in excel using sorting features. has anyone used this to build any groups?

  3. Effective way of Increasing Google AdWords Productivity & Profits. Thanks a ton for sharing John.

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    1. The review waas written by Michael Kwan not by John.

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      1. Lee Ka Hoong says:

        Oh I see, I never realized the author name. I thought this was written by John. 😀


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  4. Rachel says:

    It’s just like using AdWords Editor, although I have to admit that the “delete space & change keywords to domains” button is nice – I won’t have to download keyword lists from Google and mess around in Excel anymore. This will make finding available keyword domains (using GoDaddy’s Bulk Domain feature) easier and faster…

  5. Laura says:

    Free?? A Keyword tool… That alone is worth checking.

  6. diabetes man says:

    I read your article carefully because a lot of very useful information that I get, thanks a lot

  7. Awesome. Thanks for the info, I’ll check it out right now

  8. Bati says:

    Just useful for bloggers who have google adwords.I don’t have google adwords so i only could give it up

  9. Dan Mihaliak says:

    Great tool. We can always use tools such as this to increase our revenue.

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  10. looks like a cool tool for people with adwords to maximize their potential.

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  11. Looks like a great keyword tool. I’ve been interested in a more powerful keyword tool like this and it seems to be getting great reviews.

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  12. PV Reymond says:

    Hi John,

    This is a great tool, it can save you time and effort. I’ll give it a try.

    Thanks for sharing it.

    ^PV Reymond

    1. Michael Kwan did the review, not John!

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  13. Dean Saliba says:

    Sounds like a keyword program that even I could be able to use easily.

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  14. Can’t hurt to check it out. I’ll do that later.

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  15. Rick Vaughn says:

    Thanks for the heads up John. How much are they paying you? Only kidding!

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  16. fas says:

    Looks like making a keyword research site is quite profitable nowadays. Gives me some ideas, LOL.

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  17. Good tool to use for the adword campaign. I need to go and see how it works. Thanks Michael.

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  18. Glad that it’s free. I thought it was gonna cost quite a sum of money considering it has so many functions.

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  19. Free Movies says:

    Really very good and interesting tool.Basically i use google tool for it but now i will trying it.

  20. Hasan says:

    Tanks for the post, Getting our keyword #1 rank in google needed hard effort, I still learning to optimize it..

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  21. Michael Zhao says:

    Nice! But I’m still at level1…well, not even at 1…maybe point 5…I’m coming up John…I’m coming up!

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  22. This one is sounding really great tool and I am sure this one will be beneficial.

    Thanks god now we can compare Google adwords keywords and will be able to get the perfect and correct idea as well.

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