Discussion in 'Blogging' started by gangsta1, Jun 21, 2010.
Is it important (does it make a difference) to use .com or free .co.cc/.info domains with autoblogs?
i prefer .com for me is important for serp
best for investment
You can get ranked for almost any TLD but .com is definitely easier and takes less work than .info which in turn seems to take less than the likes of .co.cc.
Having said that i have sites with all those tlds on first page results for their keywords so i guess it comes down to how much the cost of a .com seems more than you value the time you will doing extra promotion for other tlds
Also keep and eye out for godaddy promo codes they regularly do 99c and 1.99 .com
Yep, .com is always the best, second choice would be .net or .org. With .info you'll need more time and more effort to get indexed/ranked.
That's right, if you can, get the .com, if not, then the .net or the .org, the .info, as others said will require more effort and time to get indexed but with the .info what you save is money, not much but i guess that if you want to build hundreds of autoblogs, then with the .info's you would be saving enough money to buy a couple of softwares like scrapebox, market samurai, etc.
As always, the crucial factor is how central is search engine rankings to your traffic strategy. If you are going for targeted traffic via SEO all the way, get a .com, end of discussion. If you are balancing efforts at maintaining rankings with a targeted links-based scheme for gaining visitors, info is just fine. If you are going BH with bots and Web 2.0 tricks guns blazing, it doesn't matter, use a co.cc or other free domain/subdomain.
.com you can sell for profit, .co.cc you cannot!
I hear .org has more value with Google - could just be a myth though.
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