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Brandable .net domains

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ramnath, Nov 21, 2012.

  1. ramnath

    ramnath Regular Member

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    SEO now is a lot different now ..

    EMDs are not so efficient now ..

    SO you need to have a brandable keyword domain to get reputation on that niche ..

    I think the way i thought could be a solution ,, or some where near to the solution ,

    NOW THAT .COM AND .NET are not of very big difference when it comes to SEO ..
    Only problem is .net domains could become a sub ordinate one when .com comes live ..

    But themeforest.net like sites comes to my mind to think otherwise ..

    We can go register domains with extension .net or .or with the brandable domains sold online .

    EXAMPLE : http://www.brandbucket.com/

    These domains are too much in cost .. And they do not get sold as often .. within which we could rank better than .com domains ..

    THINK THIS WILL WORK .
     
  2. ramnath

    ramnath Regular Member

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    Anyone comment if it is worth doing :)
     
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    ramnath Regular Member

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    Bump !!
     
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    rasmusk Senior Member

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    Sorry what?:)
     
  5. cameltoe

    cameltoe Registered Member

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    absolutely depends on your financial situation I'd say.
    I'm not sure I understand your question though.
    Brandbucket seems to have some nice domain names - at least I have that impression - but it could also be due to the fact that they already put a logo next to it.

    You may be able to find a nice brand domain by letting generators turn up someting i.e. at http://www.company-name-generator.com/ or namestation.com.

    A .net domain can be fine too. It really depends on what you want to do with it.
    Looking to make a large business out of it? With multiple sites? Then you may want to have the .com as well...