Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by iamlegend, Mar 23, 2012.
Hi friends i have a question is .co domains doing good ?..than .info domains?
I've no idea from a real-world standpoint, but I'd be very reluctant to go .co
I've seen a few websites advertise as .co and it just looks like the've forgot the 'm' at the end. Most webusers probably aren't even aware of .co so from that standpoint it can't be a good thing (yet).
just my thought.
yes i think so!!
i don't like co domains. overstock admitted they made a mistake by confusing customers by changing to o.co for their website.
wat about .info domains?
I'd prefer to get these TLDs in this order:
Depending if you're trying to get an EMD, I would try to add dashes or additional letters to the url name to get a .com if I can.
I've had some good experience with .co domains. I've ranked #2 for a 10k exact search term.
i think .co is better than .info, i have sites with .co and they rank well...
I have also had great success with .co's, very easy to rank, .info's are a pain to work with and are not worth buying.
type into google 'heartburn relief', and you'll see that they're just fine and dandy
I saw a commercial with GoDaddy trying to push .co and all the benefits of why its smart for a company to use .co, and that further cemented my stance against .co.
Anything GoDaddy promotes, I go the opposite direction.
Although, as wpbacklinks said, I find them to be way more reputable than .info
They do well just as com,net,org, google ranks them as international I know this because I own a few.
yes... .co doing well then .info .. go ahead
I have many .co's ranking very well in competitve niches.
But I agree do not by these above .com , .net, .org
My personal experience is that I have not seen any difference in difficulty ranking a .co as the more well known TLD's however many times it is about trust. Your average Jo will still look at .com's as the best option when searching the internet.
Using .co is better then using .info. As long as you have quality content and quality backlink, it won't really matter if you use .info or .co. Just make sure you go with Exact match domain.
as many people said, .co is far much better than .info
I came to know this recently after trying hard to rank a .info domain. But the thing is, quality content and good backlinks are the most important factors than choosing a .tld. Saying this, I do not mean choosing a proper tld is not important. Its important too
Separate names with a comma.