Different Domains For Different Keywords

Discussion in 'Link Building' started by EmpireQuality, Dec 10, 2010.

  1. EmpireQuality

    EmpireQuality Elite Member

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    Hello

    I plan on starting to rank for multiple keywords (regular and long tail) in my niche but I am wondering about something. For example: my site is called pureblankets.com

    I then did keyword research. Then I bought more domains for many various keywords (normal and long tail) in my niche since it is easier to rank if the keywords are actually in the domain name. Examples: puresoftblankets.com puresoftblanketsnow.com pureheavyblankets.com

    I want to rank all these domains for all the keywords that I mentioned above (1. pure blankets 2. pure soft blankets 3. pure soft blankets now 4. pure heavy blankets) but I want them all to simply be re-directed to my main site which of course is pureblankets.com

    Will this be a problem with G? Any information provided will be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks!

    Mods - Please remove this thread, I posted it in the wrong section by accident, I now posted it in Black Hat SEO. Thank you.
     
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  2. siudin

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    hmm maybe you right...
     
  3. EmpireQuality

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    What?

    This is not a good idea anymore anyway. It is much better having an authority domain.
     
  4. SimoGTR

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    Dude, fuck off back to DP!

    I would be really interested in this too, From the things i learnt about buying exact match domains its kinda messed me up a little because i can never concerntrate on one domain long enough to make it an authority site.

    The minute i start to move onto a new category in my niche i instantly want to look to see if i can buy an exact match domain to match it, but later on down the line i feel as tho these sites are not very strong by them selves and kinda wish i had stuck to one domain in the first place.

    Heard that domain redirection also hurts your rankings. I personaly think that buying a domain with your keyword in it and ranking that domain/subdomain over many other variations of your keyword will do you better off in the long run and to top that you should start feeling the authorityness! :D
     
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