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Does Grammar Manner?

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by Nugget16, Jun 21, 2010.

  1. Nugget16

    Nugget16 Registered Member

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    I'm trying to get a domain name for something, but the proper grammar gives me some problems. Basically, I have a noun. Let's pretend the noun is theories.

    www.ethicaltheories.com is taken but www.ethicstheories.com is not. I believe the latter term "ethics" is a plural noun and not appropriately used as an adjective. Is it a bad or good practice to choose a name like that?
     
  2. Permat

    Permat Newbie

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    Please explain your problem.
     
  3. funkman

    funkman Junior Member

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    From my past experience, for site aged under some time like 6 months, or year, it does matter, but as you grew older and aim specific kw with domain that is, ofc, related, you should have solid result (one you wish for).

    If this is autoblog question, then someone else might give better insight.
     
  4. birdiebob

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    MaTTer? you mean ...? I found that the keyword domains have no particular order as you can see in the google external program results for your keyword research . proper ENGLISH ( so seldom used ) is imperative, a requirement, in order to develop trust with your American visitors. So have someone check the contents for you BEFORE you publish.
     
  5. Nugget16

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    Alright thanks. That's pretty funny that I made a spelling error in the title. My grammar and spelling is actually quite good. I'm more worried about the grammar in terms of the domain name. I can fix errors I find in the actual site quite easily.
     
  6. IcedCube

    IcedCube Junior Member

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    I'm not sure manners matter in grammar, but do correct me if I'm wrong.