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Any penalty for keyword stuffed domain names?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by snarky, Mar 5, 2010.

  1. snarky

    snarky Registered Member

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    I've got a keyword phrase I would like to target:

    Dog training for really dumb and ugly dogs

    I was thinking that I would get a domain with the phrase in it. Is this a bad idea since the keyword is so long?

    www.dogtrainingforreallydumbanduglydogs.net (.com is already taken :p)

    Obviously I don't care about branding the domain, just SERP domination.
     
  2. jodys

    jodys BANNED BANNED

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    Bad idea. Name sucks on so many levels. What is the daily search count for that phrase?

    You want to make a domain and target a phrase that is searched by no one? Probably better get some better kw search information. You've done a hell of a job finding a long tail without competition but ignored the DS part of the equation. JMHO.
     
  3. snarky

    snarky Registered Member

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    My keyword is not dog training, or anything related to it. That was just an example I was using. KW research has already been done. 10k/month searches for exact match with little competition. Most of the competition is not optimized.

    My problem is that the keyword is a long phrase. I want to use it in the domain to give me an added edge in SERP, but am wondering if a long domain could work against me for google ranking.