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Dashes in domain name?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by mindmaster, Feb 18, 2011.

  1. mindmaster

    mindmaster Elite Member

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    So new domain registration needed for my micro niche.
    Domain name is a 4words keyword like
    Code:
    chatnowfastone
    . The .com, .org and .net are taken. Only
    Code:
    chatnowfastone[SIZE="5"]S[/SIZE].net
    is vailable.

    My question is, should i go with the .net and the S on the end of domain name(which is related to my niche also) or shoul I go for
    Code:
    chat-now-fast-one.com
    with those dashes?

    Appreciated
     
  2. M1ndfluX

    M1ndfluX Senior Member

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    I would go with the s.com but 100 marketeers, prob a hundred answers ;)

    I like to keep my domains sharp. Dashed for me looks a bit second choise for my visitors, wich it is.
     
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  3. mindmaster

    mindmaster Elite Member

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    The domain+S is available only on .NET
     
  4. seeplusplus

    seeplusplus Power Member

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    Dashes are interpreted as spaces IIRC.
     
  5. M1ndfluX

    M1ndfluX Senior Member

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    I know ;)



    And yeah i meant the .net lol
     
  6. teeniegenie

    teeniegenie Supreme Member

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    In my experience google hates dashes and yahoo/bing likes them. Others will feel differently though I'm sure.